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INTERVIEWER> Well, there is this story I read on the internet and it's somewhat fascinating. Supposedly, there's this group of guys who claim to have been a part of a secret government project in the '06's to have an exchange program with an extraterrestrial civilization. [pause] Have I lost you yet?
NSA> [Laughs] No.
INTERVIEWER> Oh. Before I go on, is it o.k. if I take notes or record this. I would like to make a transcript of our conversation. I'm sort of doing some research. This is purely not work-related. I would like to post your answers in an online discussion forum, if that's all right.
NSA> [Laughs] No problem. But before you put anything online, our Public Affairs guy has to approve it. Send your notes, or whatever, to my email and I'll get it approved for you. My email is _____.
INTERVIEWER> Thanks. If you like, while we talk I can email you the links to some of the documents I've been looking at. Would that be ok? [strange noise on phone] um. Do we have have bad connection? Or is that noise on your end.
NSA> Sorry about the chime. We have it on all of the unsecured lines around here. Sure send the links. Are they about Roswell?
NSA> Serpo? S-e-r-p-o?
Originally posted by Shadowflux
Con: As I understand it, travelling at so high a velocity would cause the time of the occupants to slow down. However, those back on the planet would age at their normal rate. Travelling at near the speed of light, a trip that seemed like only days, could have seemed like months or years to an observer on Earth.
Originally posted by SkepticOverlord
Not to mention, the laughable claim that physics would be different in another solar system really hurts the overall credibility.
On balance it appears that the Eisenhower Briefing Document, Truman-Forrestal Memo, and Cutler-Twining Memo are almost certainly genuine; the SOM 1.01 memo is very likely genuine -- Stanton Friedman
The Official Digest (Red Book) contains 14 annexes, which lists source documents or material. The SOM1 document that was put out several years ago, came from the annex (of the Red Book). Gene Loscowski (pseudo last name) writes on 10-07-05
The "Red Book" lists nine different visitors. -- Anonymous posting number 3, Nov. 7, 2005
I realize it might be a little difficult for you to keep my name confidential with the mounting pressure enormous, but I don’t wish to reveal it at this time; perhaps to Richard C Doty in due time as his questions and online demeanor seems to be the most fair, open minded, and his questions posed were the most reasonable as I monitor the online feedback after each new posting. -- Anonymous posting 4, November 9, 2005.
We are also considering your suggestion of releasing 100 key pages (out of the 3,000) to you and then your forwarding them around the country to the six key individuals you named in your e-mail -- Anonymous posting number 5, Nov. 13, 2005
Originally posted by Obscure
FYI to all who intently follow this topic, Coast to Coast AM has had to resechedule it's original guest this evening. Instead, Richard Doty, retired US military intelligence officer, and Bill Ryan will be discussing Project Serpo.
Maybe some more holes will be poked in the story tonight, or perhaps validated in some small way. Who knows. Should be a good show regardless.
[edit on 12/6/2005 by Obscure]