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posted on Jul, 31 2007 @ 09:41 PM
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John,

I'd like to hear your opinion on this. When the Mars Rovers landed, NASA posted new raw downloaded images on its website every day. However, it's (NASA) is being very stingy with imagery from MRO. Here is one of just a hand full of publicly available images...



Why do you think they are not releasing more imagery?
Thanks.




posted on Jul, 31 2007 @ 10:34 PM
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Originally posted by darkbluesky



John,
I'd like to hear your opinion on this. When the Mars Rovers landed, NASA posted new raw downloaded images on its website every day. However, it's (NASA) is being very stingy with imagery from MRO. Here is one of just a hand full of publicly available images...
Why do you think they are not releasing more imagery?
Thanks.



I'm not paying attention to the Mars pics DBS. I don't know whats going on.



posted on Aug, 1 2007 @ 03:48 PM
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I have a question about antigravity.
Is there a theory for it?
I know there is a gravity "A" and "B" wave, but what's mechanics behind it?



posted on Aug, 1 2007 @ 07:37 PM
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Hi John, this is gona be hard to believe but for the last 4-5 days I have been reading this entire thread, lol. Really interesting stuff, I have concluded that you are a very intelligent guy and that if you were a hoaxer in any way your def a genius. Well, during my reading many questions came up, many were answered and others were not, I don’t ask these question because I don’t believe what you say (btw I don’t believe anything until proven by myself but my believing rate for you is pretty high about 80-90%) rather to more fully understand and believe what you say. Due to my experience in your answers I think your going to forward me to sleeper, for most of these, but that’s ok. I will get started on his thread later. So here are some of my questions, hopefully they don’t take too much of your time.

P.S. You’ve done a hell of a job in answering and managing this thread, congrats.

1. You said:


“Not directly but I have heard many stories. Mind control is now at a very high level of technology. An engineer can work at say the SkunkWorks, work all day on a project, go home and not remember a thing about what he worked on and not have the fact that he can't remember bother him. The trigger is either like a metal detector that you walk through or in some cases 2 columns about 7 feet high that you walk between. We can take the human mind, wipe it completely clean and then insert entire life scenarios. We can add, delete, modify whatever we want. We can also delete short periods of time and insert alternate memories, all seemlessly. Such is our technology today. IMHO”


- So why don’t we use this technology to say, modify our own brains? Say Chaney modifies his to at least 100 IQ, lol.

2. You said:


“Not as a general rule. Generally souls stay in human forms.”


- So you don’t believe in evolution? What do you say to all the archeological work that explains how we evolved from apes?

3. You said:


Hey John, some questions for you:
Do all souls have to live as a primative human before advancing to other races/species?

“Yes”.


- What about when the human race is no longer primitive? Say when we are pretty equally advanced and or there more primitive races, are you saying that there’s no race less educated than us, are we the dumbest in the universe?

4. You said:


“That said, the 'between life' where you go after you die and before you are inserted into another human baby can be very nice or very bad depending on your previous conduct. If you were a bad boy you will be taken out to the woodshed. If you were a good boy you will be rewarded. How? You'll get to see and experience a lot of nice things.”


- By who?

Continued…


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posted on Aug, 1 2007 @ 07:39 PM
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5. You said:



“When I die my soul will go to the moon to the 'in between place' in the tower. My transgressions will be brought to my attention and discussed with me. If I have been particularly evil (which I don't think I have)(except once maybe at a Special Operations Association Reunion) I will be taken out to the woodshed and taught a lessen. If I have been particularly well behaved I may get to see some really interesting things maybe even get to participate. But shortly thereafter I will be zapped back down from the Big Soul Machine On The Moon into a new born baby for more learning/life experiences. I don't think I have reached that point where I get to move on to another planet and play with the adults. But eventually I'll get there and I'm really looking forward to it. Meanwhile, I'm 64, trying to stay out of trouble, play with my grandchildren, mine a little ore up in the mountains and smoke a fine cigar in the evening. Alcohol is no damn fun anymore its hurts my head so I don't do that. A cup of chammomile at bedtime is my speed. I've gotten pretty banged up in this life so I have a lot of aches and pains. I am really enjoying myself but I won't be unhappy to go into the light. Of course, if I see my Dad, I'm going to punch him right in the nose.”


- Why call these lessons if you’ll forget them next life?

- Would you say a thief or killer is a “bad boy” while taking in mind he was raised by a rapist and his mother was killed in front of him, and no one cares about him? We are all victims of ignorance and our way we are looked at usually depends on the circumstances we are born or live in. Maybe not if you’re a genius, but were talking about the average person here.

- Some people on earth suffer nothing compared to other say, rich spoiled kids etc, how is that a learning experience and whoever creates these souls, why create some dumb, why not skip this step and make um all smart? In what way if any do our souls affect anything in our lives? If my parents were both very athletic I will have an athletic body if my dad was Albert Einstein I would be smarter than the average person. I don’t see how the souls changes or learns. The only thing that separates us from animals is our higher level of intelligence, you say that animals don’t have souls and we do, but in what way is that visible or apprehensible if there’s nothing to show or distinguish it.

6. You said:


“I do not recommend the following for anybody, let me make that perfectly clear. And let me say that you will probably be sorry if you do. But if you insist on making contact: go out into a dark forest, far from any city, by yourself with no weapons of any kind. Stand there from between 2am and 5am. If you don't get attacked and eaten by some ferocious animal the chances are you may encounter an alien. Which will be far, far worse.”


- This brings up a lot of questions….there’s many people who live in the wild or who camp out in the wild alone or are possibly lost etc. Are you saying all these people have encountered aliens, and so does it also mean that I can tell my friend to go to a forest alone and I’m far away with the most powerful camera and thus film the first alien abduction?

7. Are we physically the most gifted? Physical things dominate our world, is the physical aspect of life non-existent with them?

8. By the way, your take on 9/11 I most agree with it, if anyone wants to be convinced It was an inside job they should watch “Loose Change” on google video, if you haven’t seen it I recommend it.

9. You said:


Do you believe Outer Body experiences are real, and can be achieved by meditating etc? The astral plane... so on and so on? Have you personally ever tried to achieve anything like this?

“I took a remote viewing course and had some success.”


- Can you describe/clarify? This stuff really interest me, maybe explain how it works ect.

Continued...

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posted on Aug, 1 2007 @ 07:40 PM
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10. You said:


“The administration was coming under too much criticism. The Paul Wolfowitz scandal was probably the final straw. The fact that more and more people are questioning 911. The fact that the Iraq 'surge' is failing miserably. The administration needs time to sort things out, breathing space; time to think things over and regroup. And the best way to do it, in my opinion, was have some student kill 33 other students. That kind of scenario is not thought up by a student. That kind of scenario is thought up by people whose business it is to create 'Shock and Awe'.”


- So do you think the columbine massacre was also planed by the government?

11. Dejavu, this has happened to me quite a bit, I heard that its nothing strange, just that you familiarize yourself with a place and remember it again or something, not sure what the experts say, but I insist its kinda weird, many times I walk somewhere and im like ive done this exact thing before in this exact location. Just wondering if this has any weird connection with your ideas etc.

12. You said:


I'm interested in your thoughts on the thousands of impact craters on the lunar and mars surfaces (as illustrated on that terrific picture of the moon on a thread you commented on recently). How would any habitations cope with so many impacts all the time?

Also, how come there ARE so many if they've both got atmospheres?

Thanks, and all the best,W

“I have no explanation to the questions you've asked. Sorry.”


- Well if you say that the moon has an atmosphere like that of earths then why don’t all the meteorites etc burn up in its atmosphere?

13. You said:


“All planets in our solar system have life forms very similar to us. Some are taller, some shorter, some with other differences but most could pass in a crowd without being noticed. All planets in our system have both underground and above ground facilities. There is no commercially available telescope with which you can see any of the above mentioned items on any planet or our moon. Use of larger telescopes such as those owned and operated by Universities restrict their use very carefully to those who are not looking for 'Little Green Men from Mars'.”


- I go to UCSC which is a leading university in space exploration astronomy etc, in one of my classes we took a trip to the Hubble Space Telescope, its seems hard to believe that people wouldn’t point say at Saturn or such and find ET’s. I mean as far as I know these telescopes aren’t guarded by men with machine guns.

Ok, that’s it; that was a lot of typing, btw I stayed up pretty late listening to you on C2C the other day, very interesting and funny, I totally thought Lazar was a hoax, but after that I think I even like the guy, lol. Anyway, take your time in answering and thanks again.


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posted on Aug, 1 2007 @ 09:04 PM
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Hey john still waiting to see what books you recomend for us layman.

btw I read a book called aliens encounters by chuck missler. I found it very comprehensive and was wondering if you has the chance to read it. If not I highly recommend it.



posted on Aug, 1 2007 @ 10:16 PM
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Originally posted by luis9343




1. You said:


“Not directly but I have heard many stories. Mind control is now at a very high level of technology.


So why don’t we use this technology to say, modify our own brains? Say Chaney modifies his to at least 100 IQ, lol.


I don't know to what level we can modify our brains or its I.Q. or even if we can.


2. You said:


“Not as a general rule. Generally souls stay in human forms.”


So you don’t believe in evolution? What do you say to all the archeological work that explains how we evolved from apes?


I say 'fantastic'.


Hey John, some questions for you:

Do all souls have to live as a primative human before advancing to other races/species?


“Yes”.


What about when the human race is no longer primitive? Say when we are pretty equally advanced and or there more primitive races, are you saying that there’s no race less educated than us, are we the dumbest in the universe?


That is what I think but Sleeper says there are ones that are a lot dumber. Hard to believe.



4. You said:


“That said, the 'between life' where you go after you die and before you are inserted into another human baby can be very nice or very bad depending on your previous conduct. If you were a bad boy you will be taken out to the woodshed. If you were a good boy you will be rewarded. How? You'll get to see and experience a lot of nice things.”


- By who?



Those guys. (Points up.)



posted on Aug, 1 2007 @ 10:39 PM
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Originally posted by luis9343




5. You said:



“When I die my soul will go to the moon to the 'in between place' in the tower. But shortly thereafter I will be zapped back down from the Big Soul Machine On The Moon into a new born baby for more learning/life experiences. .”


Why call these lessons if you’ll forget them next life?


You don't remember them consciously. But they are part of our soul. Please ask Sleeper for the details on this one.


Would you say a thief or killer is a “bad boy” while taking in mind he was raised by a rapist and his mother was killed in front of him, and no one cares about him? We are all victims of ignorance and our way we are looked at usually depends on the circumstances we are born or live in. Maybe not if you’re a genius, but were talking about the average person here.


Check with Sleeper on that one too.


Some people on earth suffer nothing compared to other say, rich spoiled kids etc, how is that a learning experience and whoever creates these souls, why create some dumb, why not skip this step and make um all smart? In what way if any do our souls affect anything in our lives? If my parents were both very athletic I will have an athletic body if my dad was Albert Einstein I would be smarter than the average person. I don’t see how the souls changes or learns. The only thing that separates us from animals is our higher level of intelligence, you say that animals don’t have souls and we do, but in what way is that visible or apprehensible if there’s nothing to show or distinguish it.


Check with Sleeper.


6. You said:


“I do not recommend the following for anybody, let me make that perfectly clear. And let me say that you will probably be sorry if you do. But if you insist on making contact: go out into a dark forest, far from any city, by yourself with no weapons of any kind. Stand there from between 2am and 5am. If you don't get attacked and eaten by some ferocious animal the chances are you may encounter an alien. Which will be far, far worse.”


This brings up a lot of questions….there’s many people who live in the wild or who camp out in the wild alone or are possibly lost etc. Are you saying all these people have encountered aliens, and so does it also mean that I can tell my friend to go to a forest alone and I’m far away with the most powerful camera and thus film the first alien abduction?


Most people who live in the wild or camp out in the wild are not asking aliens to come visit them. If you ask, you'd better have the table set. The guy with the powerful camera will be asleep.


7. Are we physically the most gifted? Physical things dominate our world, is the physical aspect of life non-existent with them?


Ask Sleeper.


8. By the way, your take on 9/11 I most agree with it, if anyone wants to be convinced It was an inside job they should watch “Loose Change” on google video, if you haven’t seen it I recommend it.


911: Ripple Effect is also excellent. I just saw it last night.


9. You said:


Do you believe Outer Body experiences are real, and can be achieved by meditating etc? The astral plane... so on and so on? Have you personally ever tried to achieve anything like this?


“I took a remote viewing course and had some success.”


Can you describe/clarify? This stuff really interest me, maybe explain how it works ect.


Out of body experiences are real. After my airplane crash in 1961 I was being driven in an ambulance over 40 miles to a hospital. I clearly remember looking down at myself being jostled in the ambulance and thinking, "I'm not going to make it. I am too badly injured."

Remote viewing is real. I tried it. I am not good at it because I need practice. I just don't have the time.

As far as other spacial travel there are others far more informed than I on that subject.



posted on Aug, 2 2007 @ 12:04 AM
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Originally posted by luis9343





10. You said:


“The administration was coming under too much criticism. The Paul Wolfowitz scandal was probably the final straw. The fact that more and more people are questioning 911. The fact that the Iraq 'surge' is failing miserably. The administration needs time to sort things out, breathing space; time to think things over and regroup. And the best way to do it, in my opinion, was have some student kill 33 other students. That kind of scenario is not thought up by a student. That kind of scenario is thought up by people whose business it is to create 'Shock and Awe'.”


So do you think the columbine massacre was also planed by the government?


Positively.


11. Dejavu, this has happened to me quite a bit, I heard that its nothing strange, just that you familiarize yourself with a place and remember it again or something, not sure what the experts say, but I insist its kinda weird, many times I walk somewhere and im like ive done this exact thing before in this exact location. Just wondering if this has any weird connection with your ideas etc.


Sleeper explained this. Ask him. It has something to do with inserting you into a timeline.


12. I'm interested in your thoughts on the thousands of impact craters on the lunar and mars surfaces (as illustrated on that terrific picture of the moon on a thread you commented on recently). How would any habitations cope with so many impacts all the time?
Also, how come there ARE so many if they've both got atmospheres?


I have no explanation for this phenomenon. I don't know exactly when the craters were made either on the moon or on Mars. The Moon craters could have been formed while it was being towed through space to its present position, assuming that when it was being towed it did not have an atmosphere.


13. You said:


“All planets in our solar system have life forms very similar to us. Some are taller, some shorter, some with other differences but most could pass in a crowd without being noticed. All planets in our system have both underground and above ground facilities. There is no commercially available telescope with which you can see any of the above mentioned items on any planet or our moon. Use of larger telescopes such as those owned and operated by Universities restrict their use very carefully to those who are not looking for 'Little Green Men from Mars'.”


I go to UCSC which is a leading university in space exploration astronomy etc, in one of my classes we took a trip to the Hubble Space Telescope,


There are 2 Hubble Space Telescopes. One is dedicated the the DOD and is secret. The other is the one that the public knows about. It is occasionally used to supplement the other one and the public is told that something is wrong with it or some other excuse.

A few years ago the public was told that something was wrong with the mirror or something like that. The truth was that DOD needed it full time.


its seems hard to believe that people wouldn’t point say at Saturn or such and find ET’s. I mean as far as I know these telescopes aren’t guarded by men with machine guns.


They don't have machine guns but they're there and their job is to make sure some civilian yo-yo doesn't start looking at Venus or some other planet that is none of their busniess. At least at this point in time.



posted on Aug, 2 2007 @ 12:29 AM
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Originally posted by HooHaa



Hey john still waiting to see what books you recomend for us layman.


I have hundreds of books in my library. Maybe you could start with these:

You are being lied to; The disinformation guide to media distortion, historical whitewashes and cultural myths edited by Russ Kick
LOCCN 00-109281 ISBN 0-9664100-7-6

Defrading America: A Pattern of Related Scandals Dirty Secrets of the CIA and other government operations by Rodney Stich
LOCCN 93-074654 ISBN 0-932438-08-3

Both are long reads. I had an advantage being a pilot. I had hours and hours to read. Today there are too many distractions for people to take the time to read. But I always have a book with me. Everywhere. When I'm on the can. When I'm driving. When I'm standing in line. When I am having a meal. And I always carry a yellow highlighter and a blue pencil to mark stuff I want to specifically remember. Then when I need the information I take down the book and thumb through to the yellow highlights or blue underlines. Every book I have is like that. Most, not all, but most everything you read on the web has been edited or santized to someones desire.


btw I read a book called aliens encounters by chuck missler. I found it very comprehensive and was wondering if you has the chance to read it. If not I highly recommend it.


Thanks, I'll check it out.



posted on Aug, 2 2007 @ 09:12 PM
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Originally posted by ebe51
I have a question about antigravity.
Is there a theory for it?
I know there is a gravity "A" and "B" wave, but what's mechanics behind it?


This should get you started. Air Force Research Laboratory, Los Alamos National Laboratory.......go through the list and see what you like:

www.thelivingmoon.com...

There is lots of stuff here. If you poke around LANL and AFRL you will find the 'good stuff" that the government has been working on. Imagine what they DON'T show us.

also, Google "Joseph Biddink". More interesting stuff.

Zorgon could really point you in the right direction if he drops by.



posted on Aug, 3 2007 @ 07:42 AM
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Originally posted by bigfatfurrytexan

Originally posted by ebe51
I have a question about antigravity.
Is there a theory for it?
I know there is a gravity "A" and "B" wave, but what's mechanics behind it?


This should get you started. Air Force Research Laboratory, Los Alamos National Laboratory.......go through the list and see what you like:

www.thelivingmoon.com...

There is lots of stuff here. If you poke around LANL and AFRL you will find the 'good stuff" that the government has been working on. Imagine what they DON'T show us.

also, Google "Joseph Biddink". More interesting stuff.

Zorgon could really point you in the right direction if he drops by.


I ask only because I have my own antigravity theory which I've heard from other people including Stan Deyo it was pretty good.

Thanks for link, I can't wait till have a few to look it over



posted on Aug, 5 2007 @ 02:51 AM
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Have you read "The Day After Roswell" by Philip Corso? And did you ever meet Mr. Corso?



posted on Aug, 5 2007 @ 11:09 PM
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John, during your career did you ever fly into Kai Tak? I was reading about that now defunct airport and it's tricky approach. There are some exciting videos on You Tube of landings into Kai Tak. Do you have any memories of particularly harrowing approaches? What are your thoughts on the phasing out of ground-based NAV aids in favor of a strictly GPS based system? With China having the capabilities of obliterating satellites, a GPS only system makes me a little nervous. I hope to god they don't do away with ILS.



posted on Aug, 6 2007 @ 09:57 AM
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John, during your career did you ever fly into Kai Tak? I was reading about that now defunct airport and it's tricky approach. There are some exciting videos on You Tube of landings into Kai Tak.


Hello Rotoplooker. Yes I flew in Kai Tek many times. I was based in Bangkok when I flew for TMA (Trans Mediterannean Airways) in Beirut. The regular run eastbound was Bangkok-Hong Kong-Taipai-Osaka-Tokyo. Yes it was a challenging approach in weather and it always had crosswinds.


Do you have any memories of particularly harrowing approaches?


Not in Hong Kong. The three most challenging approaches were Latacunga, Columbia (tucked into a valley surrounded by volcanos, always at night and always raining.) Guatalmala (short, downhill, slippery, surrounded by volcanoes, weather, always at night) Mexico City (always at night, wet, short, and always had one reverser dmi'd.) They weren't harrowing as such, just that when I was younger I enjoyed the challenge and when I got older it was just a plain in the butt.


What are your thoughts on the phasing out of ground-based NAV aids in favor of a strictly GPS based system? With China having the capabilities of obliterating satellites, a GPS only system makes me a little nervous. I hope to god they don't do away with ILS.


I have a friend (ex-Naval Academy) who teaches sailing and celestial nav. We often talk about the GPS system and how easy it would be to disable it. If it were disabled we'd (the airlines) would have to quickly get inertial nav units back in production and use celestial nav in the short term. Many airliners have IRS (inertial reference systems) which are slightly different from Inertial Navigation Systems. Since I have been out of the loop (aviation-wise) (I know, I know my whole life!) I am not sure if IRS would work standalone. Let me check that out.



posted on Aug, 6 2007 @ 01:49 PM
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Hi John

Always a pleasure to read through your responses. I just have a little comment; Latacunga is in Ecuador, if you are referring to Colombia, you could be talking about Pasto, horrible approach, or Popayan, just as challenging, both situated high up the Andes.

Cheers

Camilo



posted on Aug, 6 2007 @ 05:56 PM
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Originally posted by Camilo1




Hi John

Always a pleasure to read through your responses. I just have a little comment; Latacunga is in Ecuador, if you are referring to Colombia, you could be talking about Pasto, horrible approach, or Popayan, just as challenging, both situated high up the Andes.

Cheers

Camilo



Thanks for the correction Camilo. Latacunga is indeed in Equador. Sometimes we'd would stop in Quito going in or going out of Latacunga. Sometimes we would be so heavy out of Quito we would take just enough gas to get to Guayaquil and take on fuel there.



posted on Aug, 6 2007 @ 08:11 PM
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Originally posted by johnlear




Many airliners have IRS (inertial reference systems) which are slightly different from Inertial Navigation Systems. Since I have been out of the loop (aviation-wise) (I know, I know my whole life!) I am not sure if IRS would work standalone. Let me check that out.




Yes, IRU's (I called them IRS but that is an old name) are standalone and are usually triplemixed which means update each other.

The problem is that you cannot make a precision approach (an approach in weather to minimums) with an IRU even if it is triple mixed. It is not accurate enough.

But GPS is. So that is why they are phasing out VOR's, NDB's, marker beacons and ILS's and let GPS do the whole job.

One problem. One or several EMP blasts and no more GPS.

If there were ever a major conflight and the enemy wiped out the GPS system the airline industry and every other airplane user would be in a world of hurt.



posted on Aug, 6 2007 @ 09:05 PM
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Ok if all planets in our solar system harbor some form of life of varying tech levels. Why haven't some ham operator or someone else picked up on there tv show? Or why wouldn't there be people out there like us that try to reach out and contact other races? To me it seems logical that some alien kid sitiing down with his laptop or whatever and try to beam out a message to earth in order to get a reply. Obviously the PTB cant scramble every transmission that comes from space, could they?



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