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we were told by the Navy experts, Neon lights were not built into Navy ships before the early 1960s ! So how can the photo "Final Briefing" show the test crew of 1943 onboard of a DE-class ship ?
The Final Briefing on board of the USS Eldridge
"Another photograph very much in doubt can be found on the web page "The Life of Ed Cameron" . Next to the description "Final briefing inside the USS Eldridge August 9, 1943 we read: Lecturer - A. Yaglu, Don Thor, Oscar Schneider, Lawrence Schmidt (Maxon Electronics Corp.), Morris Hablagnian, Dr. Vannevar Bush." A 'ready room' onboard the USS Eldridge is shown. Allegedly this picture was taken on August 9, 1943 and shows the test crew of the USS Eldridge inside the ship, assembled for a briefing.
We sent this picture to some people, who would be able to distinguish what the insides of this class of ship looked like. Nobody else could this do better than these people who actually take care of one of the last three remaining Destroyer Escort vessels of the Cannon Class that is left in the USA. In Albany, N.Y. you can still locate the USS Slater (DE 766), now preserved as a wartime memorial, which is open to public visits. Mr. Tim Rizzuto, who is taking care about the ship, received that photo from Bielek's web site from me and with that photo in his hands he walked through the whole ship [the Slater] from bow to stern, and couldn't find a room, which in any way matches the room shown on the photograph either by size, shape or fittings. Have a look yourself, the people of the Slater provide an Electronic Tour through their ship. The biggest rooms are the Ward Room and the Crew Mess, which are still much smaller than the room shown on the photograph 'The Final Briefing'. To get additional opinions, I sent the photograph of the alleged test crew to two US navy vets, who were doing duty onboard a Destroyer Escort of the Cannon Class during WW II. Both took a look at the photograph and replied that it in no way was this photograph taken onboard a Cannon Class Destroyer Escort. Remember that the USS Eldridge was of this class.
The Final Briefing ?
This is what a true expert says about that photo from Bielek.com. Tim Rizzuto, ship restorer of the museum ship DE 766, USS Slater, Albany:
"No way was it taken on a DE. There is no space that big. I'd guess it's on a carrier or cruiser because of the size of the space and the false bulkhead particians. My guess is that it was taken in the sixties based on the fluorescent lights (modern) in the overhead, but the old RBO radio on the shelf in the bulkhead. It appears to be a messing or lounge space. Note that it is also a battle dressing station because the mounting brackets for surgical lights are in the overhead."
"The Philadelphia Experiment" is referenced in Brad Thor's The Athena Project. The novel suggests that the U.S. Navy was trying to recreate matter teleportation experiments originally conducted by Hans Kammler and the Nazi German SS Wunderwaffen group.
Worldwide colonization by octopods is in their blood! They manage to survive temperature habitats ranging from as low as -1.8°C to more than 30°C due to their ability to keep supplying oxygen to their body tissues. A new study, to be presented at the Society for Experimental Biology meeting on July 5, shows that a blue colored pigment, hemocyanin, in their blood, responsible for oxygen transport, crucially allows octopods to live in freezing temperatures.
Octopods pump their blue blood (the colour is due to the copper containing blood pigment haemocyanin) within a closed circulatory system by means of one powerful systemic heart and two additional hearts located before the gills. Octopods inhabit virtually any marine habitat, from tropical reefs at more than 30°C to temperate rocky or sandy grounds and in both the Southern and the Arctic oceans at -1.9°C. They not only inhabit the shallow sea grounds but also the deep sea, where they can be even found around hydrothermal vents.
He's as human as you or I, so he has a thick neck that's hardly proof now is it ?
As for his thumb and finger if he were to close his hand his thumb would come to just below his index finger knuckle, just the same as you or I.
The rest of the proof is just "I said it so it must be so.
Sorry OP really don't see it here.
Just my 2 cents
reply to post by cody599
Sorry, but you have PROVEN NOTHING...
You've shown images of athletes...
News Flash... Athletes often strength train their necks so as to avert injury
Lets not forget that the use of muscle enhancing compounds in athletes of all levels is always a possibility,IS IT NOT ?
I see no mention of this Val being of the Galactic Football Federation
tomedit on 14-9-2013 by wutz4tom because: (no reason given)
I'm not too sure what the physiological advantage of one huge lung would be. I would rather have my two small ones in case of damage to one. Just doesn't seem like an alien race that is "superior" would have a disadvantage like that and live a longer life. I'm no expert of course.