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originally posted by: pigsy2400
"...If you only knew that all the while I was sitting in the Captain’s seat during the biggest event to ever happen to mankind. #Confirmation.”
If he wants credibility then he needs to tone down his rhetoric and gush a little less.
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Whats interesting about that is they could use data such as that in many different ways. Sell the data to aerospace companies, so they can track if any black program aircraft have been sighted or "adversary" aircraft. But also locate the "experiencers" themselves and get their data and location.