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World business leaders discussing ET/UFOs.

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posted on Jan, 13 2011 @ 06:32 PM
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Nice article I thought some of you would like. I have mixed feelings on Dr. Michio Kaku due to his recent denials of anything unusual about 30 mass animal deaths in a week (whereas it's usually 3-5) + the missile incident saying it was an airplane (despite no black box or confirmation), but thoroughly enjoy his views on quantum mechanics & physics (and ET civ types). I think with the mass animal deaths/missile incident he was just trying to keep people from panicking, so I can't hate on him for it.

news.exopoliticsinstitute.org...
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PS not too related, but the Zodiac sign also possibly changed today!
blog.zap2it.com...
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posted on Jan, 13 2011 @ 06:45 PM
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Cool, maybe they will realize the potential profit of disclosure.



posted on Jan, 13 2011 @ 06:48 PM
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Sorry OP, but most stories from Michael Salla and exonews are hoaxes.

If this was legit, it would be a fantastic story. But if you look at the originating source:

www.gcf.org.sa...

There is no mention at all of UFO's, even though the people mentioned will be attending. It is mostly a business conference, but because there are some people in the UFO realm, this story was twisted by Salla.

Gotta dig for references!


~Namaste



posted on Jan, 13 2011 @ 06:53 PM
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Look at the schedule on their website www.gcf.org.sa...

Then do CTRL + F and type in "UFO". You will see there is a scheduled meeting to discuss the topic of UFOlogy and extraterrestrial life.

"PANEL SESSION (MAIN PLENARY) – 02:00 - 03:15
Contact: Learning from Outer Space

Psychological and socio-cultural assumptions and preconceptions constrain us to a large extent, and shape our views of the universe so that we are inclined to find what we are looking for, and fail to see what we are not. Using knowledge gained from research in the fields of Ufology and the search for extraterrestrial life, what might we possibly learn about hindrances to innovation in other areas of inquiry?"


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posted on Jan, 13 2011 @ 08:04 PM
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If you actually belive that you are really gullible. That's just about as true as saying that I can be president an NFL quarterback, Supreme court, and discover and invent many things it's not impossible but not probable.



posted on Jan, 13 2011 @ 08:20 PM
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Originally posted by MasonicFantom
Nice article I thought some of you would like. I have mixed feelings on Dr. Michio Kaku due to his recent denials of anything unusual about 30 mass animal deaths in a week (whereas it's usually 3-5) + the missile incident saying it was an airplane (despite no black box or confirmation), but thoroughly enjoy his views on quantum mechanics & physics (and ET civ types). I think with the mass animal deaths/missile incident he was just trying to keep people from panicking, so I can't hate on him for it.


I find this comment very interesting. You have "mixed feelings" about Dr. Kaku because he isn't saying what you want to hear...
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posted on Jan, 13 2011 @ 11:15 PM
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Being a scientist i think Dr kaku has to stick with the accepted norms of evidenciary daata.
I mean there has to be quantified information and it must be proven to be accurate to some degree.
Many expoerts called the missle an aircraft, ie plane.
The Evidence being un confirmatory either way.....
As regards to the animal deaths, i believe that Dr kakus estimate was the correct scientific interpretation of events, and any other conclusions are speculative not concrete.
That being said, it has been discovered over time, that Dr Slla has been somewhat naieve in accepting at face value some unsubstantiated testimonies of dubious authenticity.Then turning around and refferring to them later as much more confirmed than they were.....



posted on Jan, 13 2011 @ 11:58 PM
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Originally posted by mentors17
If you actually belive that you are really gullible. That's just about as true as saying that I can be president an NFL quarterback, Supreme court, and discover and invent many things it's not impossible but not probable.


You didn't read my 2nd post apparently. www.gcf.org.sa... CTRL + F "UFO" you will see it's on their itinerary. Or do you think they made this entire website talking 99.9% about things unrelated to UFOS/ETS for years+ had 4 other meetings b4 this one in the past that it was all a scam just to throw in "UFOS/ETS" on a single day to fool you? Now -that- is "not probable". Their homepage www.gcf.org.sa... You will see they don't talk about UFOS/ETS, so why throw that in their itinerary all a sudden? Here's vids of their previous conferences, found on their website www.youtube.com.../u/1/cePztAIzmDk Do you think all these CEOs were in on this scam for years, just to trick poor lil you one day?

I present stats/research in DC & this is what the website we use looks like www.cur.org...
& when the events are coming up, that is exactly how the itineraries look. It's not fancy, it's not "wow", it's just to get the job done & keep things organized. Doesn't mean it's fake.


Originally posted by WingedBull
I find this comment very interesting. You have "mixed feelings" about Dr. Kaku because he isn't saying what you want to hear..

Calling an unknown object an "airplane" with full confidence despite 1) there being no black box evidence of it (easy to obtain) 2) No traffic controllers confirmed any airplane in the vicinity 3) an ex-ARMY general said "it's a missile" 4) it highly resembles a missile/perhaps space shuttle is highly questionable.

He needs to stick with talking about astrophysics (what I like him for & what his -specialty- is in), not warping stats (93 MAD PY vs 30 in a week..) or giving opinions on questionable photographs with no evidence or experience (not that he's not entitled to an opinion, but the fact many linger on the words he says should make him 2nd guess it). So he's likely compromised or trying to keep people from panic. Which actually, several of my colleagues agree w/me on & are people I respect quite a lot (college profs/high ranked Masons).

& why even pay attention to what Dr. Slla is saying? GCF has nothing to do with him. He put together the original posted link, but upon looking into it yourself, it's quiet easily verifiable.

PS here's original photographs of that mystery missile incident we are mentioning, in case anyone missed that. www.wired.com...
media.techeblog.com...
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posted on Jan, 14 2011 @ 09:47 AM
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"Global UFO expert Nick Pope"

Laughing my socks off....

Nick 'Free Lunch' Pope...

Perhaps he will bring soft porn ..sorry Paranormal investigator Emily Booth along for the flight.



posted on Jan, 14 2011 @ 09:52 AM
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Could this be another step by world governments to prepare the world for disclosure of ET life?



posted on Jan, 15 2011 @ 12:51 AM
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I do have to say that it seems odd that you would have Jacques Vallee, Stanton Friedman and Nick Pope featured at an event such as this. Say what you want about Nick Pope, but he is the only one on the list to have officially investigated UFO reports for the government of a nation. And Jacques and Stan are in the top ten of ufology. Weird. It's like having these guys speak at a conference of the NAACP. Why?



posted on Jan, 15 2011 @ 12:05 PM
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Originally posted by Orkojoker
I do have to say that it seems odd that you would have Jacques Vallee, Stanton Friedman and Nick Pope featured at an event such as this. Say what you want about Nick Pope, but he is the only one on the list to have officially investigated UFO reports for the government of a nation. And Jacques and Stan are in the top ten of ufology. Weird. It's like having these guys speak at a conference of the NAACP. Why?


Nick Pope ran the admin in that section but didn't investigate anything as far as I know, even if he did he initially said there was nothing he knew of out there and then the second people started putting cash in his hands the little weasel suddenly started saying he believed and became an 'expert'.

If people think Nick Pope is an expert then I'm sorry, you are backing the wrong man, see his new TV show for just how unbelievable this man has become in the search of cash.



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