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..I do believe that little green men were behind the UFO events of the summer of 1947, but not aliens from other planets, rather the type of little green men that I remember playing with as a young child – plastic toy soldiers that I sent to battle in my back yard. Except in this story, real life military members were the orchestrators; all of them battle hardened from World War 2 and willing to do anything to prevent another World War.
Extraterrestrial (ET) UFO proponents and enthusiasts will balk at this theory - after all they believe that Roswell is the most researched ET UFO event in human history and the official paper trail of Government documents they have uncovered and the sworn affidavits of first hand, second hand and third hand witnesses they have collected, all lead to their diehard conclusion that visitors from outside our planet crash landed in the desert outside of Roswell.
I discount the alien crash theory because at its core it is based on anecdotal evidence collected decades after the fact and it is a hypothesis that is not subject to the scientific tenet of falsifiability – that is for a theory to be proven, there must be a way to disprove it as well.
If your mind is already made up on which theory makes the most sense to you and you don’t feel an alternative explanation can be considered, then read no further and pass this book on to someone else. But if you have an open mind and are willing to entertain another plausibility, then please read on and I will do my best to keep you focused and engaged.
With the vehicle in the right orientation, the bomber would hit the thicker lower level of the atmosphere with its flat bottom as it lost altitude, then skip back upwards like a stone skips on a calm pond. Skipping off the atmosphere like this, the bomber would develop an oscillating gliding flight path as it slowly lost altitude
...Planting stories in the press that some of the discs were erratically out of control and “crashing” to earth or into the ocean highlighted their experimental nature – with the Chief of the Army Air Force personally reviewing the experimentation under way. But when one disc “fell short” of its target on a ranch in New Mexico and was recovered by local military authorities, the “captured” disc caught the attention of the whole world – just as the deception planners intended.
In summary, each member of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff knew firsthand the value of employing deception during war time and it is my hypothesis that in early 1947 they authorized via Joint Security Control’s new charter, the use of deception during peacetime. In addition, each Chief played a role in the deception, with the starring role played by General Carl Spaatz. But there was other Army Air Force brass that also figures prominently in the Roswell Incident and their whereabouts are equally important to analyze....
“Joint Security Control was the ultimate arbiter and veto authority for publicly releasing ANY information that could have been of value to the enemy – whether that was secret experimental aircraft, nuclear monitoring balloons, or the crash of an extraterrestrial craft.”
“Military secret of the United States of America, Army Air Forces M4339658. Anyone damaging or revealing description or whereabouts of this missile subject to prosecution by the U. S. government. Call collect at once, LD446, Army Air Forces Depot, Spokane, Wash.”... the words “non-explosive” also were carried.
originally posted by: NoCorruptionAllowed
a reply to: mirageman
The news wires saying rubber, sticks, and paper was only what they were told to say. So much investigation and research done on this case by Stanton Friedman has proven beyond any doubt (to me) that what was found wasn't anything even close to rubber, sticks, and paper. The people talking about the materials before described things far, far removed from those common and easily identifiable materials.
I have to say something that I think a lot of people in ufology may not like to hear, and that is - I think the bottom line is - there are folks that are in the field that call themselves ufologists, call themselves researchers, investigative journalists – whatever they want to call themselves, it doesn't really matter – but when their modus operandi is to perpetuate the mystery instead of solving it, we have a big issue.
We have a big problem because the mystery will never get resolved as long as these people are out there hawking their latest theories or the latest controversy for controversy's sake, or their latest witness, or their latest 'lead' investigation – whatever you want to call it, it doesn't really matter – but if you don't have a sincere interest in truth, if you're simply interested in making the rounds of the UFO talk circuit... you're part of the problem, not part of the solution.
Perhaps the Roswell story can never die. It
Carrion, the ex- MUFON boss who left under bad terms. I guess we can be grateful he is giving this out free. One wonders whether he could have got a publisher, maybe the theory is not exotic enough, though, he has a name and could have self-published. Maybe he just wants what he feels is the truth out…Good for him!
*IF* it's all disinformation, then where does that leave what the lights in the sky are? In this day and age it seems, there is no room for the phenomena.
Carrion was also suspicious of the Skinwalker Ranch stories given that while he was a MUFON director he was refused permission to conduct his own investigation on the property. So he funded his own trip and found his own witnesses. One had worked at the ranch and was told by a NIDS scientist that rods of metal containing moscovium (element 115) were found at the ranch. He was also told by the previous owners brother than there was no strange activity going on at the ranch before the Shermans sold up. (Something I've also found rather hard to substantiate too).