posted on May, 30 2011 @ 03:21 PM
Good Day K,
reply to post by Kandinsky
Happy holiday to all!
To add to your thesis, excluding the ETH, and ignoring the "freak-mutant-Mengele" War of The Worlds speculation; the logistics of the entire
business are unimaginable. Flying, in essence an advanced test aircraft (with "hover" capability)
thousands of miles "by remote control" no
less, in the aftermath of WWII would be a feat unto itself.
Moreover, both the US and its former ally rushed to acquire Nazi scientists (Paperclip), tech and etc., and "delivering" any of it to our soon to be
be cold-war enemy is nonsensical on its face.
Let us also not forget that beginning with Arnold (although there were earlier sightings) there were numerous sightings of "multiple craft" e.g.,
Washington, Oregon, California, Idaho, etc. Are we to believe that these were a "fleet of Horten craft" flying over the continental US?
Finally, if one ignores the "logistics" and assumes there was some shred in truth to the "freak-mutant-Mengele" War of The Worlds scenario (ad
nauseam); wouldn't logic dictate to either land or crash the vehicle in a major city (first in its path, i.e., on the coast) for the best "effect"
(an not fly around the country for weeks).
For those that make the argument that Jacobsen is a dullard and she simply was duped (with intent or otherwise), I say she is "crazy like a fox," as
all the controversy is a continuous "ka-ching . . . ka-ching" at the cash register!