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When did "the examiner" become a trustworthy source of news?
according to testimony today in cases 54029 and 54034
Sounds like zaphod or intelgirl should be notified. There is talk of a new project that may come out of the black and into the white. If this is a Boeing phantom works project. And Boeing phantom works is in the Missouri area. It's highly likely that they have a source and could shine a little light.
I fully believe Antr saw something that day. Pics or not. She observed something that was not of the norm.
Also thanks for posting that article. I lost track of an old friend who was chief of police in fayettevile pa. He was mufon director for the area. According to the article Fred Seluga is in Rhode island as the director of mufon there. Have not seen or heard from him in 7 years.
Zaphod already knows.
On another thread hes had some extremley intresting things to say on a new propulsion method being tested,
I also have another source that can confirm boeing is doing something pretty big.
Any booms are likely to be related to Aurora, which probably does exist, the donut contrail has been depicted on satellite pictures and the calculated speed is phenomenal, the hard bit is to make Aurora a flying disc with a contrail.
If Aurora exists, I don't see why Lockheed would be offering the SR-72.
Either way, sounds like something interesting is going on in Missouri. Does anyone know if this corresponds to any 'window' areas? The 'sunburn' reported by antar sounds like something out of Keel's files.
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I don't mean to reignite anything that was in that thread.
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My take, for what it's worth. The Examiner most likely regurgitated the Feb. 3rd story as stated on ATS (Examiner probably used the Twitter statement as an eyewitness account). I'm not disparaging the occurrence, just stating that historically from what I've seen, the Examiner takes liberties with certain aspects of stories. To me, the veracity of the Examiner ranks right up there with Before It's News.