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A Nick Cook documentary

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posted on Jun, 5 2006 @ 03:28 PM
UFO's: The Secret Evidence (Oct. 2005),

watch it. its a good one.

[edit on 5-6-2006 by sanctum]

posted on Jun, 5 2006 @ 03:41 PM
Ive seen this video i think, it talks about the Nazi's having anti-gravity technology and derelict sites in Germany prove evidence for that.

Whether that is true is the case.

I do believe the Nazi's did grasp the technology to do so, but failed to put it in full effective action.

posted on Jun, 5 2006 @ 03:53 PM
Yes, this was on Channel 4 before Christmas last year.

I recommend Nick's book "The Hunt for Zero Point", goes into lots of detail about the things at the end of the video. He seems to have done a lot of work to arrive at some of the conclusions he has made.

posted on Jun, 5 2006 @ 04:00 PM

Originally posted by HDD09
watch it. its a good one.

Hi HDD09,

Thanks for posting the link, but I didn't have such a high opinion of the documentary.

I posted a review of the relevant documentary last year at:

For a particulary good example of the inaccuracies in the documentary, fast forward to 51.11 minutes into the documentary and watch the bit about the Socorro sighting by Lonnie Zamora of an egg-shaped object.

My comments on that section were as follows:

"Lonnie Zamora's 1964 Socorro incident was one of the few
sightings to get the full treatment - a reconstruction, complete
with actor ... and fairly impressive
computer generated imagery (impressive at least by the usual
standards of British documentaries). It's just a shame that the
computer generated imagery had no resemblance whatsoever to the
description given by Lonnie Zamora. The object zipping around
the sky in the relevant reinactment was a classic disc-shaped
UFO, which looked nothing like the numerous descriptions and
sketches provided by Zamora. This is not a simply a minor gripe
about an inaccuracy in the imagery used - Nick Cook proceeded to
determine the probable identity of the object seen by Zamora on
the basis of this (incorrect) shape."

All the best,

Isaac Koi

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