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Dr. Salla (Exopolitics) unmasks ET

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posted on Jul, 11 2007 @ 02:43 PM
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On a more serious note, using a bit more real science and a lot less "moonbeam" hocus pocus, here is Dr. Salla's latest article (11 July 07) on trying to apply physics to understand the typology, activities, and even the motivations of extraterrestrial civilizations.

Interesting reading if you're so inclined...

enjoy...




posted on Jul, 11 2007 @ 04:01 PM
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It's all very speculative but an interesting read.

I don't think energy dependence in Type O would completely explain the more sinister allegations in abductions though. If you need some natural resources for energy, I don't know how you would travel from light years away and then do medical tests on humans, unless sperm is the new energy source we've been waiting for


I do like the way Salla divides the agenda in relation to technology of a given species. The more advanced the civilization, the less material needs and as a result the less manipulation needed to survive. Interesting correlation which is common sense in a way, but when applied to the UFO phenom makes sense.

I enjoy reading those types of attempts to put it all together in a somewhat scholarly way minus the tangible evidence with is inherently missing in Ufology.



posted on Jul, 11 2007 @ 06:28 PM
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A very good read thanks for posting this.

I never knew that Tesla was developing ways to extract energy from the ionosphere, imagine if we had that technology. To think that some organization would subvert his research is infuriating!



posted on Jul, 11 2007 @ 08:59 PM
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Oh yes, EE...

I believe there is much about Tesla's work that has yet to see the light of day. Unfortunately, IMO the powers that be on this planet have been suppressing startling and evolutionary technology known to a select few for tens if not hundreds of years. And that's just the human-engendered stuff...

I'm sometimes ashamed to claim membership in the human race...

Thanks for your post...



posted on Jul, 11 2007 @ 09:42 PM
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My coworker recently read a book on Tesla and said he was definitely into trying to create this type of technology if he could get the funding

I think he mentioned that JP Morgan who although helped finance Tesla's non renewable energy work, wouldn't fund his 'free energy' related work because of the financial structure inherent in 'Free Energy'. I think I might have this totally wrong so if you are interested I would definitely look for a reliable bio on Tesla, I'm sure there are many on Amazon.

I seem to remember hearing he was working on this and had some great theories and maybe some basic tech, but I don't think he had a fully usable free energy machine like some claim. But that's based on what I think I remember reading and hearing from my friend, which in the UFO world means it's fact




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Quoting - Please review this link

[edit on 12-7-2007 by 12m8keall2c]



posted on Jul, 12 2007 @ 07:35 AM
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More science? Let me laugh.
Salla is a xenophobe. With as much fairy tales as my Grandma.
Stay away from that guy.



posted on Jul, 12 2007 @ 06:04 PM
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Originally posted by ETDisclosure
Salla is a xenophobe. With as much fairy tales as my Grandma.
Stay away from that guy.

That's the best example of the pot calling the kettle black I have ever read. Actually both Salla and Kaku provide a level of discourse on the issues of ETs that make Greer look like he's on a soapbox at the kindergarden playground. You owe it to yourself to read Kaku's paper on extra-terrestrial civilizations. After Mothra and Mr. Roddie these two guys are a breath of fresh air. Thanks Outrageo for pointing this out. What we need in this field is more science and less fantasy and cult behavior.

(P.S. Mission Viejo)



posted on Jul, 12 2007 @ 06:11 PM
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Originally posted by schuyler
That's the best example of the pot calling the kettle black I have ever read. Actually both Salla and Kaku provide a level of discourse on the issues of ETs that make Greer look like he's on a soapbox at the kindergarden playground. You owe it to yourself to read Kaku's paper on extra-terrestrial civilizations. After Mothra and Mr. Roddie these two guys are a breath of fresh air. Thanks Outrageo for pointing this out. What we need in this field is more science and less fantasy and cult behavior.

(P.S. Mission Viejo)


Michael Salla carries more disinformation than 10 of the worst UFO abduction supporters out there.
Unfortunately, he is also associated with the exopolitics movement, which I do care about. It really sucks.




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