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"UFOs and Nukes"

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posted on Nov, 18 2010 @ 01:58 PM
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A video of my recent UFOs and Nukes press conference, with subtitles, is at:

www.youtube.com...

My follow-up interview with CNN's American Morning show is at:

www.disclose.tv...

--Robert Hastings

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posted on Nov, 18 2010 @ 02:07 PM
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Will there a video available of the lecture? That will be the only way that I could see it.



posted on Nov, 18 2010 @ 02:13 PM
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Rob i dont get why this whole issue of ufo agenda cant be pushed out onto every headline and news channel and be taken seriously somehow?, i mean isnt this the most important issue we have at this time?



posted on Nov, 18 2010 @ 02:13 PM
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Yeah me too, kinda wish I still lived in the UK.


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posted on Nov, 18 2010 @ 02:17 PM
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Its great to have you here at ATS Mr. Hastings. I enjoy much of your work. However, I find it unfortunate and disheartening you seem to just be using this site to advertise yourself and sell tickets and books. It discredits your integrity in this field. It would be great if you found some time to maybe have a Q&A with our members or even start a thread about your ideas/thoughts/theories on UFO/ET's and your experiences? I know we could just buy your book, but it'd be great to hear it directly from you here on our boards.

-Zig



posted on Nov, 18 2010 @ 02:19 PM
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No video of the lecture at Oxford is planned. No money to do that. I am making zero to speak there. My sponsors rented the hall out of their own pocket and also paid to fly me to the UK. I recommend that you view the video of the Washington D.C. press conference. That will give you a sense of the content of the program.



posted on Nov, 18 2010 @ 02:25 PM
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Mr. Hastings~

I never knew you were a member here at ATS!
I think you are one of the most intelligent, most 'real' people in this field.
Thanks for doing what you do,
it can't be easy.
And it is greatly appreciated by many more than you probably know.

Many thanks my friend,
it is nice to be amongst you.



posted on Nov, 18 2010 @ 02:45 PM
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Hi Robert,

I watched the Washington press conference and found it absolutely fascinating- undeniable proof of extra terrestrial visitation as far as Im concerned. Shame there will be no video from Oxford, but will be following developments of this story with interest. Lets hope the ET's are practicing de-activating our nukes for the best reasons (ie to save us from ourselves rather than preparation for hostile take over!!)

Do you have any evidence that this same sort of activity has happened at Russian or Chinese nuclear sites?



posted on Nov, 18 2010 @ 02:56 PM
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Hi Robert , nice to see you back again .
I recently started a thread on the Green Fireballs of the late forties early fifties and was wondering if you had any thoughts on what they were ?
I mention in the thread that you examine the link between the Fireballs and sensitive nuclear facilities in your book UFOs and Nukes , but it would be nice to get your thoughts in person .
www.abovetopsecret.com...



posted on Nov, 18 2010 @ 03:03 PM
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Zig wrote: Its great to have you here at ATS Mr. Hastings. I enjoy much of your work. However, I find it unfortunate and disheartening you seem to just be using this site to advertise yourself and sell tickets and books. It discredits your integrity in this field. It would be great if you found some time to maybe have a Q&A with our members or even start a thread about your ideas/thoughts/theories on UFO/ET's and your experiences? I know we could just buy your book, but it'd be great to hear it directly from you here on our boards.

RH responds: People in the UK who are interested in my work need to know that I am available. I don't get over there everyday, ya know? Any tickets sold will compensate my sponsor, Paul Parl, who has paid for the event. I suppose you think that doing something like this--flying to Europe, renting a hall, etc.--costs nothing, right?

As for my book, having researched UFO activity at nuclear weapons sites for 35 years, I thought that I had a right to publish a book on the subject. Silly me. How crass I am. Regardless, I have posted much of it at The UFO Chronicles website. Search for "Beams of Light", "Launch in Progress", "Recent Russian Newspaper Articles", "Lytle on Roswell", "Reporter Duped by UFO Debunkers" just to name a few excerpts.

Moreover, since you seem to think that I am in this for the money, I will also send you several other excerpts directly if you will email me at ufohastings@aol.com.

Re: my posting on this and many other websites' blogs, search the other threads and sites yourself. I assure you that I have been active in cyberspace. I didn't just show up at ATS today. In the past, when I have posted lengthy excerpts from my research, a reality-challenged individual named James T. Carlson spews his nonsense all over the place in response. I thought that I would give the ATS posters a break from that freak show and haven't posted here for awhile. I haven't checked for months, but Carlson is probably still at it, even though I haven't wasted my time responding to him lately. Please go to UFO Chronicles and read "The Echo/Oscar Witch Hunt" if you are interested in my formal retort to Carlson's lies and delusions.

Candidly, I would rather spend my time researching, instead of blogging, so I do it when I can. Off to the UK soon, so my presence here will be limited for now. None of this has satisfied you, Zig, I'm guessing. Oh well...


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posted on Nov, 18 2010 @ 03:05 PM
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Really?

It shouldn't cost anything, really. They must have an AV department at Oxford. The Universities around here do.

Recently we had an earthquake in Christchurch and Dr Mark Quigley has been giving public lectures which have been videoed. There was no charge for this and now they are freely available for people to view.

If you really have such an important message I'm sure it wouldn't be beyond you to at least try to organise a video, or is this yet another cynical money-making exercise?

I'm sorry I have had to say this, but when I see someone say it can't be done when patently it can, then I begin to question motives.

Otherwise, good luck for your lecture.
Can't wait to see the video.





posted on Nov, 18 2010 @ 03:17 PM
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aorAki, you don't understand. The university is not sponsoring the event. An alumnus rented a hall for it out of his own pocket. Neither he nor I have access to the school's video equipment or any other resource on campus.



posted on Nov, 18 2010 @ 03:22 PM
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I have read the many times J. Carlson has shown up anytime you post anywhere. When I noticed your thread today, I was wondering how long it would be before he shows up. I wonder if he has set your name up on Google Alert.

I hope you have a good time when in the UK. It's a shame there is no video planned. I have been following your work for years. Thank you for all that you do.



posted on Nov, 18 2010 @ 03:24 PM
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I am a very big 'fan' of your work Mr. Hastings, I apologize if I came across in any negative way. I appreciate all you have done in your life. Your experiences and knowledge are very well respected here at ATS. What I dont like about selling in the UFO filed is that when stories run out and they need something new, lies may be created to keep the cash cow fed. I will check out your links you provided me and will send you an email as I am very interested in any information or stories you may have. Hopefully you change your mind and join us for a Q & A on our boards sometime. I guess im the type of guy who believes no one should sell their UFO/Alien stories/Info and it may just weed out a lot of the lies and hoaxes. No one is forcing you to fly to the UK. Maybe you should create a video at home with your intended speech and it will save yourself some time and money? But heck, why miss out on some of the fine tea and crumpets across the pond eh? Once again, no disrespect and I hope to hear from you soon.


-Zig
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posted on Nov, 18 2010 @ 03:38 PM
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posted on Nov, 18 2010 @ 05:29 PM
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I'm fairly sure you could easily find an ATS member from the UK to attend and bring a camcorder if you wish. Asking costs nothing.

Sorry to hear about your bad experience with one person. Everyone on this topic gets that all of the time. It goes with the territory I'm afraid. You either ignore them and carry on or give up. They will always be there.

I've not yet read your book but I'll look for it tomorrow. Sounds interesting as the video's you linked leaves me with many question and also being not wealthy I can't attend these events. I find ATS the single best source of screened information and most other sites leave me wanting because there is no discussion or debate and lots of lies and fantasy. I'm serious about this so the debate process here is excellent at screening out the nonsense that makes up the majority of information on this topic. Don't judge us to harshly as you well know that most UFO info out there is contrived or pure garbage. We have to sift through a mountain of refuse to find the little needles of good info.

Good luck on your trip



posted on Nov, 18 2010 @ 06:05 PM
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Originally posted by Robert Hastings
aorAki, you don't understand. The university is not sponsoring the event. An alumnus rented a hall for it out of his own pocket. Neither he nor I have access to the school's video equipment or any other resource on campus.


Surely though, in this day of technology it would be relatively simple to find some one who is willing to do it...heck, even a voice recording? Or maybe the alumnus would have access (yes I did read your post) due to the fact he/she is an alumnus? Alumni should have access to common resources on Campus, such as the library, computers and AV equipment?

I just find it hard to understand and believe that it won't be recorded when the means to do so are in near ever western home these days.


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posted on Nov, 18 2010 @ 09:50 PM
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Gortex wrote: I recently started a thread on the Green Fireballs of the late forties early fifties and was wondering if you had any thoughts on what they were?

RH responds: I can’t say it any better than I did in my book:

Capt. Edward Ruppelt, first chief of the USAF UFO Project Blue Book, revealed that nuclear weapons scientists had once speculated in his presence that the green fireballs might be alien probes.

In his 1956 book, The Report on Unidentified Flying Objects, Ruppelt wrote of a very interesting group discussion in which he had participated at Los Alamos, early in 1952. He said that some of the scientists and technicians had been informally theorizing about the green fireballs and had proposed a rather startling explanation for the their origin:

"I was eating lunch with a group of people at the AEC’s Los Alamos Laboratory,” he wrote, “when one of the group mentioned the mysterious kelly-green balls of fire. The strictly unofficial bull-session-type discussion that followed took up the entire lunch hour and several hours of the afternoon. It was an interesting discussion because these people, all scientists and technicians from the lab, had a few educated guesses as to what they might be. All of them had seen a green fireball, some of them had seen several...

The speculation about what the green fireballs were ran through the usual spectrum of answers, a new type of natural phenomenon, a secret U.S. development, and psychologically-enlarged meteors. When the possibility of the green fireballs being associated with interplanetary vehicles came up, the whole group got serious. They had been doing a lot of thinking about this, they said, and they had a theory.

The green fireballs, they theorized, could be some type of unmanned test vehicle that was being projected into our atmosphere from a ‘spaceship’ hovering several hundred miles above the earth. Two years ago I would have been amazed to hear a group of reputable scientists make such a startling statement. Now, however, I took it as a matter of course. I’d heard the same type of statement many times before from equally-qualified groups..."

The informal discussion at Los Alamos is of course intriguing. That top nuclear weapons specialists would even consider such a radical idea as extraterrestrial visitors to explain the green fireballs would undoubtedly have shocked most of their scientific peers at the time, probably even today.

In any event, if Ruppelt’s revelation about the conversation at Los Alamos is intriguing, it is also ironic. In light of researcher Dan Wilson’s research [which is extensively covered in my book] as well as various declassified documents relating to the UFO-Nukes Connection, it seems arguable, in my view, that the appearance of the green fireballs—as well as the more frequently-sighted disc-shaped UFOs—was a direct result of the work the nuclear scientists themselves were doing at the Los Alamos and Sandia Labs, as well as at the Nevada Proving Ground. While the actual origin and purpose of the fireballs remains unknown, the available data are strongly suggestive of a link with atomic testing.

Wilson, who has extensively investigated UFO sightings associated with atmospheric atomic detonations in Nevada, has developed important information He writes, “I have examined various sighting reports made during the Buster series of shots, of fireball-like objects that were seen all along the trajectories of radioactive debris clouds after the tests, especially the Dog and Easy shots. Those were reported in many newspapers in Arizona and New Mexico and even in The New York Times. I have taken the time to plot out the fireball reports and they matched right up with the trajectories of fallout debris.”

They did indeed. I spent several weeks reviewing Wilson’s data and was quite intrigued. As we will see, the apparent correlation between the drifting radioactive clouds and the fireballs is startling, not only during the period of the Buster-Jangle shots, but also following several other atomic bomb tests occurring during the 1950s. On the face of it, it appears as if Dan Wilson has discovered an important but almost completely overlooked aspect to the UFO-Nukes Connection.

(As noted in the last chapter, the so-called “green fireball” objects were repeatedly observed in the skies of New Mexico, beginning in 1947, many of them sighted at or near the Los Alamos and Sandia atomic weapons laboratories. Similar, or perhaps the same phenomena, described as green or blue “flashes” and “streaks of light”, had been sighted in the sky at Fort Hood/Killeen Base, Texas, where atomic bombs were being stockpiled. At the time, Dr. Lincoln La Paz, a meteor expert at the University of New Mexico, had extensively studied the fireballs and ruled-out a natural explanation for them. In fact, declassified Air Force and FBI documents confirm that La Paz had confidentially informed the military and the Atomic Energy Commission that the fireball objects were probably either a top secret U.S. weapon of some sort, or a secret Soviet device sent into American airspace to spy on our atomic weapons program. However, despite La Paz’ informed view on the subject, a half-a-century later, no credible evidence exists to support either hypothesis.)

The documents Wilson sent to me, relating to the atomic tests in Nevada, had been declassified by the Defense Special Weapons Agency (DSWA) and the Air Force. Each report contained maps of the trajectories of the radioactive debris clouds after each shot, as measured at different altitudes, plotting their progress as they drifted over various regions of the U.S. in the days following a given test.

Wilson explained, “Before each series of tests, a Fallout-Monitoring Network of collection stations, at more than 50 locations across the United States, was set up to collect surface debris on trays with a sticky paper on them. The data from this network was used to create maps showing surface distribution of radioactive debris. Isolines were drawn on these maps showing the areas of contamination.”

Other radiation sampling, within the wind currents themselves, was conducted by research aircraft provided by the U.S. Air Force’s Special Weapons Command, as well as certain, deceptively-named “Weather Reconnaissance” squadrons, which actually were tasked with sampling drifting radioactive clouds—both U.S. and Soviet—all over the globe.

Along with the declassified technical reports, Wilson sent numerous newspaper articles about various fireball sightings which had occurred after one atomic bomb test or another, as well as a handful of declassified Project Blue Book reports summarizing a few of the sightings. I have to admit that I was startled by the number of apparent correlations, in case after case, where fireball sightings had taken place—almost without exception—at locations over which the drifting fallout had passed only a few hours or days earlier.

END OF BOOK EXCERPT

So, Gortex, based on Wilson’s excellent and ongoing work, I think it’s clear that the green fireballs were somehow related to the drifting clouds of radiation or, when seen at the labs in New Mexico, at sites where radioactive-related work was taking place. Beyond that, who knows?

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posted on Nov, 18 2010 @ 09:59 PM
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Blaine91555 wrote: I'm fairly sure you could easily find an ATS member from the UK to attend and bring a camcorder if you wish. Asking costs nothing.

RH: Good idea. So, I hereby ask those reading this, who live in the UK, who can attend the program, who are willing to tape the lecture, to contact me at ufohastings@aol.com. You won't even have to buy a ticket--although that will throw my entire money-grubbing, ulterior-motivated scheme into complete disarray.



posted on Nov, 18 2010 @ 10:15 PM
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Originally posted by Robert Hastings
Blaine91555 wrote: I'm fairly sure you could easily find an ATS member from the UK to attend and bring a camcorder if you wish. Asking costs nothing.

RH: Good idea. So, I hereby ask those reading this, who live in the UK, who can attend the program, who are willing to tape the lecture, to contact me at ufohastings@aol.com. You won't even have to buy a ticket--although that will throw my entire money-grubbing, ulterior-motivated scheme into complete disarray.


I cannot see why you have to go anywhere, why anyone has to rent a hall for you to speak at, etc. The same money that will be spent in the UK could be spent here (if you're American) for a small hall where you could have a token audience and the money saved from not flying, not being housed, etc., could go to renting a pro camcorder and operator, and bam! You have a video presentation that could be shown to an audience worldwide, sold, rented, etc.

Frankly, I've never heard of you or your work and the topic is not falling off peoples' tongues so, in actuality, it is of low interest. However, you must do what you must do but before I get interested in "UFOs and Nukes" I'd be more interested in "UFOs over Mexico" as that country seems to be a hotbed for sightings of all kinds of aerial objects and what we see are more in the tease category as no one has gone down there and done a serious full-length documentary.

Nukes? Who cares?

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