posted on Apr, 9 2013 @ 10:44 AM
I don't think a ham radio operator named Tim in the midwest is going to be picking up secret transmissions and advertising the discovery on the
Internet and then the radio? He could get his equipment confiscated by the local intelligence authorities, unwittingly being the recipient of some
very sensitive stuff. At the end, it's a plug for a radio show about numbers transmissions, making people scared about submarines with missiles.
Now is a good time to mention something called disinfo. As in there will be a lot of feints. Lies. This reminds me of MilDec, where the military is
allowed to lie to people for matters of security. Meaning this transmission just made it to the round file.
I'd rather remote view the Pacific Ocean for little Korean people signatures in tubular tin cans. Even then, they might be Korean-Americans. Like
the bunch near Hawaii. You wouldn't believe how many countries are floating out there, loaded with nuclear stuff and missiles, how many of them are
piled on the floor of the ocean, crammed with soldiers waiting for a signal, going up and down, puttering around with their radar. There are radar
buoys all through there, making radar walls. They put weird dye stuff in the water. Then there are the ginormous sea creatures. I'm not even
getting into aliens, they could probably remote view me back. All this without a ham radio, without needing to catch this news on the Internet.
I'm upset that there isn't anything to see or hear from that. Just a radio show plug.