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a reply to: pigsy2400
Some of Ben Richs statements have been hijacked and blown out of proportion by ufology to prove a point. It's a lie that has been repeated ad infinity and the more it's repeated the more people accept it as truth.
originally posted by: MrRussell
originally posted by: coursecatalog
Also why did Medium take down that KK article about Firmage and Pandolfi?
It's still up, if people haven't read it yet.
I would like to start by soliciting the writers opinion on the NIMITZ TIC TAC encounters in 2004 off the coast of San Diego. And end by telling him mine. What did highly experienced radar operators and aircrews track — with multiple ships SPY-1 radars, advanced avionics, as well as visual observations?
The objects (over 100 total) displayed flight characteristics reportedly highly anomalous, so is it worth asking the question — just what were/are these highly capable, and apparently ‘aware’ objects in our skies? And if the question is worth asking, how would the writer recommend paying to have the phenomenon studied and who should study it? Or is it better to save the time and money and simply ignore the phenomenon? Please know I’m mostly apolitical and not a fan of Harry Reid’s either way, but shouldn’t somebody be interested enough in this subject and speak out about it? I for one admire and support Harry Reid’s courage doing so.
The Kal article I took note of at the time. Two particular responses to the article are intetesting. Kevin Day and Dr Jack Sarfatti.
originally posted by: beetee
a reply to: ctj83
I think it is quite obvious to anybody, whether one is interested in the ufo mystery or not, that no government will fail to investigate things that fly in their airspace.