posted on Feb, 22 2011 @ 08:40 AM
reply to post by goatfish
I would say in this instance the argument is that the child wasn't doing some kind of skilled, black-ops work. That was done by those who allegedly
In this case I believe the idea is that the children were essentially guinea pigs, test subjects.
I'm not saying this case of project pegasus is or isn't true, but to say the kids were doing the black-ops work is kind of a misappropriation. Yes,
you could say in this case they were involved, but did they create or design the alleged machines? Or did they get punched through to test the
accuracy of a work in progress?
Also, I think it's important to note that Basagio may or may not be reporting experiences of his, but that will never prove or disprove project
pegasus. A defamation of someone's character does not
rule out the existence of the subject they refer to.
How do you expect to get proof on a project that is as top secret as our government can get? That defeats the purpose. If Basiago was saying that he
can time travel at will and has a machine at his house, it would be reasonable to say, show me some evidence.
But seeing as he is claiming to have been involved in these events when he was a child, it's kind of hard to go back and tell his child self to grab
Why would a kid bring a souvenir if he was transported to a civil war time and scared completely out of his mind at what the heck was going on?
Proving my story to ATS would be the last thing on my mind.
I'm sorry but there would just be more important things to think about.