I don't watch CNN, so I miss Larry King. But my mother called me and I caught the tail end of the show. I've watched the entire show on the
website, and took a few notes. I really think disclosure is close. Now I'm wondering how this entire bashing of Larry King, who was an unkown to
me, every started. It was a really good show, with extremely good selection of participants, especially in the first part. And for once "Science"
didn't appear quite as Scientific as it should, and more obviously a cover up.
In the first part concerning the ufos disabling warheads, Bill (the scientist) who admitted the sightings of military staff were real, and that the
sighting just prior to 10 warheads malfunctioning (which never happens) was a very strange coincidence, (and though the craft was seen very low and
very close to the personal who saw up), and though he was quickly informed about numerous other cases, with many witnesses to craft, he claims these
coincidences being consider et are not science. "in science thats not evidence". Science is a method of enquiry, so its seems he's mixing up
science with credo. Naturally, science would wish to investigate many coincidences as an inquiry into their nature. What I recognize in his wording
is a meme, an attempt to trigger the glazed eyed knee jerk response to ignore all evidence and continue your business.
"it is Bill's contention that yes, people have sighted things, yes there are reports, but we don't know there are unidentified flying objects from
In other words, when we see or witness anything, we are not to think with our own minds, or make sense of the natural world (though this our nature)
but instead like very small children, should wait until our superiors (ie. government or years later science reaches a conclusion) Our minds are
imcompetent. Our judgments invalid, unless they say it.
"as we say in science, the simplest explanatio is often the best one" bill again. Well if your looking at a disc and advanced maneuvres the
simplest explanation is that ets are aboard. It takes mental acrobatics and strange aerial maneuvres with the mind to twist it into non-obvious
His argument was that due to some declassified cia documents, which he couldnt refute, that this belief that many people have that government is
hiding ufo info is due to the government inadvertantly releasing false information.
I absolutely loved this line in the show from another clip: I love this line : the government claimed this event never happened. Who are you going
to believe? Your lying eyes, or the government.
Later, over a thousand people in Arizona witnesses a mile long boomerang craft flying very lowly over the houses that you could have hit with a rock,
even the governor of arizona(a pilot and a former captain in the airforce) saw the huge, low flying boomerang craft. Bill said "flares". The time
was apparently wrong for the flares though.
Really credible show. "Psuedo-Science" looked kind of like a cover job. I say psuedo, because real science is cool,not stupid.
What would you do if you saw one of these things:
"First of all i would take a picture of it, a good one." Bill
I've seen many good pictures and films, some nasa, some citizens. Every time, someone tries to debunk it. What he just said there is a meme to make
kneejerk debunking of all evidence. Its done all the time on this forum, and others.
Now while I was watching it when the retrieved craft and bodies of et were mentioned briefly, I had a sudden thought about the entire negative et
thing that is associated with underground bases and our shadow people. If our cloning is as advanced as disclosures have said, then we probably
cloned our own ets from the downed personnel of the crafts.
But the actual ets, the ones with advance technology that disable our warheads, and kidnap people, but do not harm them, and tell them to look after
mother earth, seem to the ones our governments are cautious about.
The poll, informal, but quite large, showed over 3000 respondents, 89% believed that the government was hiding ufo information from the public. I
don't think theres as many sheeples as people contend.