Originally posted by rikriley
Chorlton, you have attacked John's credibility more then ever plus he is the guy you saw on the Moon and you said you could also see his hair. Were
you telling the truth about seeing John and his hair on the Moon or were you making it Up? Rik Riley
The Title of this entire thread is 'Is John Lear Spreading Disinfo?'
My reply was concentrated on that and my reasons for suggesting he wasnt.
When anyone with no Scientific or Photographic Bona Fides begins making wild speculation about Geological formations on the moon and other planets,
when they state that the Moon was put there by another race, when that person states that all the other planets in our solar system are inhabitted,
that the moon has a breathable atmosphere and that there is a 'soul collector' on the moon, that person, without any help or assistance from anyone
is setting themselves up as suggesting they know more than acknowledged science. When that person uses one solitary quote from a scientist from the
1850's to further his ideas, I think that person is grasping at straws.
And I havent even mentioned his ideas about an underground base at Dulce.
But John Lear has no credibility with respect to anything scientific or in relation to the Moon or photographic analysis of moon pics. He is an
acknowledged and accomplished pilot, as are many many other people in the US, UK and around the world. That fact, unfortunatley does not give the
person any more knowledge or credibility on extra terrestrial life than any other pilot or even anyone picked off the street.
John Lear's fame comes from the fact his father created a well known Jet plane. Indeed, he has spoken to some rather strange people with some equally
strange ideas as he has, but again, that does not give him any more credibility when talking about geographical formations on the moon than anyone
Of course Mr Lear has the right to come here or anywhere else and put forward his wild speculation, and, equally, anyone else has the right to speak
out against that speculation.
I believe John Lear truly believes in the ideas he puts forwards, hence he is not a disinfo agent. He just has a very active imagination.
As for the rest of your question: Are you serious?
[edit on 31/7/07 by Chorlton]