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The Army research relationship came about through Luis Elizondo....Elizondo was a military intelligence officer who claims to have been involved with the Defense Intelligence Agency’s secretive Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program.
The Pentagon said Monday he was a supervisory intelligence specialist in the office of the undersecretary of defense for intelligence from 2008 to 2017, when he resigned. But Elizondo had no assigned responsibilities in the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program and was not assigned or detailed to the Defense intelligence Agency, Pentagon spokeswoman Sue Gough wrote in an email statement.
originally posted by: pigsy2400
a reply to: celltypespecific
Show me the analysis of this with the isotopic ratios... With no data it's heresay.. It's like me saying, "Cellty, your kit green or a student of" without evidence, data or facts, it's merely hearsay, conjecture, opinion, rumor and innuendo.
All you are doing here and in other threads is regurgitating headlines and TTSAs marketing drivel, which also has no substance, evidence or data to backup anything they have claimed.
Some Challenges for you...
1) what's your opinion?
So, you tell people to be critical thinkers right? Do some critical thinking, formulate your own opinion and put it on the table.
2) what do you believe is the best piece if evidence thay TTSA has put forward and why?
3) If you don't want to answer, why not?
It's really time to go hard or go home on this topic as you will ultimately end up here jist talking to yourself...
‘The potential damage to the US Army’s reputation if TTSA can’t deliver anything is significant, so they must be very, very sure that there’s something to all this.
Therefore, the significance of this research and development agreement cannot be overstated.’
Whats interesting is that TDL on Joe Rogan stated that it "wasn't the piece from arts parts" that loses its mass if bombarded with THZ, this was a separate piece that was from a crash in 1948. Which contradicts (surprise) all the hoohaa at the moment. The arts parts has always been nonsense and I think purpose misdirection by TTSA. TDL believes "the 1948 piece" was German tech launched from Argentina based on alien technology and the Germans were 100 years ahead of anyone else.
Why does the presence of Mellon and Justice make you think this is not a government psyop?
1. No one ever disputed that there are unidentified objects in U.S. airspace. No one. Ever. Not even the most hardcore skeptic.
2. This is nothing but a vague marketing agreement.
3. You have absolutely no idea what went on in these briefings. They could have been detailed explanations that UAPs are top secret government projects. Or everything about UFOs have been a smokescreen to root out foreign spies. You have no idea.
Just because the US Navy admitting that the objects in the video are unknowns doesn't automatically give credibility to TTSA or indeed ufology in general.
The US Army agreement is on the surface a very interesting development until you look further into what that agreement actually means. Do you own your own company? If you do, you too can apply through the SBIR.
They may be in possession of something interesting (or sneaked out of skunkworks, which is highly more likely than "da alienz") but again, this doesn't give it credibility until scientific data is presented.
Which briefings are we talking about? They have happened over the course of the last few years BEFORE and AFTER TTSAs inception... The last episode of Unidentified was clearly a hackjob of editing to get the Bro hugging in there, if you know anything about editing a TV series and how it goes to the broadcasting partners it's obvious considering the timelines.
The Navy guidelines were due for renewal anyway and had indeed been drafted a while ago, in fact that long ago that TTSA cannot take credit for it as it was before they existed.
Eye witness testimony is indeed interesting and I'll admit the most interesting part of all of this. But again, there are issues with this also...ask Kevin Day who now by all accounts is the new member of the X Men franchise.
If your Basing disclosure on videos of "blobs" then you'll need to do better
Speaking of Chris Mellon, why didn't he get/bring the satellite data from the other organisation he was involved in with Leslie keane...?
Stating you can't say mote or state your opinion is also laughable.
originally posted by: celltypespecific
So yes my Dear Courecatolog it was imperative for avg. joe to hear from a source of "authority" that UFOs do indeed exist.
I should not have to explain such a mundane point to you.
And its such a wonderful day
I don't believe in "alienz"
Actually I do know....and will leave it at that.
Who ARE you??? Why do you keep spamming multiple threads? It sometimes feels like multiple people are using your account