reply to post by SplitInfinity
Originally posted by Xoanon
In the meantime, all of us that are thinking that nitinol and composites and the whole ben Rich thing are for real may want to take a deep breath, somethin's going on but it is looking like 'us' again.
Have we decided then that Ben Rich's alleged death-bed confessions are a crock of #e?
Originally posted by Slave2Fate
Why are so many people talking about Corso as some sort of whistle blower when Stanton Friedman, one of the biggest Roswell proponents, publicly denounced Corso and his book? Friedman said there were over 90 errors in Corso's book. Over 90...that isn't a slight oversight.
Don't get me wrong, Friedman isn't what I'd call objective (to put it mildly) but when an ETH proponent of his stature criticizes a peer then it probably should be considered relevant.
Originally posted by framedragged
...you were offered a more hands on role in the project, at which point you were told the awesome story you enjoy hinting at?
Originally posted by SymbolicLogic
reply to post by Krusty the Klown
Thus proving that this analogy has significant flaws. I wonder if you had a similar agenda in that regard?
Originally posted by wutz4tom
reply to post by Bedlam
Hey Bedlam, I'm thinking you just posted something interesting , but Im having trouble making heads nor tails of it?
can u elaborate?
Originally posted by Bedlam
Originally posted by signalfire
I gotta go with 'yes'. Col. Philip Corso's book 'The Day After Roswell' puts an end to the speculation all by itself, unless you think that people with the ear of the President of the United States and the highest level security clearance possible are delusional and can continue in their jobs for 30+ years that way.
And yet, you've recently seen a book with minor MINOR procedural and tactical secrets in it have every book purchased and destroyed by the DOD. You've seen a SEAL ostracised for the same thing. But you believe Corso can write a big expose of extremely compartmented info and nothing nothing at all happens.
If you were technical, you'd see the Corso book as the piece of garbage it is. Likely Corso wore clown shoes for you as his last service to the country. How better to get you to keep buying the whole "UFOs diddit" thing? Greer and his bunch, same.