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What is the "yellow book"?

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posted on Apr, 27 2005 @ 04:28 PM
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There are quite a few "Bob Lazar" type people who post on here Byrd.

They really do come out with garbage even more "suspect" than Lazar ever did.

Most serious researchers on here know the people I am talking about.

But the problem is that if you challenge them for evidence then you are being disrespectful to their beliefs and their experiences.

Their other answers are tuned around the fact that we know nothing and are intent on unsettling people who want to believe in what they say.

When really these people are doing more harm than good to the serious business of clinical Alien/UFO investigation.

Even worse is the fact that ATS is probably the first port of call for newbies interested in researching their interests in UFOs.

To think that the first writings some of them see is some of the "suspect" rantings on here and this should really be very disconcerting to the hierarchy here.




posted on Jan, 29 2011 @ 08:48 AM
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What I would like to know is why Lazar's explanation on ufo propulsion is so simple. According to Lazar's story of the configuration of a ufo it's incredibly simple, a bit too simple. Just stick some element we conveniently know little about because stable production of the element is impossible thus far, and the aliens just pick some up and stick it into a hole. As if they've been trying to back engineer some thing so simple for so long, a MIG is more complicated than the ufos Lazar speaks of, why would they even need to employ physicists to look at some thing so simple? surely an engineer would be able to very easily recreate in just a few days, weeks at most, what basically turns out to be a chunk of metal with three prongs for gravitational waves and a hole for element 115.



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