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Originally posted by hoghead cheese
It sounds like on the UFO front that Hermann Oberth and Braunn knew alot more about aliens and alien technology and where giving hints if not outright statements of fact that weren't followed up on. Also I want many of you to follow this research and my line of thinking. Have any of you heard about how rotation effects the mass or of an object. I believe Braunn knew about it because he was the one that started NASA in rotating it's craft when being launched in orbit. He saw a difference when a rocket was launched and didn't go into a specific orbit window, and on top of that not only didn't it go to that window it went much higher while it rotated. I think there is something to it.
Originally posted by Amagnon
To stay on topic;
"If an untidy desk is the sign of an untidy mind, what then is an empty desk a sign of?" - Einstien
Yes - there is something to it. It is due to the probability the the vacuum is not empty, but rather a fluid.
Eienstien was a poster boy to introduce relativity which excludes a fluid vacuum. Dayton Miller's ether drift experiments (3 decades worth) where swept away on the propaganda of Einstien.
Ask yourself - why is Einstien so popularized? Is it to keep relativity alive and to discount the reality of a fluid filled vacuum?
It seems highly likely to me that it is the case.
[edit on 18-10-2009 by Amagnon]
Originally posted by Unlimitedpossibilities
reply to post by Ray Amuro
You know. I remember people, especially on ATS, wondering why Obama looked so worn out and very fatigued after his first few days in office. Some said Obama found out that he really was NOT going to be in control whatsoever, and that he had become the next puppet of the special interests.
I think I lean towards that idea. He may not have totally believed it before. But he was in the senate before being president so he must have known something was up I.e. lobbying. Maybe Obama did not think the corruption permeated all the way to the presidency? I don't know.
[edit on 18-10-2009 by Unlimitedpossibilities]
Originally posted by Redneck from Hell
Excellent thread, really interesting.
Quite thought provoking.
Will save this for later, but I have a question.
If men like Eishenhower knew about the fact that a few men control the US, why couldn't he do somthing about it. If a group of bankers controls my country, and I'm the president, what stops me from putting an end to it?
The positions these " few men " hold are as imaginary as the president, in a sense that the power is given to them by us. So why couldn't he do anything about it!!!?
Originally posted by m4ng4n
I often think about this when i see videos of the STS missions where objects float in space.
What if they´re not ships but living beings?