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The Creative Activities and Research Experiences for Teams (CARET) program is designed to enhance undergraduate involvement and experience in research and creative activity. This funding program is designed to encourage and support faculty engagement in research or creative activity with undergraduate student collaborators using a team approach over two semesters (Summer-Fall 2007). The research or creative activity can be one project for all team members or multiple projects across students. Although it is not required, faculty in departments with graduate programs are strongly encouraged to include Graduate Research Assistants as mentors.
Originally posted by xstealth
Yeah this smells funny to me, I don't buy it at all.
Writing on a metal makes it perform? Come on now, thats the most far fetched unbelievable crap you could ever come up with.
Originally posted by keeb333
Anyone else notice a rough similarity between the 3 "semiphore" sections in the the drawing from the language primer and elements from some crop circles. It occured to me that (assuming, of course, that this is not a hoax) some of the unexplained crop circles out there might correlate with elements of thier technology.
Originally posted by greatlakes
Interesting and great find and post!
The linked site is so new, it isn't even spidered yet by google or in the cache there.
Lets try to research this palo alto research group, te ones sponsoring the papers on the caret program...
Originally posted by flyingobjects
I believe that the two "I Beams" shown next to the “antigravity device” are flap tracks for a small GA aircraft. I can see the cutter marks from machining. I would even suggest they were scrapped parts as the fillet radius wasn’t blended out. I couldn’t get the files to open but did read the program overview memo. I believe the memo to be fabricated as well. I have been on DOD programs, read and written these type of memo’s (not on alien technology) and there are key indicators that the author did not know what is acceptable to write and what is not.
Originally posted by Zenagain
After spending a grand total of a week on here reading threads, I have come to the conclusion that EBE's could come down, abduct the lot of you, provide genetic material to prove they are not of Earthly origin, take you in their ships on a tour of our solar system, then bring you to their home planet to live out the rest of your natural lives, and I picture a bunch of 60 something year olds, having lived their lives on this alien world, standing around in a group saying.....
"Omg! Such a hoax!"
There is nothing wrong with being skeptical, in fact, it is probably one of the higher watermarks of intelligence, but this concept of screaming "OMG HOAX!!!!11!11oneone!" is going to lead to you guys passing up the "real" information if it's ever released.
That being said. I read through the guys overview, and it sounds pretty consistent, well thought out and cohesive. The idea of writing in and of itself being a functional medium for change in the way he describes is fascinating, whether or not it's the truth.
:: Gets off of his podium ::