posted on Jan, 2 2012 @ 10:15 PM
reply to post by Laxpla
I've listened to every interview with him I could find now; he states he blew up the one that he flew that day back at Area 51 because he realized
the government was planning on using one like it (if they could figure out how to build one) to be able to attack the USSR with something so fast,
they would be unable to retaliate. It would have neutered the MAD balance of power.
For the same reason, he had his father destroy the research papers while he was still in US custody at area 51 (prearranged code, he called him and
told him 'everything's fine' which was code for 'destroy all my research papers!). He has since made a living adapting space shuttle technology
to earth based uses and from his last interview just in November, www.charlesfrith.com...
retired or at least independently wealthy at this point; and also a bit depressed about the future.
On his website, he posts pictures of his science awards, contemporaneous newspaper articles about him, etc. Everything checks out as much as
possible. Contrary to some posters here, I think he's being absolutely honest. If this was all imaginary, he could have been writing great science
fiction all these years, instead he was working in the field... it *would* be nifty to get acknowledgment from Stephen Hawking that they had worked
together, though. I don't know if he's ever been asked, but before anyone takes the tack that 'sssuuuurrrrre, he met Stephen Hawking', keep in
mind that geniuses in physics and rocket science are a VERY small subgroup; if he was in the field at all, and especially a child prodigy, it would
have been a likelihood that they would have been brought together. I belong to Mensa and I cannot believe the number of what you would call famous
people I have met over the years, just randomly by being in conferences and at gatherings, and I'm not in any particular science-based field or well