reply to post by HumansEh
Ah, yes.."convince the world". Sounds great, but what does it really mean? The "world" doesn't seem to accept first-person testimony,
photographic and/or video evidence, third person radar, etc. Why is that? Because the "world"'s perception is controlled by those who control
information dissemination and, in the process, carefully and strategically relegate some subjects(UFOs, aliens, etc.) to the "ridiculous nutjob"
category. At this point, we know electrogravitics and advanced propulsion and energy systems are not only possible, but have been in the R&D stages
Technology has developed at a fantastic pace, and, regardless of where you think the inputs have come from(i.e., recovered and back-engineered alien
tech, or just the progression of the investigation of physics), there is so much that has happened so quickly(and been so heavily guarded), that the
process of releasing information about these developments has been thwarted and arrested by "security" agencies within our government.
One hypothetical example: Einstein's E=mc2 equation. Popular discussions frequently assume the "c"(speed of light constant) means that's the
universal "speed limit", but, as they talk about the "space-time continuum", they don't actually accept time into the discussion, only space.
What if m=0? How would that affect the time reality of a moving mass? What if, as we eliminate gravity(artificially), the now zero-mass "object"
moves through time as well as space? How would our (government) scientists explain that to a world that, for a large percentage of the population,
believes the world is flat? Or to a U.S. population that contains 3 of 11 republican presidential contenders that believe in creationism, not
Richard Dolen makes a very good case for a breakaway civilization, those that have access to and control of vastly advanced technology(if you've been
in the employ of our g'ment, and I have, you know how easy it is to compartmentalize information). Why do you think Gary McKinnon was pursued to
such great lengths by the U.S.? He accessed the BIG secret, and unauthorized access was, and is, punishable by whatever penalties those in control
can muster. McKinnon was lucky, in that isn't a U.S. citizen, and he suffers from Asperger's syndrome, which the U.S. has used, defensively, to
cast doubt on his mental capacity and thus, on his veracity.
The U.S. government has been trying to extradite McKinnon since 2002. Among the data McKinnon accessed was a list of "non-terrestrial officers"
assigned to the U.S. Naval Space Command.
Previous efforts to "convince the world", most notably with Dr. Steven Greer's "Disclosure" project, have been submarined by the "media". For
years the U.S. intelligence community has placed operatives in strategic media positions to affect and control information and its dissemination. Up
to now this has been spectacularly effective. Ironically, the flood of information available on the internet has been all too easy to fake,
manipulate and obviate with relatively simple digital tools and messages.
"Convincing the world" how? Insider revelations? Sure, but they risk their personal security. "Death bed" statements? Easily dismissed("by
that time his mind was gone.."), and hardly noticed.
The only real way is to follow the money. Vast sums of taxpayer dollars have funded black R&D since the 40s, but "classified" projects are not
subject to normal accountability.
By the way, my friend's alien reality-related disturbances are rooted in his simple, rigid upbringing, and his military indoctrination and training.
I'm reminded of the story that Native Americans, when first seeing Columbus's ships, didn't "see" them, because of the reality shock...it
couldn't be possible!
I'm afraid that since Truman, when the National Security Act created the CIA(with NO oversight or control by the 3 branches of our government),
we've lost both access and control over the truly revolutionary technologies that have been developed on OUR DIME.