It's a giant longshot, but bear with me. Here's a theory:
Wouldn't it be cool if all this monkey business (
) was a cover for some sort of alien disclosure? For those of you who say that news that big
wouldn't be disclosed on the History Channel, ponder this:
A while back, Stephen Basset gave the government an ultimatum of the end of May to disclose what they know about Extra Terrestrials, or his group
would take the matter into his own hands. Obviously it could have been a bluff, but what if it wasn't? What if he's got definitive proof of some
If that is the case, and his hope is to disclose without the government's approval, maybe going to a channel like History isn't such a bad idea.
Obviously History's got plenty of interest in stuff like this and they're also a little more off the radar. At the end of the day, History's gotta
find a way to make money off this, so they have to put on this big advertising campaign.
But in order to keep it a secret, so that the government can't find some way to suppress this information, they use this fossil as a cover, and start
leaking that the "Global Event" is going to be about that.
Who knows? Maybe it is, but maybe they aren't telling us the whole story about it, and maybe it's only one small part of this event.
It's something to think about. I doubt it'll be this, but there's gotta be more to this than just that fossil, because I don't think they'd hype
that as much as they are.
Does this also mean the cake is a lie?
[edit on 17-5-2009 by Soldat401]