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posted on Sep, 3 2013 @ 08:15 PM
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This is my personal experiment to see if this can be a supportive companion to the AMA thread proper. I hope to be able to collect the Q's and A's and post them here in sequence for easy reference. I thought about posting them on the thread but they'd just get quickly lost there. The first post is through the first 5 pages. Cheers for a great job on all sides.

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01 _ _ _ Zanti Misfit _ _ _ _ _ _ Assuming …that it was Not a Weather Balloon Nor an Extraterestrial Craft …what Other Possible Explanation could there be Sir?

Tom Carey’s Answer:
Good question. We have over the years investigated every possibility e.g., a V2 rocket, fighter planes, experimental aircraft such as the Chance-Vaught "Flying Flapjack" and the Norhtrup "Flying Wing" and have come up empty. The Air Force also did the same in its 1993-1997 re-examination of the Roswell case and also came up empty for alternative explanations of Roswell, save for the rediculous "roject Mogul and anthropomorphic dummies "explanations."

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02 _ _ _ Junkheap _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Do you think there's any connection between the Roswell Crash and the use of Nuclear Weapons on Japan during World War II? Do you think that has anything to do with why they came here?

@ 3/09/2013 @ 10:17

Tom Carey’s answer:
Another good question. My own personal opinion is that, yes, there is a connection here. The first A-bombs were detonated in 1945, and tests were conducted with them going forward from there. Ditto the Soviet Union which conducted its first test in 1949. The Modern Age of UFOs burst upon the scene in the summer of 1947, right after WW II was concluded. So, in my opinion, the phenomen had something to do woth both the war and the onset of the nuclear age.


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03: _ _ _ GermanShep _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ My question is.. Tell us what the truth is from what you know.. No need for specific questions. Spill the beans Sir.
@ 3/9/2013 @ 10:23

Tom Carey’s answer:

The Truth is - that a 1947 model UFO crashed in the New Mexico high desert on the evening of July 2, 1947. The wreckage was discovered by a local sheep rancher the next day. On July 6, the rancher drove to Roswell with some of the wreckage and alerted the authorities there that something strange had crashed. The military followed him out to the site on the same day. On the following day, July 7, additional wreckage and small bodies were found at another location cleser to Roswell. Bodies were also found on the sheep rancher's ranch at a third site.
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A recovery operation was undertaken by the 509th Bomb Group located at Roswell Army Air Field just south of town. The wreckage and bodies were flown from Roswell to Wright Field (now Wright-Patterson AFB) in Dayton, OH. Some of the wreackage and bodies had first gone to Fort Worth Army Air Field prior to shipment to Wright Field. The military institued a cover-up of the entire event, first by getting control of the news coverage, then silencing the people living in and areound Roswell, as well as the ranchers near Corona, NM. The cover-up exists to this very day.

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04 _ _ _ ImaFungi _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ What makes you 99% sure it was extraterrestrial vehicle? Occams razor demands that it is military terrestrial craft.
@3/9/2013@ 09:41

Tom Carey’s answser:
Even the Air Force says that it couldn't have been a military aircraft. We already knew that, of course.

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05 _ _ _ Logarock _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ The “laser” said to have been found there, in your opinion is this a credible slice of the deal?
@3/9/2013 @ 09:42

Tom Carey’s answer:
To my knowledge, I am unaware that a "laser" or something like it was found amongst the wreckage. There were "wires" found that resembled what we today might call fibre optics, but no "laser" per-se.
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Tom Carey’s 2nd answer at 11:04:

After 22 years and over 600 first and second-hand witnesses who have pointed us to an extraterrestrial answer for the event, and none, zero, nada, who have pointed us elsewhere, Sir William of Occam has nowhere else to go.


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06 _ _ _ Skyfloating _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _2Q’s:
1. Have you ever been pressured or attacked by the Gov for your work?
2. Have you researched or do you know that foreign countries (Russia, China, European countries) stance on the Roswell incident might be?
@3/9/2013 09:42

Tom Carey’s answers:
1. I've never been harassed, attacked or even contacted by the government of the US or any other government. I do occasionally hear some strange clicks on my phone at times, but I can't be sure that it is anything sinister or just a bad line.

2. After the Roswell event, Josef Stalin ordered some of his spies already in New Mexico to look into the Roswell case and report back to him. They told him that it did not involve a US craft. They did not know exactly what it was, but that it was something real and did not pose a threat to the Soviet Union.

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07 _ _ _ Spacespider _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ The most interesting part of Roswell incident to me is the “Matilda O'Donnell MacElroy” « Alien interview.

This author received a package from a woman claiming to be a nurse in Roswell who was the conduit between a recovered ET body and the Military. The alien communicated telepathically only, and would only communicate with her.

Tom Carey’s answer:
There was no nurse by that name at Roswell. Futhermore, I talked to the author of that book when it first came out some years ago and got him to admit that it was a work of fiction.

3/9/2013 @ 11:57

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08 _ _ _ the Pharoah _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ what happened to the original witnesses and reporters
and how do they feel about how the story changed..seeing that their info was credible enough to publish in the first place
@3/9/2013 @09:50

Tom Carey’s answer:
All of the reporters are dead. One of these, Frank Joyce, was very helpful and went on to a long career in radio and TV broadcasting. He died only a few years ago. Another reporter, Johnny McBoyle, got to the crash site and saw most everything. After being threatened by the military, he moved to a farm in Idaho and never talked about it again - not even to his family. Most of the original witnesses are gone too. I'd be hard-pressed to come up with more than two or three who are still with us. Franky Dwyer Rowe [the fireman's daughter] is one, and Arthur Osepchook [last remaining crew member who flew bodies to Fort Worth Army Air field on a B-29 called the "Straight Flush"] is another.

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TO BE CONTINUED NEXT POST. RAN OUT OF CHARACTERS
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posted on Sep, 3 2013 @ 08:16 PM
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Tom Carey’s answer:
Most of the wreckage reported was of an aluminum-colored, thin, light and indestructible foil. Ine type was rigid and could not be bent, while the other - the so-called "memory metal" could be bent or crushed into any shape only to return to its original shape when released. "I-Beams" with strange symbology along its length and "wiring" of some sort have also been reported. I was one who was never big on the "re-engineering" claims, but now believe that starting in 1948, the Air Force instituted a project to back-engineer the "memory metal". The result is product you can purchase today - by the sheet or by the roll, or in wire-form. It's called Nitinol.

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10 _ _ _ PlanetXisHERE _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Her book was "Area 51, an uncensored history of America's top secret military base", the author was Annie Jacobsen. Though as is wont with most disinformation there was much truth mixed in with the lies, ultimately it seemed no more than a pro-CIA piece of work. I would be curious about what the author thought of that "work" on Area 51, and did he find it as misleading as I did.
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Tom Carey’s answer:
The author should have concentrated on Area 51 and stayed with it. It was a decent history of the secret base. But she strayed into the Roswell thickit and told an unbelievable story based upon a tale by a single source. She didn't know enough about the case to detect BS when she heard it.

I believe that Roswell is THE most compelling UFO case of all time, certainly the most interesting. If it wasn't, I would not have spent the last 22 years working on it.

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11 _ _ _ Strewth _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Given the vast amount of information on ATS regarding Roswell, how often have you visited this site for verification of your own research data, if at all?
@3/9/2013@09:54

Tom Carey’s answer:
Prior to this exercise, I was totally unaware of this site.

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posted on Sep, 3 2013 @ 08:28 PM
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From the AMA thread page 6

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13 _ _ _ restlessinMT _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ What do you consider the most striking/jaw dropping interview or bit of evidence regarding the Roswell incident?
@3/9/2013@10:02

Tom Carey’s answer
For me, it's hard to pick out one witness or fact that was most important. I dould probably name of few, but even those would be incomplete.

1. Colonel Edwin Easley on his deathbed when asked about Roswell by his grandaughter could only respond, "Ohhh .... the creatures."
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2. The number of witnesses who saw the crash wreckage being driven right down Main Street [Roswell] in broad daylight to the base.
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3. The number of witnesses who were threatened with their lives and the lives of their children to remain silent.
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4. The crew members on the flights that flew the little bodies out of Roswell after the recovery.
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5. The opening of Walter Haut's sealed staement of what he knew about what took place. [he was the base PIO].

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14 _ _ _ SonOfTheLawOfOne _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1. What is the most damning piece of evidence that you've discovered that is capable of swaying someone one way versus the other (alien vs military) on the Roswell incident?

2. In your opinion, why do you think it's still being covered up?
@3/9/2013@10:08

Tom Carey’s answer
1. At this point, with over 600 witnesses forming the pieces to a puzzle that spells " Roswell was extraterrestrial," there isn't anything out there that I can see that would cause me to reconsider. Maybe there is, but I don't see it rightnow. There have been numerous Roswell "theories of the month," but they all have fallen apart like Philadelphia sports teams when looked at in detail.

2nd answer at 13:13
There were good reasons for Roswell being covered-up in 1947. Now those reasons are no longer operative in today's world, I believe that Roswell is still being covered-up mostly due to inertia - it's always been cover-up, so let's not change anything unless we absolutely have to. It also might be due to the case that we still don't have a handle on everything as to what made it tick, and till we do, well ... let' not admit it. There still might be a remnant, latent fear of "panic in the streets" and a collapse of our financial and religeous institutions.


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15 _ _ _ TLomon _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ In one of your books, you mentioned they brought in specialists for reverse engineering technology. What technology to you know to be reversed engineered from the crash?
@3/9/2013@10:09

Tom Carey’s answer
My best guess would be Nitinol. Another researcher by the name of Anthony Bragalia has done a lot of work on this and has pursuaded me that Nitinol was back-engineered from the so-called "memory-metal" found amongst the Roswell crash debris.


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posted on Sep, 3 2013 @ 08:40 PM
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Good idea putting it together like this. It's hard to weed through the thread
I didn't get a chance to ask my question


By the way the strange metallic foil is not that otherworldly. I use this stuff to wrap Xmas gifts. Its super cheap, reusable. People keep it because it unwraps in one sheet, doesn't tear, and all the creases are gone.

So I am to believe this nitinol wrapping paper is from ET?



Most of the wreckage reported was of an aluminum-colored, thin, light and indestructible foil. Ine type was rigid and could not be bent, while the other - the so-called "memory metal" could be bent or crushed into any shape only to return to its original shape when released. "I-Beams" with strange symbology along its length and "wiring" of some sort have also been reported. I was one who was never big on the "re-engineering" claims, but now believe that starting in 1948, the Air Force instituted a project to back-engineer the "memory metal". The result is product you can purchase today - by the sheet or by the roll, or in wire-form. It's called Nitinol.



posted on Sep, 3 2013 @ 08:46 PM
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NOTE: FROM PAGE 7 OF ORIGINAL AMA THREAD:

BTW, Thx for the kind comment.
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16 _ _ _ stormdancer77 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Have you ever know{n} a person to telepathically communicate with UFOs?
@3/9/2013@10:11

Tom Carey’s answer

No one that I believed.


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17 _ _ _ FireMoon _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . . . I have tried to track that footage from the show "This Morning" fronted by Richard and Judy Madeley for the morning magazine "This Morning". So far no luck and as the production company has changed and moved to a new channel, there's no-one remembers it who currently works for them.

All I remember was that. The lady would be in her late 40s early 50s now and she lives in Cornwall and it where she was brought up and her father died there, in 1974, of cancer

This is a totally new witness as far as the Americans are concerned. it is not the daughter of a USAF guy who moved to Britain. I have contacted Stanton about her before however, for whatever reason, he simply didn't seem to twig to the possible importance of her story should it be true.

I suspect the best course of action would be for you to contact Richard Madeley and Judy Finnegan's people and ask if you can talk to them direct and just maybe they remember her name?
@3/9/2013 @10:16

Tom Carey’s answer
When I first started reading your story, I thought it was the Beverly Bean account of her father, Sgt. Melvin Brown who was a cook at the Roswell base in 1947 and who had accompanied the dead bodies from the UFO crash site back to the base. He had retired to England and told the story to his family on his deathbed. Apparently, your post does not pertain to Beverly Bean, but to another woman who now lives in Cornwall? Do you reside in England? Perhaps you could place an ad in the Cornwall newspaper seeking the woman. I am unfamiliar with the show that you mentioned. Where is it out of?


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18 _ _ _ AboveBoard _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ What was the "tipping point" for you that led to you 99.9% surety of an extraterrestrial conclusion to the mystery of Roswell? A particular "linch pin" witness or piece of information that led you to your conclusion?
@3/9/2013 @10:16

Tom Carey’s answer
When I joined the Kevin Randle/Don Schmitt team in 1991, they had already reached the "tipping-point" regarding Roswell a year or two earlier after interviewing the rancher Mack Brazel's son, Bill plus a few additional local ranchers who were saying the same thing - that it was no weather balloon.
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For me, there was no "tipping-point," but there was a "solidification-point" which made any other explantion for Roswell pretty near impossible. It was after Don Schmitt and I interviewed Mack Brazel's daughter, Bessie Brazel Schreiber in person at her home in Oregon. She had been on record previously and had stated that she had been to the crash site and saw balloon-like material. She became one of the Air Force's star witnesses for their Mogul Balloon Theory of what happened.
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At the conclusion of the interview, after she repeated the same story, Bessie pounded the table with her fist and shouted, "No matter what I have said here, my father never lie. his word was bond, and you can take it to the bank. [Her father had said that it was a flying saucer]. A few days later, after visiting her brother Bill, she recanted her balloon story, saying that she was describing another time - not the Roswell event
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19 _ _ _ Logarock _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ A 1947 model? What’s that?
@3/9/2013 @10:59

Tom Carey’s answer
An attempt at interjecting some humor into the conversation.


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posted on Sep, 3 2013 @ 08:51 PM
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NOTE: There have been no Tom Carey replies so far on pages 8-10. When I see more of his replies, I'll try and resume this compilation here.

I'll be busy most of tomorrow but hope to get back to it tomorrow night.

Thanks, Tom.

Blessings,



posted on Sep, 3 2013 @ 08:53 PM
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Thanks for your kind words.

I think the questions to get answers are likely best posted in the AMA thread--as challenging as that is. There's no guarantee that Tom will look at this thread at all.

Cheers.



posted on Sep, 3 2013 @ 09:12 PM
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I asked my question now, since I don't see a post he was signing off.
I don't mind if he answers, I just wanted to put my 2 cents in .
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posted on Sep, 3 2013 @ 09:36 PM
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IMHO.....Tom Carey is not very telling in the answers of ALL THE QUESTIONS. He answered the ones he wanted to answer..no more and no less. More of an attempt by Tom & ATS to stir up a little retail sales in the dying Area 51 market. Tom was asked more than once if he had" proof" he did not answer those questions. When some one that has researched something for twenty years and several books later...relies on Occums Razor to be his proof....smells of a con brought fourth to bring the book sale up up and way.



posted on Sep, 3 2013 @ 09:42 PM
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I guess I disagree.

There's a perspective which rushes into such topics with an iron fist to grab the nearest 'believer' by the throat and genitals and !DEMAND!

!PROOF!

And not just any proof but proof which will stand up to THAT particular skeptic's prissy criteria.

That got REAL old with me a long time ago.

There's an abundance of evidence many piles of documents high--MUCH MORE than would convict any murderer in the land.

Yet, it's NEVER ENOUGH.

Folks will do a dozen back flips to avoid being vulnerable to a TYPE I ERROR--evidently oblivious that the more intense their aversion to a TYPE I ERROR

THE MORE THEY MAKE IT VIRTUALLY CERTAIN

that they WILL BE VICTIMIZED BY A TYPE II ERROR.

BOTH CAN BE JUST AS DEADLY.

Yet the skeptics seem totally oblivious to or ignorant of that SCIENTIFIC FACT.

They are usually the ones who like to brandy about "Ockham's razor." They seem ignorant and/or oblivious that USUALLY in the context they are brandying it about--IT STANDS AGAINST THEIR CONTENTIONS. Evidently they are just blathering, repeating some rant they copied from some other "scientist wannabe."


It is HIGHLY UNLIKELY that

THE TYPE of !PROOF! !DEMANDED! of such skeptics will be available

UNTIL it suits the fallen angels and the satanic globalist oligarchy's schedule and purposes to spring it all overtly on the planet.

AT THAT POINT, THERE WON'T BE ANY MORE 'DISCUSSION.'

AT THAT POINT, TYRANNY WILL HAVE DESCENDED WITH AN IRON FIST AND A BLACK BOOT . . . never to lighten up until Armageddon.

THEN you will have your proof and you WON'T LIKE IT A GNAT'S FART'S WORTH.

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posted on Sep, 3 2013 @ 10:02 PM
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Great thread idea BO.

Well done.



posted on Sep, 3 2013 @ 10:19 PM
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22 years of research and is his opening post HE SAID Occums Razor, not me. I was just pointing out the obvious. Not to mention the picking and choosing of what exactly to answer too. There was nothing at all new here in his post about Area 51....everything he said has been said before, by him and many others. There is nothing new to add. It was in 1947 and to be quite honest we will never know what happened. Conjecture and supposition is all we will ever be able to do. And i dont need Occums Razor to tell me that nor do I need Mr.Carey. That's a fact.



posted on Sep, 3 2013 @ 10:39 PM
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I was referring to my experience about Ockham's razor frequently on the net, particularly ATS . . . in general.

In terms of Tom Carey--and Roswell . . . I don't know what folks were expecting . . . something unrealistic, imho.

The topic has been poured over exhaustively by many fine researchers--of which Tom Carey appears to be one of the best.

I think he may well add some nuances, bits, details lacking in the public record. But maybe not.

We shall see.

Given the number of questions and time constraints on folks with "real lives," . . . I wouldn't think it very realistic that a LOT of questions would get answered unless he was reading and typing very fast or using speech to text software. LOL.

I wondered about doing a thread where I went through and subjectively pulled the best answers to my notions . . . then the next best . . . but I figured it would be a point of angry hostility to do that even for noble time constraint reasons. I don't need more hostility in my life--particularly hereon! LOL.

I just don't think it's likely even over 2-3 days for most guests to answer even 50% of the questions. It would be a rare guest indeed who could/would.

One MUST sift, sort, choose--otherwise it would be overwhelming.

I do NOT FAULT a GUEST for being human on such scores.

Sigh.



posted on Sep, 3 2013 @ 11:01 PM
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NOTE: This is the last for tonight . . . taken from page 11 . . . before Springer put the night-cap on the thread:

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20 _ _ _ Alien Science _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
I know there have been a lot of cover stories from the government that have been found to be false, but what about other stories from people claiming the event was alien/ufo that you have found to be false?
@3/9/2013@10:27

here’s Tom Carey’s response:
Let me count the ways: Gerald Anderson, Frank Kaufmann, Anne Robbins, Jack Trowbridge, and a host of others whose names I have since forgotten
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21 _ _ _ liveandlearn _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _Are you familiar Boyd Bushman, former senior scientist at Lockheed and if so how credible do you consider the information , especially regarding


1. half the ufo's are ours and half theirs (ET)

2. the claim that the Roswell craft was shot down by a test pilot out of Texas
@3/9/2013 @10:27

here’s Tom Carey’s answer
I am not familiar with Lockheed's Mr. Bushman. Ben Rich, the former CEO of Lockheed, however, made a similar statement before he passed away when asked about UFOs. He said that, yes, he believed that there were UFOs, "... the ones we make, and the ones 'they' make."

I do not believe that the Roswell UFO was "shot down" by anybody

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22 _ _ _ ImaFungi _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ If the military wants the public to think Roswell was aliens instead of top secret military aircraft failure, wouldnt they be expected to claim those things? In your intro in the OP you state you were associated with the military, also you went to school for business and appear to make some sort of living off of this 'topic', why should I trust you and your 'knowledge'?
@3/9/2013@10:32

here’s Tom Carey’s answer:
You are right. I make "some sort of living" = "no living" - from this topic. You must be kidding. I am comfortably retired living in suburban Philadelphia with my wife, who is still working. Our two children are grown. One lives in Florida, and the other in New York
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22 _ _ _ dollukka _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ There is a lot of pop culture related to Area 51. Most of them have been hoaxes and teen pranks.
My question is the "interview with Alien" by Matilda O'Donnell MacElroy which can be found here Alien interview been debunked and have you any knowledge regarding this event ( if true ) which has not reached the main stream media and internet ?

here’s Tom Carey’s answer:
I have stated elsewhere on the forum that the book, Alien Interview, is a work of fiction, which was told to me by its author
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23 _ _ _ jasmine23 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Hello Mr. Carey do you know anything about the alien autopsy and if there was mention of a green liquid concerning the blood of the alien and that the alien apparently used photosynthesis as away to absorb food since no digestive tract was present
@3/9/2013@10:34

here’s Tom Carey’s answer:
The "Alien Autopsy" which aired on Fox around 1995 was a complete hoax, but money did change hands.

Re: the "green liquid" present inside the alien cadavers, I heard or read that story a long time ago. I also read an account from an alleged participant in the autopsy that the liquid was clear. And I rea an account a long, long time ago that stated that the "blood" of the alien was like "black tar." The most cogent account that I've read was in one of the late Len Stringfield's monographs. In it, he quoted one of those present at the autopsy conducted at Wright-Patterson AFB who stated that it was "clear," I believe. It's covered in our new book, Inside the Real Area 51. {Yes, that was a plug
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posted on Sep, 3 2013 @ 11:47 PM
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FROM PAGE 12 ON THE AMA THREAD:

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whilst investigating Roswell, were there any other similar UFO type investigations, or findings that have caught your interest, with possible links to Roswell?
@3/9/2013@10:36

here’s Tom Carey’s answer:
Yes. There is theory going around now that the Aztec, NM crash was really a cover story for the Roswell crash. The Aztec crash was first written about in 1950 in a book by Variety features columnist Frank Skully titled, Behind the Flying Saucers. It was a best-seller, but it was debunked a few years later by a journalist from the San Francisco Chronicle by the name of J.P. Cahn, who contended that the story was a fiction created by two oil con-men in order to sell something they called a "Doodlebug."
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The story was resurrected in the early 1970s by a Florida "Professor" Robert Spencer Carr, only to be debunked again by a fellow named Mike McClellan. The story was researched again by Scott Ramsey who published a book about two years ago titled The Aztec Incident. Like I said, there are stirrings afoot that the story really had to do with the Roswell crash and was changed by the two con men for reasons unknown to me at present
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{Sorry, Tom, My close relative had a buddy as a young adult who had a buddy with a ranch near the Aztec crash site. They rode horses out there to the site within 7-10 days of the event. It was obvious to them that major big equipment operations had gone on there. And there is NO oilfield site AT THAT SITE.

And, IIRC, the re-bar used in the large mysterious concrete pad {for the crane used to lift the 100'? diameter craft on the huge truck} there has been identified as fitting the year it was used. IIRC, some of the personnel at the ranch had seen something of the craft at the time. I forget the details of that. And, there’d been a circle of extra potent new-then radar sites roughly surrounding that crash site at I forget what distances in miles.}
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posted on Sep, 4 2013 @ 02:28 AM
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Thanks, good idea.
However I'd suggest using yellow or some lighter color for the answers.
The color you selected doesn't have enough contrast on the dark background.



posted on Sep, 4 2013 @ 04:11 AM
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Re the wondrous metallic foil found at the crash. The airforce claiming they back engineered it and calling it nitilon or whatever it was.

It's not a foil but a plastic, called Mylar. Some of it is made with shiny foil like finish. It has many applications like for thermal blankets etc. the thicker stuff is what can't be crushed or creased ( springs back into shape). It's a plastic, not some amazing metal from another world, so I'm skeptical aliens invented plastic. They make it out to be amazing technology, so advanced. All of these things man can make. We aren't a stupid race, were very resourceful.



posted on Sep, 4 2013 @ 04:19 AM
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Thanks for the input. However, yellow won't work with the off-white background. The colors used must work for both.

Let me [color=6699FF]try the color 6699FF again . . . it's the one in my mini-profile at left. It wasn't working on the new ATS version earlier.

Nope. Still not working . . .

Let me try the Beige color and see how that works on a couple of lines of text like this blathering text right here.


Let me try the Pink color and see how that works on a couple of lines of text like this blathering text right here.


Let me try the Blue color and see how that works on a couple of lines of text like this blathering text right here. OH, WONDERFUL, they SO? CHANGED the blue color to this one--like or near 6699FF. Before it was a darker blue that was unreadable on the dark background. I'll use this one, now..


Let me try the Brown color and see how that works on a couple of lines of text like this blathering text right here.


Let me try the Maroon color and see how that works on a couple of lines of text like this blathering text right here.


Let me try the LimeGreen color and see how that works on a couple of lines of text like this blathering text right here.


Let me try the Teal color and see how that works on a couple of lines of text like this blathering text right here. I suspect that the Teal is going to be the less garish and easier read, for MOST of us.
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posted on Sep, 4 2013 @ 06:01 AM
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the lime green looks easiest to read...

great idea for a thread.
as i suggested in the AMA forerunner thread, if the interviewee used the "quote" tab when replying instead of "reply to" it would make everything a lot easier. there'd be no need to go back and find the question that was asked.
but this thread has sorted out that, so well done. great idea



posted on Sep, 4 2013 @ 06:52 AM
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Originally posted by SecretKnowledge
the lime green looks easiest to read...
Lime green looks good to me too.

Beige looks good on the dark background, but I imagine not so good on the light background?

edit on 4-9-2013 by Arbitrageur because: clarification






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