posted on Jun, 26 2007 @ 07:37 PM
Originally posted by mbkennel
It's a dreadful hoax. Way worse than Titor or even early Serpo.
The "science" sucks and is written at a level for high-schoolers. No answering any useful question.
And 'inches'? So, they're gonna talk about in English units irrelevant crap about how big it is in the report, rather than what the physics and
effects of antigravity is?
It's like having a report of an Alien autopsy and featuring how your hot dog you had at lunch smelled better instead of any analysis of ET physiology
[yes I am a scientist]
[edit on 26-6-2007 by mbkennel]
Remember that this "Issac" has more documentation. I guess I don't buy your take on measuring the items. So, are you saying that for this to be
'believable' that they should have measured in cm?
This is just part of one report.
I'll go out on a limb and say that if this is true disclosure then I am extremely excited about it. I would expect that disclosure would come from
someone who is not in it for themselves and not interested in making a buck. I think most folks who have come clean do so because they want a clear
conscience. No different here.
And I am taken aback by the sheer importance of this technology. To think that the symbols interact with the substrate which result in an effect. My
God, think of the advancement in computing/technology if we could actually produce it. You can tell I'm a big free energy buff, but it could be a
This makes perfect sense now with the strange writing on the Roswell craft debris. Jesse Marcel Jr. was just on Coast to Coast the other night and,
once again, recounted his testimony of how his father brought home debris from the crash site and Jesse Jr. described the beams with the strage
writing on them. It would seem logical that the Roswell craft used the same substrate and symbols.
I wonder if Linda Moulton Howe could ask Jesse Marcel Jr. to look at the "language" used in the drone pictures to see if it is indeed similar to
what he saw in 1947.