posted on May, 13 2009 @ 10:35 PM
That was a generally good episode.
Thanks for searching out AUTEC, I did a little search and couldn't find anything. I also search the Appalachian UFO Reporting Center or AUFORC (I
live in the Appalachian Mountain area of Tennessee) and couldn't find anything on that either, their web page doesn't work any longer, maybe they
shut it down due to lack of funding.
I think think that hth UFO and extra-terrestrial documentary type shows are going to be the best bet in getting knowledge out to the general public,
since the average person responds better to documentaries.
I also thought the scuba diving section of the episode was pretty neat. Right angles can be formed underwater in nature though. There was the
underwater place that looked like a temple of some sorts and they said it was naturally fomed, although it looked man-made and extremey well
The segment where they followed the cable to the oceanic drop off was pretty cool. Would be nice if they had like a deep ocean sub to follow the
cable and find out where it goes.
There is no telling about the clouds causing time-travel with all the electricity and things going on up there.
Again, very credible people and former employees of the facility in question come forward with their knowledge.
I think it would definitely be worth it to try to engineer a vehicle that could stay submerged in ultra-deep waters for an extended period of time.
With the lack of population on the oceans there is no telling what is going on below and above the surface.
Hopefully before our time in the flesh is up we will all get the answers we deserve. I say deserve, because if you pay taxes and the government uses
them for black projects, then you have the right to know.
Also you can watch passed episodes of UFO Hunters on History.com
The newest episodes aren't on there yet, but you can find them on youtube.com
[edit on 13-5-2009 by esteay812]