posted on Jul, 22 2008 @ 09:00 PM
Originally posted by tiger_tts
Agreed - also this is much more credible than an "eye witness" sighting. These guys were serious military personnel with special clearances gained
through their record of reliability. This was their job, there were interviews, debriefings, reports etc. for some and for others the order that
"this never happened" (and psych reviews I'd bet were done at some point for a lot of the guys). This is why I think the Disclosure Project is so
compelling - a bunch of sober, reliable people with long track records, discuss what they did and saw on their jobs and sometimes their entire career.
Not simply a one shot unexpected wow experience.
Yes, and in fact if these men had to appear in court for any other reason their testimonies would be greatly appreciated and respected.
Back to that video. Bill Nye is a Scientist. So he should have disproved all of these men scientifically which he could not and did not do. Anyone can
merely say the "you weren't there so you can't prove what you saw" crap.
He thought it was just mere chance that these nukes went out the same time as UFOs were spotted around the base. But he could not back this up with
science and reason that all 10 went out which is impossible on their own. I highly doubt they have all the nukes on the same power grid for starters.
And as the guy on there said, they have back up generators and such.
He also pulled out that lame 'freedom of information act' sheet where he tried to explain how they simply black out the names of people's addresses
and telephone numbers. I mean why the hell would he even say and do a stupid thing like that when time after time after time, we have seen these
papers with the entire page blacked out except for a sentence here and there. It seems he was just on there to cause friction so I believe that's why
Larry King has him on there unfortunately. He's not a good debater when it comes to UFOs.
About his example and the camera on every street corner. Sure that example would work if we had a camera on every street corner staring at the sky.
The truth is, it isn't the same comparing it to many people owning video cameras. I mean, how many people carry around a cam corder. And I'm talking
about a really good one that is able to take sharp footage. Not many I'm sure. We all have crappy cell phone video cameras at our reach most of the
time so is why any object looks terribly out of focus. It's not like the UFOs are everywhere and when they do show up,
A) They have to be low enough to get a good view.
B) Be near your home where you may keep your video cam.
C) Remain long enough for you to get your cam corder.
All of these things put together are still pretty rare. And when excellent footage does show up, people doubt it because it's too good. Or it's
inconclusive as to what it is even if it's clear as a heck so it still remains a UFO. Saying it's intelligent life from another planet would be
impossible to admit for any skeptic. Even me to be honest if I were looking at one clear video that can't be proven a hoax. But when you put every
story, picture, testimony from good reliable sources, it is not so hard for me to say it after all.
[edit on 22-7-2008 by Veritas Aequitas]