Originally posted by doobie12488
who ever believes the hologram theory or any other theory proposed by john lear is not thinking. what credentials does john lear have that
makes what hes saying even possibly true?!? NONE! hes an attention craving old man trying to make himself popular through the stupidity and ignorance
Thanks for the post doobie12488. Many would agree with you and some would not. Those that would not agree with you would be those who developed the
holograph projector. They had a lot of fun with those projectors, I remember one story of a middle aged couple (they drove over to my house the next
day and told this story) which happened in 1987.
This couple were driving late at night from Ely to Las Vegas, They had taken Hiway 6 to Warm Springs and then 375 (this was before it was named the
Extraterrestrial Hiway) Hiway 375 cuts down north of Groom Lake. Groom Lake is about 25 miles south of 375 at the closest point. Bald Mountain sits
between 375 and Groom Lake and you can see a facility and a number of antennas at the barren top of this 9300 foot mountain.
Anyway, this couple is driving along late and night and just south of Rachel (this was before Joe and Pat started up the Little Ale Inn) they started
up the grade to Coyote Summit. As they crest the summit there smack dab in the middle of the road is a huge, about 10 foot tall, full color and
brightly lit Wile E. Coyote with his thumb stuck out like he was hitchhiking.
There was no time to swerve and the couple drove straight through Wile E. Coyote like he wasn't there. There was nothing there.
The incident so unnerved the couple that they pulled over to the side of the road to calm themselves.
The next morning the lady called me and asked if she and her husband could come over to talk and she told me that they had had a frightening encounter
north of Groom Lake.
They came over a little before lunch and told me the story. Of course I told them that what they had seen was a holograph. I had heard about the
holograph development but had never known anyone that had seen one.
This was in 1987. About 10 years ago in 1997 a friend of mine who was a scientist for Lockheed in Sunnyvale was driving to work with a friend down the
Bayshore Hiway from Los Altos Hills. From out of nowhere a huge Boeing 747 type airplane flew over their car at about 500 feet southbound. Both men
looked up at the airplane flying south and couldn't believe what they were seeing because all airline traffic usually goes north into San Francisco
and also it seemed too low for normal traffic. They watched it for about 10 or 15 seconds when the airplane instantly disappeared. My friend said it
was like turning a light off. This was in broad daylight about 8:30 in the morning.
Of course what they saw was a holograph.
So doobie12488 when you say:
hes an attention craving old man trying to make himself popular through the stupidity and ignorance of others
You are correct that I am old. I will be 65 on December 4. And you are partially correct about the attention craving. I don't actually crave the
attention but it is kind of nice. But I would take exception to the "trying to make himself popular through the stupidity and ignormnace of
I have taken quite a bit of flak here lately on ATS so if I am trying to make myself popular I need to seriously reassess this effort and quit saying
stuff like the Boeing 767's that hit the WTC were holographs and the moon has a breathable atmosphere and people live on Venus. This makes people
angry, much like yourself because they can't believe this stuff is true. And what makes them the angriest is that if it ever turns out to be true
they are the ones that are going to look like less than knowledgeable people having been taken to the cleaners hook, line and sinker by the perps.
So anyway thanks for the post and your input, it is truly appreciated.