posted on Feb, 27 2012 @ 01:42 AM
reply to post by Gazrok
I read 'The Day After Roswell' and, to be honest, I got the impression that what had actually happened was:
Col Corso had written his original military memoirs which he got the endorsements from Senator Thurmond and others for.
He was then told by his publisher that he would probably sell 3 copies, all to his family. When Corso mentioned he was involved with the foreign
technology desk his publisher asked if he had heard anything about the "Roswell Crash". I suspect his reply was "What Roswell Crash," to which the
publisher replied "Shame, if you had any involvement with that, that would have been a best seller."
Then the revised Corso memoirs containing all this recovered alien material nonsense appeared, endorsements were withdrawn etc. I think this book is
so full of holes you could use it as a colander. We "are fighting a skirmish war with extraterrestrials", bull#! Anyone with an IQ score greater
than their shoe size is smart enough to know that if we were fighting ANY kind of war with extraterrestrials we would get creamed. No contest.
It becomes obvious very quickly that Corso has a very poor understanding of physics, bending gravity around the craft with an electro-magnetic field,
bull#! Fiber optic cables that are hollow could never work, not as fiber optic cables anyway, more bull#.
As for his adopted motto "Be sure you're right, then go ahead" I can only assume this relates to generating book sales, change the content so that
when you tell your family and friends it will sell, it does, and if you claim you were involved with Roswell and/or alien technology, you'll be
I would drop this Roswell time machine nonsense in the same basket, bull#! Money making exercise, nothing more, nothing less.