posted on Jul, 6 2010 @ 04:19 AM
Very interesting read to say the least. I will definitely continuing reading, so please post more - regardless of what some people say, there are a
lot of us who want to read more... even those who call hoax are going to read the rest, trust me
One thing I would like to say though is, is that just because the military is using anti-gravity propulsion units to do whatever business they're
doing these days (and have been doing), that doesn't mean there isn't ET life, nor does it mean there isn't ET life visiting us as well.
A lot of us have known/thought that the US military (and others) have been working on what we call "UFO's" for some time now. I know they're
using craft's that we have no knowledge about, and for the most part they may be using these crafts to make us believe ET crafts are flying above our
heads, or maybe in conjunction with them to confuse us... I do not know but I do agree that the military is using advanced technology probably 50
years ahead [or more] of what the public is seeing (at least in some of the higher top secret facilities). It's a shame some of us will never even
hear about, nor see these advanced technologies in our lifetimes. If we were a more peaceful race, I believe we'd be sharing knowledge rather than
hiding it from one another - and as someone else had mentioned earlier on in the thread an education from college doesn't = intelligence. I have yet
to finish college myself but know I'm much smarter than a lot of other people (I'm not saying this to gloat). What I mean by this is basically "2
heads are better than 1" - someone with a PhD in Physics may find themselves being helped by someone with no degree whatsoever, but who has done
their own research for free because [for example] they were unable to attend school because of money, or some other reason.
I know that I have spent a lot of time researching topics that interest me and that I know a plethora of information in those fields and probably
could easily get a job in said fields, but because I have no degree, I cannot do so. But that is our society, and so we must have a piece of paper
that cost $100,000's of dollars...
But that doesn't mean I have no respect for those who are educated, because I definitely do.
Anyway, I will always believe in ET life no matter what I'm told, that doesn't mean I don't believe the OP it just means we have the technology
that some people have seen in the skies and have talked about for decades. But I do wish to hear more and look forward too it, S&F
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