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Originally posted by Drunkenparrot
Robert Hastings, you must be having a real hard sell for your part of the echo flight nonsense these days.
For anybody interested in facts, google James Carlson echo flight, it makes for an interesting read.
Originally posted by Robert Hastings
How silly. So, every nukes-related operation will be monitored by UFOs? Not likely. So you didn't see anything. So what? Go to my website www.ufohastings.com, and read the audiotaped testimony of those veterans who did. My list here is but a small excerpt from the total number of known events.edit on 29-4-2012 by Robert Hastings because: (no reason given)
The author of this article, James Carlson, is the son of Captain (Retired) Eric D. Carlson, the commander of Echo Flight on March 16, 1967. All of the details and descriptions of events and reports that his father would have been witness to have been confirmed by him as accurate.
In an effort to get to the bottom of all this and make sure everybody had all sides of the story, RU’s Ryan Dube took it upon himself to dig through all of the claims and counter claims and this resulted in a number of articles published right here at Reality Uncovered (shown below).
He interviewed, – for the first time anywhere – one of the two key “witnesses” in this case, James’ father Eric Carlson and also helped to facilitate the dissemination of James’ correspondence with the other key witness, Walter Figel.
With all of this information to hand, it was now much easier for everyone to make their own minds up about the case and not have to rely on dubious sources or rumour:
For the past few months, I've been following, off and on, the speculations surrounding FE Warren's 319th Missile Squadron's loss of communications with all 50 of it's Minuteman III ICBMs back on 23 Oct 2010.
Robert Hastings has apparently been in the fore front driving the most wildest of those speculations citing from the obligatory "anonymous sources" that a cigar-shaped object was seen hovering in the vicinity of the 319th's flight area.
Hastings "exhaustive" quasi-conclusions can be read on numerous blog sites including Frank Warren's UFOChronicles website. Hastings latest can be accessed at Frank's site using the provided link: www.theufochronicles.com...
Hastings has proven an old James Carville axiom to be aptly valid: "If you drag a fifty dollar bill through a trailer park, there's no telling what you'll come up with." (I'm paraphrasing here, but it's fairly accurate from Carville).
And the green glow the crew witnessed as the UFO allegedly flew over their helicopter came from the tinted glass at the fringe of the cockpit. The red glow of the UFO was that of the surmised fireball.
Google Video Link
Hansen continues, “CSICOP can accurately be described as a propaganda organization because it does not take anything approaching an objective position regarding UFOs. The organization’s stance is militantly anti-UFO research and it works hard to see that the news media broadcast its views whenever possible. When the subject of UFOs surfaces, either in the news media or any other public forum, CSICOP members turn out rapidly to add their own spin to whatever is being said. Through its ‘Council for Media Integrity’ CSICOP maintains close ties with the editorial staffs of such influential science publications as Scientific American, Nature, and New Scientist. Consequently, it’s not too hard to understand why balanced UFO articles seldom appear in those [magazines].”
Originally posted by Unity_99
Originally posted by Xtrozero
Oh you don't do you, well I most certainly do and believe most skeptics fall into that category myself and a host of others as well.
The vast majority of people on all the polls are believers by the way.
So to actually want proof of something or debunk something means you're a disinformation agent? The internet is teeming with disinformation very little of it from the sceptical crowd.