I have been aware of David Adair for some time now. Like my threads, this one will soon be full of people with no vision, imagination, or ability to
try to understand something that does not fit into their little compartmentalized world. They cannot be geniuses, so they assume that nobody else can
either. Against the backdrop of history, David Adair checks out.
I bought the video "David Adair At Area 51" back when it came out a few years ago, and really enjoyed it...Can't say for certain whether all he
says is true or not, but I was highly intrigeued by what he had to say. His story is fascinating IMO.
First time I seen his drawings of the "alien engine"...The man can seem folksy...but, his background fits...he was in the papers back in the
day...the one thing I found wrong that he said...that is 1970-72 there were no hand held calculators..please...in 1969 my teachers would not allow
us to use them in class...we had to show how we got the answers....but, other than than...I want to trust that he didn't embellish...to much...
Well i dont know: Sep 1971 Bowmar, a manufacturer of LED displays, introduces the 901B, perhaps the first true pocket calculator, possibly the first
with an LED display, and certainly the first manufactured in the U.S. $240.
i just got done watching his video on video.google.com from the other thread where he speaks about seeing an alien craft at groom lake, and my
god.....stories of being a 17 year prodigy in groom lake and blowing up rockets on a whim? sounds like a pathological liar to me
- you cant find squat about him on the internet aside from his ufo claims
- if you watch that same interview...around the middle when the interviewer asks him what the general told his parents after bringing him back from
area 51.....(which is a really genius way of outing a liar) ...his response is someting like "well he uh....he told them....he said it would just be
up to me" and then kind of bypasses the question and goes on telling his story
obviously the type of response you'd expect from someone who's making things up on the spot....
I first became aware of David Adair in this thread here on ATS about a week ago www.abovetopsecret.com...
Now there are several active ones..If you do a search many turn up. Just goes to show ya that you don't know everything.
He does come across as believable but so do a good number of used car salesmen, politicians, lawyers..
Simple matter to prove..he says he corrected Stephen Hawking math..OK get a physicist have him finish a classic proof somethign like that- then he has
credibility- now he is a good story teller.
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