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originally posted by: horatio321
originally posted by: DanteGaland
They DONT use implants. That's ... so ignorant.
"They" can use quantum entanglement to monitor you at the subatomic level from ANYWHERE.
These "implants" are something humans would dream up. NOT "aliens". Why do people assume they would use something similar to what WE would use?
Your approach is in line with my thought process. The test results need scientific scrutiny but if they are to be found viable , it is a big piece of “proof” in the big puzzle that is ufology.
Jesus, they have FTL craft and artificial gravity...and yall think they need to tag us like cattle?
Mmmm. Interesting hypothesis.
Humans do indeed use implants. One turned up in our local Chinese Restaurant, served in a meal - in what was supposed to have been chicken - it hit the headlines!
Humans can land probes on Mars, fly at hyper-sonic velocities, cut things to ribbons with Lasers. Yet here we are in 2018, where cars still burn oil, my bus travels at less than 25mph and when I need to cut my nails, I use nail clippers - not lasers.
To sum up.....I think "ignorant" comes across as a bit strong, especially on page 1. Crikey.
I like the thread - thank you OP. It's a really interesting subject. Those reports lend credence to the extracted material not just being metal shrapnel, welding accidents, car accidents and such-like - well worth discussing.
If the material extracted from patient 17 went straight to the lab and the results are for real - then it opens up a pandora's box.
Obviously, there's the whole 'prove that the material tested is what REALLY came out of the patient'.
"During this same time period, Anderson and Moore were dealing with Steven Colbern, who was a federal fugitive. Anderson sold Colbern .50 and .308 caliber ammunition by mail. Astoundingly, it was Anderson who now took it upon herself to personally introduce Colbern to Timothy McVeigh. Following Anderson's introduction, McVeigh and Colbern became friends, and, according to McVeigh, conducted bomb-making experiments in the summer of 1994 in the Arizona desert near Kingman. No charges were ever filed against Anderson or Moore over their weapons and ammunition dealings with convicted felons Goldberg and Colbern, or for any other state or federal offenses. Like many persons associated with Timothy McVeigh, Moore and Anderson seem to have been from prosecution."