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Originally posted by Lexion
Originally posted by Sekhemet
And dont forget, we dont even use 10% of our brain yet,
Oh, really ?
You are quite incorrect. The Truth
Old Wives Tales don't cut it, on ATS.
Originally posted by The Cyfre
He calls Stephen Hawking "Stefan Hawkins" which struck me as odd, it's not like people saying nuclear incorrectly as nucular if you know what i'm talking about.
Reading Byrd's link, two things stood out to me immediately.
1) He says Groom is an AirForce base. Incorrect.
2) He calls it "Area 51". This is a map designation, not the bases name.
If he were so involved, as he claims, he'd know these simple facts.
Originally posted by kronos11
Holy friggin kr@p... I have never heard of this before. He's telling the truth!! I am a former abductee and I was taken aboard a ship that, I was told, was a living organism that have a lifecycle and are raised for the sole purpose of interstellar travel. The Native Americans have in-depth knowledge of these ships and they have a name for them - manisolas.
Originally posted by Byrd
Originally posted by DarkOps
Anyone have info on whether this guy is bunk or not? Entertaining story if nothing else.
I'm gonna say "bunk."
Part of it's based on this (which is more detailed about him):
* He claims to be an ongoing European Space Agency consultant.
* He says he built and flew (at White Sands) a fusion rocket in about 1971.
** that means he had to have government observers and permission
* He said it worked perfectly the first time and on subsequent trials.
Okay.... so why haven't we had fusion rockets even for small things like missles, eh? If the government saw it, they'd want it. He couldn't hold onto a secret like that.
We seem to still be using solid and liquid fuel rockets.
I see no proof of his claims... and I bet Hawking would deny knowing him or looking at his equations.
Originally posted by LateApexer313
Oh and another edit too because when I heard David Adair tell his story about his experience with Dr. Greer, when Adair was to testify in front of the Senate during one of the Senate briefings, I liked him all the more, telling about how Greer's people kept him a virtual prisoner in his hotel room and all the weird cloak and dagger stunts that went on, I found that all fascinating as well....just another insight into Dr. Greer, not in a positive light.
Dr. Steven Greer is not the "Bad Guy" in this story. He may have an arrogant air about him but that often is found in very high powered intellects as that is required for Medical Physicians of which Steven is. I believe that the Disclosure Project, as with all grass roots campaigns started out small and grew in momentum until it got big enough to catch the eye of the powers to be, in this case the Pentagon. It was then that Dr. Greer had a head on collision with the reality of the real covert community of which he was totally naive.
There were two major differences that surfaced in the pre screening between myself and the other witnesses. The first difference was that I had hardware contact inside a top secret Air Force base and the other that I was minor in age when they took me there. Big mistake on the Air Force's part, the Constitution of the United States prohibits signing a minor to a National Security Oath. As one high ranking official refer to me in the Congressional Briefings was that " I was the worst loose cannon on the deck."
When Dr. Greer sequestered me away from everyone, I believe he did not have any choice in the matter. It did not make sense for him to do that when he had worked so hard to get me there.
Originally posted by weedwhacker
reply to post by Pjotr
Thanks, Pjotr for finding this thread and giving it new life....I find it very interesting. have yet to watch the whole video, but the first minutes made me say 'wow' when he discussed the magnetic field fusion engine.
Sorry if others mentioned this, or have already debunked it, but that is just as interesting as 'living' spaceships.
Speaking of living spaceships, anyone ever see the TV series 'Farscape'?
I hear it's coming back to wrap up loose ends after its abrupt cancellation some years back.....