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Originally posted by Grifter81
reply to post by arbiture1200
Have you ever come across technologies which we on the outside would consider impossible? Er go they break, or seem to break normal physical laws?
Was Einstein right? Are the military etc way ahead in terms of physics? Are we on the 'outside' barking up the wrong tree somewhat where physics is concerned?
I'd also be interested to hear about any energy technologies you have come across. Are there more efficient systems for portable energy generation for example? Better than your standard petrol fired electricity generator anyway.
Originally posted by arbiture
Regarding De Glocha (spelling error), or The Bell, I never was involved with anything like that. But an interesting aside is there was indeed something like that involved the use of liquid mercury and possibly thorium (a radioactive and more common material then uranium, and can't be turned into a bomb as far as I know) In fact other then the fact there was something along those lines that was indeed taken by the USA after the war, I know only as much as you might have seen on the History channel. Sorry.
It has been suggested that what fell in the woods near Kecksburg PA in 1965, passed off as a meteorite was something "else". It was no meteorite. Trouble is I can't say honestly what IT WAS. What I can say is that one way to see if something is getting our attention, or just blowing smoke, is to look at military and certain agency activity surrounding what is called "an event".
Originally posted by arollingstone
reply to post by arbiture
To be honest this thread kind of reads off like an old man whose trying to tell his grandkids a bunch of stories but keeps getting lost. It's very incoherent and doesn't really say anything, anytime you start getting somewhere with a 'story' you jump onto the next.
And most the stories are merely speculative ramblings about war, anyone could come up with this. Furthermore, I highly doubt you personally ever prevented a war taking place..
Would you be willing to pick one topic and then elaborate more on it? I'm sure there are plenty of Cold War stories and facts that have since been declassified - why not talk about some of them? Cheers.
Originally posted by mbkennel
let's remember that the poster is apparently disabled with a neurodegenerative disease and entering text with some assitive technologies. I'm willing to give him a break on the writing style. It can be really hard and slow.