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posted on Jan, 4 2008 @ 12:21 PM
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Welcome back, johnlear,

And let's all wish each other a better New Year!

Hope your celebrations were happy, and your family, and you, are well!

Cheers!




posted on Jan, 4 2008 @ 12:27 PM
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Originally posted by johnlear
It took you more than 10 seconds to respond to my first post so I posted the general idea in another thread to get your attention.


Jesus, John, do not obsess with my person, s'il tu plait. It's not normal to compulsively post if you don't hear from me in 10 sec.

In fact, jokes aside, I don't trust the motivation you presented here. In my view, you are trolling for attention and created a compendium of densely packed misconceptions and misleading facts that is convenient for cut-and-paste delivery to multiple fora, in the fashion of spam. And that's what you did.



posted on Jan, 4 2008 @ 12:51 PM
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Originally posted by johnlear
Originally posted by MrPenny




Incredibly ironic, when you consider the concept of the "big lie" and its use by Adolph Hitler and the Nazi Party.

Pot: "Hey Kettle, you're black"......


trying to use my new 'quote and post technique'....not sure I get it yet. Testing, testing....



posted on Jan, 4 2008 @ 12:52 PM
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WW, try to see the tags in the text you edit. The "quotes" must be balanced, and you can further split the body by inserting a matching pair of BB tags.



posted on Jan, 4 2008 @ 12:52 PM
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Sorry, just a test of the 'Emergency Posting System'... bleep, bleep...

seems I deleted the wrong part, but that's how one learns, no?



posted on Jan, 4 2008 @ 01:04 PM
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Back to real questions for johnlear...

There is a separate thread relating to some of the ATS innovators' trip to Roswell. I have seen promos on the History Channel to, well, 'promote' a new series in February that focuses on UFO discovery.

To Capt Lear: perhaps you won't wish to answer this on an open forum, especially since negotiations are probably underway...but is there any thing you can say?

Thanks



posted on Jan, 4 2008 @ 01:14 PM
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Originally posted by buddhasystem



Jesus, John, do not obsess with my person, s'il tu plait. It's not normal to compulsively post if you don't hear from me in 10 sec.


First of all BS don't call me Jesus or Shirley. Second, that will be 'vous' to you. Merci. Third, I don't compulsively post if I don't hear from you in 10 seconds. Thats just a long time for you to wait to respond to any of my posts.


In fact, jokes aside, I don't trust the motivation you presented here. In my view, you are trolling for attention and created a compendium of densely packed misconceptions and misleading facts that is convenient for cut-and-paste delivery to multiple fora, in the fashion of spam. And that's what you did.


Your opinion is noted and even welcomed. Persons of all faiths are welcome here even those who believe in mainstream science.



posted on Jan, 4 2008 @ 01:19 PM
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Originally posted by weedwhacker



To Capt Lear: perhaps you won't wish to answer this on an open forum, especially since negotiations are probably underway...but is there any thing you can say?

Thanks



I hope it doesn't include me. I am sick of talking about UFO's and I rarely post on any threads where UFO's are the topic.

My interests are primarily secret space stations and gravity and atmosphere questions on the Moon.



posted on Jan, 4 2008 @ 01:34 PM
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OK, got it!!

And, by the way, your clever reference to 'vous' versus 'tu' is hilarious!...thanks!!

Oui, je parle un peu d'Francais...tres un peu!!!

Obvious how bad my French is isn't it? You are always fun to chat with, Capt Lear. I repeat my invitation, BTW...would be great to meet you in person one day...

Best of health, again, to your wife and familly, et al...your wife speaks French, n'est pas? I remember you mentioned that before, and I think it's cool.....



posted on Jan, 4 2008 @ 01:34 PM
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Originally posted by johnlear
Persons of all faiths are welcome here even those who believe in mainstream science.


Yes, but spammers aren't. Which was my point.



posted on Jan, 4 2008 @ 01:43 PM
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Originally posted by weedwhacker




Best of health, again, to your wife and familly, et al...your wife speaks French, n'est pas? I remember you mentioned that before, and I think it's cool.....



Thanks weedwhacker. My first wife was French but Adam West (Batman) claimed her in 1967.

My present wife of 37 years is from Mississippi and speaks southern.



posted on Jan, 4 2008 @ 01:51 PM
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Originally posted by buddhasystem




Yes, but spammers aren't. Which was my point.



Well if that's what you call spamming let me respectfully suggest you get used to it.

You are not going to get away with your rag tag interpretations of universal laws, which you arrogantly call 'mainstream science' forever.

But thanks for the post.



posted on Jan, 4 2008 @ 02:01 PM
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Originally posted by johnlear
Well if that's what you call spamming let me respectfully suggest you get used to it.


Yes, I call it spamming when a forum participant cuts and pastes identical large piece of pre-fab text in two different threads of the forum in rapid succession, and I wholeheartedly decline your suggestion that I become accomodated to this shameful tactics.


You are not going to get away with your rag tag interpretations of universal laws


I'm not getting away from anything, and much less from laws of physics. That's your specialty, John.


But thanks for the post.


You, too.



posted on Jan, 4 2008 @ 05:26 PM
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mississippi is the answer you are looking for

I noticed you did not answer my ques about your thoughts about Reagan and Grenada or the Golden triangle.....I am not luring you I really want your opinion.

By the way I noticed you are into the space station stuff I recently heard the newest ver of KH could be manned...... I thought that myself once..that brings a ton of other questions to mind...space sickness... personnel recovery....retro burns...determining collision avoidance....what do you think?

[edit on 4-1-2008 by birchtree]



posted on Jan, 4 2008 @ 05:43 PM
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Originally posted by buddhasystem
Yes, I call it spamming when a forum participant cuts and pastes identical large piece of pre-fab text in two different threads of the forum in rapid succession, and I wholeheartedly decline your suggestion that I become accomodated to this shameful tactics.

Buddhasystem, perhaps you are not familiar with how internet forums operate.

If you have a complaint with a particular post, then you are free to use the ALERT button that is located at the bottom of that post. This will alert the moderators to any serious breach of the T&C, where they may take further action.

However, what you deem to be spam is probably very different from what the moderators will deem to be spam, so you should consider whether or not you will be wasting their time by alerting them.



posted on Jan, 4 2008 @ 06:33 PM
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Originally posted by birchtree




Back to grenada, what are your thoughts on why US Medical Students were doing on a Communist Island.

Do you think Regan was responding in grenada so he did not look impotent for not responding in Beirut (remember he said that he would not let things slide after Carter and the Iranian Hostage Crisis).

Wasnt it just a red for red trade out, just what was really going on there, because we both know they might of been able to land a backfire there but it was way too small for any bears or blackjacks. What is your Opinion, you were A-listing around that time.



Here's what Stephen Zunes of Global Policy forum has to say. I agree with him.


The major justification for the invasion was the protection of American lives. Reagan administration officials falsely claimed that the island’s only operating airport was closed, offering the students no escape. In reality, scores of people left the island on charter flights the day before the U.S. invasion, noting that there was not even a visible military presence at the airport and that customs procedures were normal. Regularly scheduled flights as well as sea links from neighboring Caribbean islands had ceased as of October 21, however, though this came as a direct result of pressure placed on these governments to do so by U.S. officials. Apparently, by limiting the ability of Americans who wished to depart from leaving, the Reagan administration could then use their continued presence on the troubled island as an excuse to invade. The Reagan administration admitted that no significant non-military means of evacuating Americans was actively considered.

A second major justification for the invasion was the reported Cuban military buildup on the island. President Reagan claimed that U.S. troops found six warehouses "stacked to the ceiling" with weapons that were earmarked for Cuban military intervention in Central America and Africa. In reality, there were only three warehouses that were only one-quarter full of antiquated small arms that had been confiscated a few days earlier by the coup leaders from the popular militias. Furthermore, Grenada was a most unlikely place for the Cubans to have stockpiled arms: Grenada is three times further from the Central American isthmus than is Cuba itself and only marginally closer to Cuban bases then in Angola, more than 12,000 miles away

Why, then, did the United States invade? Many believe that Grenada was seen as a bad example for other poor Caribbean states. Its foreign policy was not subservient to the American government and it was not open to having its economy dominated by U.S. corporate interests. A show of force would cause states with similar leftist nationalist ideals to think twice. If a country as small and poor as Grenada could have continued its rapid rate of development under a socialist model, it would set a bad precedent for other Third World countries. In short, Grenada under the New Jewel Movement was reaching a dangerous level of health care, literacy, housing, participatory democracy, and economic independence.

This invasion was also an easy victory for the United States eight years after its defeat in the Vietnam War and just two days after the deadly attack against U.S. forces in Lebanon. It established the precedent for "regime change" by U.S. military intervention and served as an ominous warning to the leftist Sandinista government in Nicaragua that the Reagan administration could go beyond simply arming a proxy army like the Contras and actually invade their country outright.

It also led to a sudden rise in President Reagan's popularity, according to public opinion polls. Despite the fact that the invasion was a clear violation of international law, there was widespread bipartisan support for the invasion, including such Democratic Party leaders as Walter Mondale, who would be Reagan's Democratic challenger for the presidency the following year. (In his successful challenge of incumbent Connecticut Senator Lowell Weiker that year, Democratic Senate nominee and future vice-presidential candidate Joseph Lieberman attacked his moderate Republican opponent for having raised Constitutional objections to the invasion of Grenada.)


www.globalpolicy.org...



posted on Jan, 4 2008 @ 07:00 PM
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Hello again John, I don't know if you missed my post on the last page or not, but I'd be interested in your answer to it, even if that answer is 'I don't know anything more about it. I'd just appreciate a little of your time for an answer, as I'm not sure you've said anything else explicit about that area of the subject before...



posted on Jan, 4 2008 @ 10:18 PM
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Originally posted by Vector J


So John, I realise that you may have just been told this and indeed know nothing more than the quote itself, however I was just wondering about your ideas around time regarding this?

If they have gone back several time to 'fix' something, and only made things worse, and yet clearly we all recall only one history, how is it that they are able to recal the previous histories in order to go back and change them?

If you were only told that and have no underlining understanding of how that would work from a time-space-whatever point of view, then fair enough. But if you have any theories on that, I'd love to know. Thanks!...


The original quote came a scientist friend of mine.

All I know about time is the speed of time is proportional the gravitational flux, that is, the more intense the gravity the slower time passes.

If you were to create an intense gravitational field around yourself, time for you would stop. Time outside the field would continue on normally.

When you turned off the gravitational field around you, time for you would begin again but in the time period that had been moving along while you were in the intense gravitational field. In other words, you had gone forward in time, without having to have gone along the time line yourself.

The problem of going back in time is infinitely more difficult not only in getting there but getting back. The problem being that you can go back in time but you will on another time line as your timeline will have already occurred.

So you can go back in time and kill your father but you will still be there.

I don't know how you get back to your own time but I suppose that it can be done.

All of these concepts have covered in books and movies and TV shows.

A few months ago I came across an interview that Camelot did with an alleged Livermore physicist Henry Deacon (not his real name.)

In part Deacon says:



There's a project called Shiva Nova at Livermore which uses arrays of giant lasers. These are huge lasers, huge capacitors, many terawatts of energy, in a building built on giant springs [extends his arms to show the size], all focused on a tiny tiny point. This creates a fusion reaction which replicates certain conditions for nuclear weapons testing. It’s like a nuke test in lab conditions, and there's very powerful data collection focused on that point where all the energy is focused.

The problem is that all extremely high-energy events like this create rips in the fabric of spacetime. This was observed back in the early Hiroshima and Nagasaki events, and you can even see it in the old movies. Look for what looks like an expanding energy sphere, and I can send you a link to show you. The problem with creating rips in spacetime, whether they're big or little, is that things get in that you don’t want to be there.

Things get in?

Things get in. Things that we all know about that are discussed on the net a lot. Beings, and influences, and all kinds of weird stuff, and I can tell you they’ve created big problems.

What kind of problems?

[pause]

The problem of their presence and then what happens next. The other problem is that if you’re creating rips in spacetime you’re messing with time itself, whether you mean to or not. There have been attempts to fix that, and it all results in a complicated overlay of time loops. Some ETs are trying to help, and others, others are not. When predicting futures, we can only talk about probable and possible futures. This is all extremely complex and very highly classified. Basically, it’s just a huge mess. We've opened Pandora’s Box, starting with the Manhattan Project, and we haven't yet found a way to deal with the consequences.


www.projectcamelot.org...


If I hear anymore I will let you know.



posted on Jan, 5 2008 @ 12:36 PM
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John,

Does the Philadelphia Experiment, Project Rainbow, Project Monarch, and the Montauk Project have anything to do with temporal rifts and attempts to repair/exploit them, or to your knowledge does it begin and end with Degaussing? I know these started out as Navy projects, but would you be willing to comment on them anyway?



posted on Jan, 5 2008 @ 03:27 PM
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Thanks very much for the reply john. Thats pretty much exactly how I view time and our ability to traverse it beyond simply naturally living through it...




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