posted on Sep, 28 2011 @ 12:05 PM
Originally posted by tomra
reply to post by Aloysius the Gaul
How can you guarantee they don´t?
There´s plenty of testemonials coming from people in the know saying that tech behind the curtain is far more advanced than what one might be able to
imagine. Don´t ask for proof because none will be given and so forth it remains a speculation. However, that does not equal it beeing BS.
Personally i have no first hand knowledge of any of this. I have to make up my opinion based on what i read and then listen to my gut feeling.
Testimonials from people whom have absolutely no standing, respectability or visibility outside of this very specific community of aviation conspiracy
Sorry, but those sort of testimonials do not do it for me - I have yet to hear an actual testimonial from someone who does not immediately come across
as a whack-job (please don't bring up the Ben Rich quote - there has been absolutely no substantiation that he actually said it, ever). You yourself
accept that no proof has ever been given, and no proof is likely to be forthcoming - and yet you accept the word of other people seemingly without
Show me the actual aircraft. Or show me actual reliable proof. Until either of those two things can be done, I'm erring on the side of caution.
A heck of a lot of stuff that is discussed in this particular forum, and in forums elsewhere just like it, are to my mind nothing more than
fantastical musings and "I want to believe" desperation's - because the reality is so much more mundane that its something people don't want to think
How long did it take the "Beast of Kandahar" to be captured in detail on film? A few days from the start of its deployment - and only a few months
since the project was started. Now tell me how Aurora and other fantastical aircraft of the same ilk have evaded being captured on film in detail for
the decades they have supposedly been flying outside of the restricted military testing areas? Someone should have come up with a good shot of Aurora
by now - its apparently been out there since the 1980s... But no, all we have is blurry half shots of stuff that might as well be a chicken flying,
night shots of "interesting" lights, noises and eye witness accounts from witnesses that have less credibility than a tripe sandwich.
The US lose a top secret stealth helicopter on a mission, and its all over the world news - the US lost many SR-71s in operation, again fairly
publicly. Are you telling me that the Aurora managed either one of two possibilities: a perfect flight record, or some very very secret crashes and
Sorry, but in my mind, Aurora doesn't exist. I'd love it if it did, but it doesn't. Its pure fantasy.
edit on 28/9/2011 by RichardPrice
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