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posted on Feb, 26 2007 @ 06:43 PM
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Originally posted by johnlear
It is unknown who exactly killed who but the 44 scientists were killed along with 22 security personnel. I have no information on whether or not the gray was killed in the melee. I imagine that it was all over in less than 10 minutes. I really don't know for sure. The accident report read that all personnel were killed by 'head wounds'. The report did not elaborate.


If this has been answered before on another thread you will just have to forgive me. I've tried to read everything but it all becomes a blur and gets confused with other information read elswhere. Not to mention my old brain cells just are not what they used to be. If this has been answered before you can punch me in the nose if we ever meet.


Are there any names to go with these numbers? All these deaths would have had to been explained and obituarys should be in the archives. If there was a rash of unexplained deaths of highly placed scientists around that time it would add a lot of credibility to this story. At the very least there should be articles about at least some of them dissapearing. Was this ever researched? What was found?



[edit on 2/26/2007 by Blaine91555]




posted on Feb, 26 2007 @ 09:59 PM
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Originally posted by Blaine91555

Are there any names to go with these numbers? All these deaths would have had to been explained and obituarys should be in the archives. If there was a rash of unexplained deaths of highly placed scientists around that time it would add a lot of credibility to this story. At the very least there should be articles about at least some of them dissapearing. Was this ever researched? What was found?




Most personnel for the Dulce operation including scientists are not married, have no family or lost their family in later life. If they did have a family the family was paid substantial money to keep quiet. A million dollars in you checking account does wonders for you sense of outrage.

Also it is highly unlikely, actually impossible that any of the scientists ever told the wives or family anything about Dulce. They probably told them they worked at Los Alamos. And the government probably told the families that he was involved in a nuclear accident or some type of 'patriotic' research that their families could be 'proud of'.

There would be no record of their death. Nothing you could research. Even if you were to find that a scientist went missing about the time of the Dulce accident you would then have to find the familyand try to pry information out of them which they would be unlikely to tell or cooperate in any way. And they would likely have a phone number to call to get professional help to persuade you to quit harrassing the family. If you were not persuaded perhaps you might end up as dinner for the occupants of nightmare hall.



posted on Feb, 26 2007 @ 10:12 PM
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Thank you John. I was afraid that would be the answer. I thought maybe someone from inside may have disclosed a name or names to check out. Thanks again.

Blaine



posted on Mar, 2 2007 @ 01:15 AM
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Hello?! Anybody there?

In this posting, I wrote:


Originally posted by yfxxx
[...]
Since this mistake is the only basis of your Moon conspiracy theory, I'd be somewhat surprised if you actually backed off from it. Still, since I pointed out the mistake in your calculation, it would at least be interesting, what you think is the mistake in mine. However, simply ignoring my argument and stubbornly insisting "But Newton says so!!" doesn't count
! [...]


Care to reply? Or are you still searching for excuses? Did you give up?

Regards
yf



posted on Mar, 2 2007 @ 01:26 AM
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Ah, man.....


It's sad when it turns into a battle. I'm not pointing fingers. I'm just saying that I wish these discussions could be a little less hostile. John might have given up, or he might not have. He's probably thinking that no matter what he says to you, you'll tell him he's wrong, and you guys will never stop arguing.



posted on Mar, 2 2007 @ 05:50 AM
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Ever seen some of the supernerds that hold the highest degrees and highest positions in universities and scientific institutions around the world? "Son you could keep teaching students at college or you could lead a secret double life in an alien base. Choose." *Star Trek Chubbie* "Sir I think the answer is obvious." "Goodbye everyone, I'm going to visit a swami in India, yes that's right I'm crazy" These are the guys. Underground magtrain from 51



posted on Mar, 2 2007 @ 09:36 AM
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Originally posted by UnstoppableForce
He's probably thinking that no matter what he says to you, you'll tell him he's wrong, and you guys will never stop arguing.



Excellent point UnstoppableForce! Sorry for the one line post.



posted on Mar, 2 2007 @ 11:10 AM
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Originally posted by johnlear

Originally posted by UnstoppableForce
He's probably thinking that no matter what he says to you, you'll tell him he's wrong, and you guys will never stop arguing.



Excellent point UnstoppableForce! Sorry for the one line post.


Hello Mr. Lear,

thank you very much for effectively saying that you have run out of arguments, and are going to run away without at least admitting this, and mentioning that your opponent might have a valid point!.


And to "UnstoppableForce": It was Mr. Lear who has accused me of running away from the discussion without giving him the chance to present his arguments. So I continued the discussion.

Regards
yf



posted on Mar, 2 2007 @ 04:12 PM
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John,

I still don't see how it would have been possible to put four people in there. The capsul isn't that big. As was three men would have been really cramped. People need room to move.

Sorry, but based on what I saw, I think you are Wrong on this one.

Tim



posted on Mar, 2 2007 @ 07:12 PM
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YF, I was NOT pointing the finger at anyone.
IT does take TWO to argue. I was merely saying that because both of you feel so strongly about what you believe, the argument will never end. You'll tell him he's wrong, and you guys will never stop arguing. That means that you will BOTH go back and forth. I was not attacking either one of you. I only pointed out what is fact, if John answers you. I think maybe he believes that it's better to end the discussion, because neither of you are going to agree.



posted on Mar, 3 2007 @ 02:33 AM
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Hi Mr Lear, I continue to enjoy your insights.
I was wondering what your thought of the carbon dioxide ice caps on Mars. I just read this article about how they have been melting for the past few years. Given the alleged low atmospheric pressure on Mars CO2 should vaporize at an extremely low temperature. Since the atmospheric pressure is enough to support massive dust storms that cover the planet when probes arrive, do you think these ice caps could be water ice?



posted on Mar, 3 2007 @ 10:25 AM
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I have some personal thinkings that always bother me about the UFO phenomena and the supossedly ufo crashes.

Let´s say that I leave Buenos Aires, for a trip to the Patagonia. How is the super black hidden power of cover-ups of the UFO phenomena, prepared for a possible ufo crash right in my way?

Let´s say that im travelling in a car, with a camera,heading south. And suddenly an UFO crashes at my left, in the middle of the country. I approach, get a nice 90 minutes filming, and left. This ends a 70 years of cover ups?



posted on Mar, 3 2007 @ 12:17 PM
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Originally posted by Orion437
Let´s say that im travelling in a car, with a camera,heading south. And suddenly an UFO crashes at my left, in the middle of the country. I approach, get a nice 90 minutes filming, and left. This ends a 70 years of cover ups?



It seems that every time that scenario or one similar to is about to happen either they run out of film or tape or forget to film entirely. Or else someone comes to take the film. But...hope springs eternal. Someday that might happen and end 70 years of cover ups. Actually more like 77 years or more.



posted on Mar, 3 2007 @ 12:23 PM
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Originally posted by RedPill
Hi Mr Lear, I continue to enjoy your insights.
I was wondering what your thought of the carbon dioxide ice caps on Mars. I just read this article about how they have been melting for the past few years. Given the alleged low atmospheric pressure on Mars CO2 should vaporize at an extremely low temperature. Since the atmospheric pressure is enough to support massive dust storms that cover the planet when probes arrive, do you think these ice caps could be water ice?



Thanks for the post RedPill. The following are my opinions on Mars. Mars has a breathable atmosphere although I don't think it is quite as dense as earth's. The population of Mars is about 600 million people very similar if not identical to us. Much of the population lives underground due to the thin atmosphere. I don't know very much about the ice caps on Mars.



posted on Mar, 3 2007 @ 12:26 PM
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Originally posted by Ghost01
John,

I still don't see how it would have been possible to put four people in there. The capsul isn't that big. As was three men would have been really cramped. People need room to move.

Sorry, but based on what I saw, I think you are Wrong on this one.

Tim




Thanks for the post Tim. So you think that Joe Shea was lying? Why would he lie? Why would he even mention it?



posted on Mar, 3 2007 @ 03:22 PM
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Hi John, good to finally meet you. One thing for you, I was camping last summer and during a break in a thunder storm I watched this beautiful v shaped group of lights dance along the bottom of a cloud so close I could reach out and touch it. It instantly made me smile and feel my heart in a good way. I had my camera and with the grace of a ballerina I was up and walking along side it taking photo's closer than any daylight I have ever seen. Usually after something like this one feels exhilerated and couldnt sleep if one wanted. Within minutes I layed down and went to sleep and when I woke my camera was gone and my new van no longer had electrical system. Got any ideas? Be gentle... Oh and one more thing there was a silvery metalic almost invisable , eye squrenching base above the lights, I did not figure it would show in the pictures. What is the closest you have been to this type of craft? And do you have any good stories that have not been told before about you and your ET connections? Thanks John!



posted on Mar, 3 2007 @ 08:43 PM
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Also have to tell you I LOVE the Disclosure papers, and am so very jazzed that you will be doing #II It hit me like the Orson Wells radio Broadcast and I couldn't help get excited at the thought of people accidentally tuning into the radio and catching that one, Ha ha ha Loved it, went on line and copied it sent it to all of my loved ones. I think if anyone should have the honor of really pulling it off when the time comes it should be you.



posted on Mar, 3 2007 @ 09:01 PM
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Originally posted by antar
Hi John, good to finally meet you. One thing for you, I was camping last summer and during a break in a thunder storm I watched this beautiful v shaped group of lights dance along the bottom of a cloud so close I could reach out and touch it. It instantly made me smile and feel my heart in a good way. I had my camera and with the grace of a ballerina I was up and walking along side it taking photo's closer than any daylight I have ever seen. Usually after something like this one feels exhilerated and couldnt sleep if one wanted. Within minutes I layed down and went to sleep and when I woke my camera was gone and my new van no longer had electrical system. Got any ideas? Be gentle... Oh and one more thing there was a silvery metalic almost invisable , eye squrenching base above the lights, I did not figure it would show in the pictures. What is the closest you have been to this type of craft? And do you have any good stories that have not been told before about you and your ET connections? Thanks John!



Thanks for the post antar. "They" don't want their picture taken and you can't take one in secret because they will know. Disclosure will happen one on one. There will be no 'government announcement'. If there ever is a 'government announcement' you can be sure it will be a scam to further the governments agenda what ever that may be.

I have had no interesting encounters. I have never seen a ufo other than the one at Groom Lake that Lazar showed us and a little white blob I saw while flying once.

I am in the process of typing up Lear Disclosure 2.0. Its kind of fun.



posted on Mar, 3 2007 @ 09:12 PM
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Don't know if they have been asked:

1. What was the first plane you flew.

2. What plane was the most fun to pilot?

Thanks



posted on Mar, 3 2007 @ 09:32 PM
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Originally posted by pavil
Don't know if they have been asked:

1. What was the first plane you flew.

2. What plane was the most fun to pilot?

Thanks



My Dad always let me 'steer' when I was a little boy. But the first airplane I actually flew and soloed was the Piper Tripacer.

They were all fun but I guess the Lockheed F-104 was the best, especially at Mach 1.7!



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