posted on Aug, 2 2010 @ 08:21 PM
When this story first broke, I just knew that someone would eagerly rush to post the thread and that they would do nothing but provide the link so you
could go read the story yourself. I seriously anticipated that few, if anyone would see what was wrong with this story. So, I decided to run a test
on my own, because I thought that perhaps, I am too critical.
I waited eagerly for 7 days and a gazillion pages later of postings to the thread and no one saw what was there from the beginning. I pondered day
after day why no one was commenting or actually doing some investigative follow-up and that is when it dawned on me that ATS has lost that
investigative curiosity among members and contributors that it once was.
Seven days later and many wasted postings later and all I seriously got from reading all the many threads started on this story was that ATS has
turned into a chat room with no patience for those that truly seek to look at why things are the way they are. I myself ponder ever posting again.
Why bother I ask?
Well, I could say that I am disappointed with ATS, but it’s the membership that has done the deed and in that regard, I am posting this example of
what a ATS responses use to be like to real conspiratorial stories and such. It is how others would get those small kernels of gold that lead to the
truth and share them with the membership and others so interested.
The best theory of what happened should have come in after the 5th or 6th reply on the first day the thread was posted. Instead, I am made to feel as
if seeing what others do not, that it somehow makes me weird, but that is who I am and when a story such as this broke, I thought for sure someone
would go the distance.
Well, no one did. That is what brings me here to show what I theorize caused the damage to the Japanese M-Star Tanker on July 28, 2010. It is
speculation and conjecture of the best kind. It is the type that can be believed and further investigated.
I read the M-Star article which anyone can do, and I looked at the media photos released to support that story. With the Navy and other agencies
investigating, they concluded that they could not determine what caused the damage to the hull. They commented in their press releases that no metal
on metal contact was determined on the surface of the damaged area etc.etc.
As soon as I read the link and viewed some photos was when I suspected “Cosmospheres”. It is old Star Wars technology that the Russians
perfected. As such, the Russians are most suspect in this damage report to the M-Star, but whether that damage was intentional or accidental is
anyone’s guess. It could have been a new Orb pilot that is still in training, but for anyone that has read or studied Cosmospheres, they are of
different sizes as reported and pretty much linked to the Russians. Anyone wanting to read some good stuff should look into Cosmospheres.
Anyway, let me close this out by stating that a picture does convey a thousand words and in this case I honestly believe that the damage to the M-Star
could have been done by nothing else but a “Orb.
Let me show you the two pictures that say it all. If I have to explain it any further, you missed the point.
Take a look and see for yourself. It may not be all scientific and such, but as things go, it is a good start in the “Right” direction.
Enjoy the photo evidence to my theory. I did and by the way, M-star is M=13, so it would read (13 Star) if you’re looking for even more conspiracy.
Enjoy the photos.
Damage Theory: Cosmosphere Orb Contact
This to me shows that a "Orb" is very likely the cause of the damage.