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Originally posted by Nohup
Originally posted by wisefoolishness
is this all just a coincidence, were humans naturally advancing that rapidly in technology?
Come on. Give human beings some credit for being incredibly clever.
Originally posted by spacevisitor
reply to post by Eurisko2012
Stanton Friedman is a very good researcher in my opinion.
And I think you are right, but I didn’t have it it yet in my possession.
I also must read “Witness to Roswell’ from Thomas J. Carey en Donald R. Schmitt sometime.
I have already heard that it is very interesting to.
I also can strongly recommend you the book “In League With a UFO” from Lou Baldin.
It is a magnificent book, with a very interesting and mind boggling “Non Fiction” story about the saucer you mentioned above.
Lou Baldin is the writer, and as you probably know he is on ATS under the name Sleeper .
[edit on 30/1/08 by spacevisitor]
I read Corso's book several years ago. There are some big concerns.
First, if this really happened, and we had these fantastic items recovered from the crash, why did they sit in some filing cabinet from 1947 until the early 1960's , and why did they put a colonel in charge of it?
I would think that since we have/had many very brilliant scientists with top secret clearance, some of them would have been given control.
Second, Corso tries to make people think that he was personally responsible for most of the advances over the last few decades, a scientific Forrest Gump.
I'm afraid, and I hesitate to speak of the dead, that the late Col. Corso may have imagined his experience. Given the age at which he wrote the book, it is not unusual for someone with dementia to truly believe that experiences they've fabricated, actually occurred. I am not saying he was a liar, just perhaps a poor soul with dementia.
I personally believe that we're not the only sentient beings in the universe. However, I do believe that evidence exists that most of the inventions mentioned were well on the way to development long before 1947.