posted on Apr, 26 2004 @ 05:54 PM
I used to love the phillidelphia experiment stuff. But the more you look into it rationally the more you realize how flimsy the evidence is.
Carl Allen AKA Carlos Allende is supsect at best. there has never been one proven witness that was on board the ship at the time.
If indeed it ever happened.
This does not mean that time travel isn't possible, who knows. But the U.S. Navy in 1943 did not set out to send a ship through time. Like another
poster stated, it was for radar invisiblity. Again, if it happened at all.
I remember reading one article long ago that stated something like (paraphrasing) the experiment was ready to go, they had the generators all hooked
up. there were subs ready to "Ping" the ship to see if they could get a sonar and radar stations waiting to get "blips". But they forgot to take
into consideration that the ship was sitting in the ocean a massive conductor of electricity. When the fired up the hull of the ship, the now
magnetised/electrified hull reacted with the salt water of the ocean and that's when all hell broke loose."
Like I said, paraphrasing, but that's my favorite phillidelphia story.
I don't mean to rain on anyones parade, but the Montauk stuff is very suspect and there is absolutely no proof that the experiment or subsequent
melded bodies and also the now infamous bar fight ever took place.
The philledelphia experiment is not a hoax, just urban myth.
Oh, and the reason the office of Naval intelligence is in charge of UFO's is because of their experience with submarines. Anything that can travel
through the vacummn of the ocean can travel through space and of course vice versa.