posted on Aug, 13 2008 @ 05:13 PM
reply to post by machinegun_go_go
A lot of those documents are pretty detailed. I encourage all members to not consider comments from archivists as the "final word" on any one
document. We are only human and therefore able to miss some important information.
Besides watching our backs there is a wealth of interesting information...
Think you have the facts on Antimatter Propulsion? Join the discussion here:
FOIA: Antimatter Propulsion
What about a document from 1986 admitting there is water on Mars?
Join the discussion here:
FOIA: A Lunar Laboratory - 1986 - future lunar science,
astronomy and science in space
Over 100 pages on the FBI investigation of Cattle Mutilations. Some feel these strange stories were evidence of chemical/biological warefare
research. Such research was banned decades ago, yet mutilations have continued. Rogue science organizations? Secret government? Aliens? The FBI
couldn't figure it out can you?
FOIA: Cattle Mutilation Investigation - FBI Files
If that isn't motivation enough, I'm sure the staff will happily give out applauses to those who help generate more activity (in the FOIA Forum)
through quality contributions.
We went people to come to ATS and see high participation and good discussion supported by actual government documents! IMO that is better than people
who don't know about ATS coming here and reading about the Clintons secretly being blood sucking reptilians hell-bent on ruling the world.