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"Wow, it sounds like this dude knows his stuff! And loads of people behind that stuff!!!...
Wow, BIG revelations on the horizon!!!
... which never occur...
Hmmm, I wish he'd slow down a bit and take a chill pill... More revelations around the corner...? Really?
... annnnd NOTHING...
Where does he get this crap from?... Hmmm....
I don't think I can listen to that jabbering gob and superfluous garden-gate GOSSIP anymore...
Oh, # off!"
originally posted by: SacredLore
a reply to: Hyperboles
The terahertz frequencies that TomDeLonge mentioned will cause the formation of a Polariton in a metamaterial with the required properties. That in turn will cause an antigravity effect (negative mass).
It seems that at least one of the examined metamaterials can produce Polaritons.
But I agree with you: No proof.
If this is for real, it would be one of the biggest technological breakthroughs in mankind's history.
Why this should not pique our interest is beyond me.
Here is the TTSA team showing the UFO on a larger-than-life screen in either a display of either extreme incompetence or some kind of intelligence community psy-op:
The still image of the so-called "white tic tac UFO" was screened during a major conference when former US government and military insiders were brought to together by former Blink 182 singer Tom DeLonge for his new alien research group To The Stars Academy.
The photograph was shown during an October 2017 presentation by academy member Chris Mellon, who served for almost 20 years in the US federal government in a series of national security positions.
Its use appeared to suggest the image showed the "Nimitz UFO" encountered by a US Navy crew off the coast of San Diego in November 2004.
The UFO, which was also captured on Navy radar video camera, was said to "defy the laws of physics" in its movements.
With a large version of the still image behind him on a screen, Mr Mellon told reporters: "Clearly this is not a US experimental aircraft, but whose is it?
"How did it accomplish these feats?
The quality of shows on the history channel varies. UFO Files is an American television series that was produced from 2004 to 2007 for The History Channel.. That series was generally good. It tried to view UFOs through a balanced approach.
Landing a show on the History Channel is also an achievement, I find.
Yes, discussing "God" and "spiritual enlightenment" probably wouldn't get much funding from the DoD Maybe we really need a science of the spiritual to understand certain aspects of UFOs. I don't see why the scientific method could not be applied to telepathy, OOBE, life after death etc. Indeed, some people have tried and they seem to have come to relevant results. But these subjects are always the target of ridicule. I believe they are real. Do you know about metaphysical sciences that have "reproducible results", i.e. can bring the subject out of the domain of mere opinion into the realm of science? Personally, from UFOlogy, I was only hoping for better technology that would buy us more time as a civilization. And maybe a minor paradigm shift that would help people break free of old and overcome solutions that have brought us on the brink of self-extinction.
I never said they were lying, and that's not what I think.
originally posted by: SacredLore
It comes down to trust in people. I just don't see why Fravor, Elizondo and others would lie. But indeed, I may be wrong in the end.