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Originally posted by MrWizard
reply to post by GreenBicMan
It would be great if you could anticipate the moves and make a living that way. I tried commodities but it scared me too much. Made a little on penny stocks. But right now Buffet is really getting my goat on this BNSF merger. But you don't want to hear about that.
I've come to my views on UFOs over many years. I have a physics background and have worked on advanced aircraft on defense programs and satellites but I can authoritatively state that I never saw even a hint of UFOs during all my years of top secret work. It sometimes even makes me laugh when I read internet articles about supposed antigravity drives on systems I worked on where there were none. Where I did see one was on a camping trip and it made moves that could not be made any known technology. It could accelerate to thousands of miles an hour and then stop and change direction on a dime with no apparent inertia.
That was over 30 years ago and it began a life long curiosity of what that thing was. And the answer has changed everything I knew about history and government and why things exist as they are today.
The key that unlocked the door was Die Glocke, the Nazi Bell. When I understood that it was a doomsday weapon then it became clear as to why they can never reveal what UFOs really are. What I found was a particular way of looking at things that when looked at in that light it made perfect sense. Otherwise it did not.
Originally posted by SpeakerofTruth
Ok, you have sufficiently summed up won't you don't believe. I gleaned from your numbered list that you don't think UFOs are physical objects. So, Mr. "Wack job," what exactly do you believe?
Do you think they are psychic projections, or what? Anyone can say what they don't believe in, but, Mr. "Wack job," I'm asking you exactly what do you believe in.
Originally posted by Norio Hayakawa
When my late skeptical mother told me that she had once observed a typical "flying saucer" hovering over a railway station during broad daylight, I believe her.
Without going into detail of what Ben Rich reported said at one time, there are two sides to every story.