posted on Dec, 5 2012 @ 12:42 AM
reply to post by Chargeit
He looked perfectly healthy to me. Not very old either. I have an extremely hard time believing he simply died of natural causes. The timing is too
much of a coincidence for me to ignore. I get the feeling they killed him because he was starting to talk to people about things he really shouldn't
be talking about, and they were worried about what he might tell Jesse.
There's nothing hard to believe about specialized EM waves capable of disrupting biological functions, the science is perfectly plausible. And I tend
to believe the claims made by Dr. Bell when I consider his history. Regardless of what nonsense was spun into this episode, the situation surrounding
Dr. Bell is a whole other thing which needs to be looked at separately from Hutchinson and all the other crap.
It's easy to give the illusion that something has been debunked by discrediting people or claims which are only connected to the original person or
claim indirectly, but it's not a valid method of debunking something. The research and claims made by Jesse in this episode need to be looked at
separately from what Dr. Bell said and what really happened to him. His death has red flags all over it.
We're not trying that hard to hid our directed energy weapons.
Once again, that video shows a laser, not a directed EM energy weapon. Two COMPLETELY different things.
edit on 5/12/2012 by ChaoticOrder
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