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Originally posted by kazootica
Thank you for this opportunity Nick. Do you know anything about the hijack of the British news channel in nov 26 1977? The intrusion claimed to be ashtar from galactic command? Anything about this? Thanks for your time.
Originally posted by ProfEmeritus
Thank you again for making yourself available today.
One of the reasons that I joined ATS after retiring as a Professor, was so I could discuss issues that were considered taboo among colleagues. Certainly, the UFO issue falls into this category. Do you feel that society will ever get to the point, where we can discuss this issue without ridicule, especially among the MSM? Furthermore, do you believe that the MSM truly believes that the entire issue is nonsense, or do you believe that they are taking their cue from governments?
Originally posted by rangersdad
reply to post by NickPope
I was wondering, do you have any pictures or video that you can share with us?
I am enjoying your answers thus far....
Originally posted by elouina
What do you feel about my hypothesis that extraterrestrial life is in fact extra-dimensional and accessible only from certain weak points, or "overlaps", in our universe? In actuality, we could be searching in all the wrong places for alien life, and it could be a lot closer to home than imagined. Has anyone found any unusual evidence yet that could lend credence to my hypothesis? And have our governments been investigating and experimenting with this possibility?
Originally posted by NickPope
reply to post by Lanisius
In relation to this and to the various other questions about the Rendlesham Forest incident, the binary code message, etc., I've just finished writing a book about the case, titled Encounter in Rendlesham Forest, with the two USAF witnesses at the heart of the incident, John Burroughs and Jim Penniston. The book will be published next March, so with my sincere apologies, I'm not intending to go into any further details as this stage, so as not to reveal any 'spoilers' that would detract from people's enjoyment when the book comes out:
Originally posted by AfterInfinity
It's an Ask Me Anything session, not a whistleblower conference. People want to learn from Nick Pope's personal experiences. He is the "Me" in "Ask Me Anything". I can't imagine what else you might have been expecting.
I was expecting something more like "Snowden" rather than an autobiography. But I admire the efforts put forth here.