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reply to post by Krakatoa
This is a debatable statement since people who have had experiences with ETs have a perfect right to claim THEY HAVE PROOF
Just because its not public proof doesn’t mean there is no evidence.
This may be a lesson from the wise ETs in epistemology:
If you don’t experience something you don’t know it.
For anyone who hasn't seen it, Krakatoa has provided a very excellent Roswell debris analysis and OP in the finest of ATS tradition. Check it out. Whether you agree or not (I do) I believe you will find it a worthy read and worth flagging for the quality and time put into it:
My New Roswell Debris Review
reply to post by smurfy
The fact that according to some all the cloaked mysteries that's even being acknowledged by corporations within the same organization ,have never happened and that we all suffer from disillusion is ridiculous.
Ahhh some are born with winkers and probably wear them for life...
To send us advanced technology, for our species and government to help develop into our own technologies which could be based off their technology . I do remember a video which I think it was called "secret space wars" I believe, saying much of the technology came from roswell. Lasers, to cd's, and even fibre optics. However, not sure if thats statement is true.
In the 1920s, John Logie Baird patented the idea of using arrays of transparent rods to transmit images for television and Clarence W. Hansell did the same for facsimiles. Heinrich Lamm, however, was the first person to transmit an image through a bundle of optical fibers in 1930. It was an image of a light bulb filament. His intent was to look inside inaccessible parts of the body, but the rise of the Nazis forced Lamm, a Jew, to move to America and abandon his dream of becoming a professor of medicine. His effort to file a patent was denied because of Hansell's British patent.
Imo, folk really embarass themselves when they fail to research and understand the backstory and disinformationists.
They get an "A" for ignorant enthusiasm and an "F -" for knowledge. What can we do but shake our heads at the poor uniformed cheerleaders of B.S.? Poor suckers.
EarthCitizen: I truly like you, but you are, imo, the epitome of what's wrong with ufology and the kind of naive denizen that ATS ofttimes seems made for. It may sound harsh, but some of my greatest life lessons were learned this way: Grow up, refine your research skills, accept no crap from the "tin heroes" of ufology, and intellectually demand ALL the available information...not just that which suits your fantasy life.
I'm pretty sure we'll remain friends, EC...and I'd even wager you will thank us someday soon.
edit on 9-11-2013 by The GUT because: (no reason given)
reply to post by EarthCitizen07
Religion and science helping each other? Wow, I can see there will be no convincing you of the reality of history here, so, I will not try. We must just part agreeing to disagree here.
Roswell did happen, what is debatable, forever, is what it was that crashed. From almost 20 years f independent research, I have come to one conclusion that it was indeed a crashed balloon from Project Mogul. You, may disagree, and that is fine. Lets not derail this thread discussing the ephemera dichotomy of religion vs science as that is a bottomless pit IMO....and not relevant here.
reply to post by EarthCitizen07
Your Quote >>>>> "Last time I heard the AA theory was only taken seriously by 1% of
the worlds population "
That should tell you something surely? I personally wouldn't risk anything
with those kind of odds !!
And NO, most people don't believe aliens interfered history. Those are just seudo and sci-fi ideas from certain groups or individuals , and if aliens did, it much too long ago to even remember, or recorded.
Fibre optics is just much more faster, can send huge amounts of info, and is more digital. The idea of fibre optics is old, but the actual construction or the fruition of the idea, is no more or less then a decade old.
reply to post by eletheia
Harry Truman the said initiator of MJ 12 died in 1972 and it was not till six years after his death that indications of such a groups existence first appeared in 1978 in declassified Canadian documents. Another reference to MJ 12 surfaced in 1980, and was later identified as a hoax. In 1984 yet a further set of documents was discovered in the US archives closely resembling real declassified documents, but which the FBI have declared to be "completely bogus"
reply to post by eletheia
If the documents were real, and they were, do you really think the government would admit to them being real, rather than attack their legitimacy? You must be very naive or more likely have an agenda to spread misinformation.
The reason they waited for everyone to be deceased, I guess is so that the people involved in MJ12 would a)not be implicated in criminal investigations and/or b)they would not be able to contest anything.
In other words it makes it much easier for everyone that way.
Think again indeed! (rolls eyes)
Timothy Good is a good researcher from everything I have gathered so far, but like many good researchers they fall victim to extortion by evil forces here on earth. People call them nwo, bilderbergers, bankers, illuminati, etc.
There really is a cover up going on and its sad to see so many people support it. Roswell is just one of many crashed saucers being covered up. Many/most of these recovered craft have been taken to secure remote locations, like area 51 and wright patterson afb, to be reverse engineered and to study the physiology of the alien corpses.