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We bet the UFO crowd will go gaga once they hear about this new Wiki thrust. They need something, anything, to keep their delusion alive.
Originally posted by MonsantoTriffid
Now how much time do people waste on UFO’s and I mean really waste on discussing bogus claims etc. Now if you could simply discuss cases with verified facts, but maybe unresolved explanations wouldn’t that be better? If you could spend your time doing some sort of useful and credible analysis wouldn’t that be more useful?
During my career I have had the responsibility and privilege as an editor of accepting or rejecting somewhere in the neighborhood of a thousand articles in a prestigious astrophysics journal. This does not conclusively prove, but certainly indicates, that I recognize good science when I see it.
From such sources, certain possibilities have made it through my credibility filter and now reside -- like Schroedinger's cat -- in kind of an unresolved mental superposition of quantum states having both the eigenvalues "true" and "false" and no operator around to collapse the wave function.
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Thousands of workers were exposed to dangerous levels of radiation, often hundreds of times stronger than the limits of the time. Dozens of communities were contaminated, their air, ground and water fouled by toxic and radioactive waste. The risks were kept hidden. In some cases, they have remained so."
So began a lengthy expose revealing a major government secret that involved thousands of individuals. It was published in USA Today on September 6, 2000. The truth had been successfully kept secret for 50 years.
I have the impression that we may be confronting intelligent consciousnesses with vastly more developed abilites to control and shape physical reality. Modern science has painted itself into such a materialist reductionist corner that it could not, at present, deal with that. Having set itself in such opposition to what it disparagingly labels "the supernatural" it would have a very hard time coming to grips with a reality in which the natural and the supernatural are just the red and the violet ends of a vastly rich spectrum of creative potential for consciousness to use.
Originally posted by tristar
reply to post by InfaRedMan
Just curious now, since you have gained the momentum and since we are well aware of who is who, obviously..!, at which point should we interact ? , Given that your post attracted some virtual benefits that have no bearing in real life, although i am interested as to your intentions.
Originally posted by DocEmrick
I would postulate because 99% of the UFO's that are seen are test-aircraft, and that there is no outlandish conspiracy. If aliens do exist and are visiting us, the government just simply is not aware of who they are. They may know they're there, but they can't explain the phenomena.
Although, from my postulation, I guess another question arises...if these black projects do exist, why aren't people disclosing them? Probably because they're so high up, that every body that works on it does not know what it is working on. Regardless, this is a great thread that some of the loonies will try to answer.
Originally posted by arizonascott
reply to post by judgedrewdy
"they are just watching the world like an ant hill in a glass tank"
That statement is the absolute truth and the only response that pretty much says it all!
Originally posted by MrUnkown
It seems to me that there are many coming forward, just look at the roster from the disclosur project? The problem is the powers that be have done such a great job of making the masses not even care.
Originally posted by headb
All I can contribute to your discussion, sir, is that I do not believe that all conspiracies can be uncovered by wikileaks. Especially really deep ones that concern the origins of man and true history (perhaps?).
Wikileaks is designed to attack other conspiracies that are easier to digest (and somewhat obvious) such as the killing of innocent Iraqis.