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 mark777771
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Why should I believe in aliens?Page 5 of 14    (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14)
I have one question. Are we to assume all the people who came forward who were astronauts, pilots, presidents, government contractors, civilians, researchers, passengers on planes, military, etc. that all of them every single one of them is not telling the truth? Take the Phoenix lights for example. The ex governor of the state came forward and said he was told to lie about what he and thousands saw. Do you think they all working in collusion? Why would a Japanese pilot with 20 years of flight time in passenger planes come forward and testify he saw an alien craft which did things mankind made craft couldnt do? I guess they all are not telling the truth? Or maybe just one of them has to be telling the truth. Numerous people involved with the Phoenix lights said clearly they saw a craft which was gigantic fly right over their homes. On top on that those numerous people who this were living in a very nice neighborhood which indicates they were educated and not mentally ill. Why go on TV and risk ridicule unless you felt very strongly about what you saw? Flares were the expanation the military around Phoenix used to justify what they saw. I dont think flares are triangularly shaped and fly over houses. Now, you ask if I believe we are being visited? Not a hundred percent sure but it smells like a skunk to me. Nasa astronauts on tape have commented on unidentified bogeys on numerous occassions. The list gos on and on. I guess all these people are liars..........
 mark777771
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Posted: 3/6/2013 7:47:44 AM
Jed no doubt the UFO thing brings the nutcases out. The one's I can't dismiss are the astronauts and pilots with long histories of flight time. They have to undergo continuous health reevaluations so I tend to give their anecdotes more creedence.
 Petraeus
Joined: 7/8/2009
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Posted: 3/6/2013 7:52:07 AM
Science and statistical analysis have found that it is quite possible that not only are we the only intelligent beings to evolve in this variation of the universe, but we have arrived so late in the process we may be the ONLY technologically intelligent species to evolve.


http://www.dailygalaxy.com/my_weblog/2012/10/humans-may-be-one-of-the-first-intelligent-species-in-the-universe-weekend-feature.html
 OutofControlMan
Joined: 12/22/2011
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Posted: 3/6/2013 8:19:41 AM


"The chasm between what we are told is going on and what is really going on is absolutely enormous." — David Icke [British author and researcher]

http://www.serpo.org/release1.php


Neo, you can choose to take the red pill or the blue pill "

PROOF ! there really is a Matrix we are trapped in!!!


I read somewhere that the American Black Budget for covert operations is $1.3 trillion every two years, so you can see why America is teetering on the brink.


huh? I guess that budget is not very "black" if you were able to easily read about it "somewhere' (published reports? newspaper?)

ohh, maybe it's a classic example of 'misdirection' and the REAL 'black' budget is a different amount ?
 _babblefish
Joined: 9/23/2011
Msg: 132
Why should I believe in aliens?
Posted: 3/6/2013 11:25:33 AM
I have one question. Are we to assume all the people who came forward who were astronauts, pilots, presidents, government contractors, civilians, researchers, passengers on planes, military, etc. that all of them every single one of them is not telling the truth?


re the following:


ROGUE RIVER, OREGON (MAY 24, 1949)
one of the most credible and most detailed visual-only UFO sightings that has ever occurred. Most visual sightings leave some doubt as the to their veracity and whether or not the reported phenomenon can be explained as some mundane phenomenon or other, with the uncertainty arising because of either self-consistency problems, apparent inaccuracy of the sighting information, or doubt concerning the credibility of the witness(es). However, this multiple witness, daylight sighting , made under optimum viewing conditions, of a pancake shaped flying object is an excellent example of sighting containing only verbal testimony that leaves little extra to be desired. .Dr. Bruce Maccabee


my mum was there, she believes what she saw, high in the sky then came in low and fast and skimmed along the water line as everyone watched in shock
do i believe it was it an UFO? of course, alien/s? no
 looking4her2335
Joined: 1/23/2013
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Posted: 3/6/2013 11:47:50 AM

I have one question. Are we to assume all the people who came forward who were astronauts, pilots, presidents, government contractors, civilians, researchers, passengers on planes, military, etc. that all of them every single one of them is not telling the truth?

So, lets say for the sake of discussion, they did see something they can't explain. Because they are presidents? Are you talking about the Carter sighting? Carter relates:
"There were about twenty of us standing outside of a little restaurant, I believe, a high school lunch room, and a kind of green light appeared in the western sky. This was right after sundown. It got brighter and brighter. And then it eventually disappeared. It didn't have any solid substance to it, it was just a very peculiar-looking light. None of us could understand what it was."


So...none of them knew what it was, couldnt explain it, so therefore, it must be an alien spacecraft? I'm not going to deny that they didnt see what they claim they saw, but let's be frank here, this is an account, I'm immediately going to be skeptical of the content of such a story, I don't care if it is a president. We've been told that Iraq had WMD's by a president and most of his high ranking staff...he didnt' lie? I'm going to lean to them being mistaken in what they saw, rather than believe it was an alien craft. I hold stories from presidents, researchers, passengers on planes, military ect in high skepticism really...anectodal evidence to me is extremely unreliable. Are they lying? Maybe not, they might be telling the truth, in terms of seeing something they can't explain, but when they claim they are spacecraft...no, sorry I'm gonna have to go ahead and see that for myself.

All of them liars, ex govenors claiming to be told to lie...? Meh, so what if he was. I suppose you put more stock in to people's stories than I do. Its just not convincing. Like I said, are they lying? Maybe not, maybe they really did see a triangular craft fly over their house, or at least think they did, but why should I believe them? Just because the story is so outlandish that it must be true? Sorry, not good enough. The phoenix lights are strange, I'll give you that, but it doesnt bolster your claim that, because alot of people claim to have seen them, it must be a an alien craft.
 OutofControlMan
Joined: 12/22/2011
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Posted: 3/6/2013 2:00:26 PM
well I used to be the head of NASA , but I really can't talk about that, before I ran the disinformation program at the U.N., where I had Carte-Blanche access at the Pentagon as well as at the White House, 10 Downing Street, and the French Piscine, the Kremlin and the Soviet DoD, plus was the exchange officer with China and North Korea (all subject to confidentiality restrictions, ALAS!) and was the go-to consultant for the top billionaires of the world,. but I signed a non-disclosure statement so really I can't say anything except I know that aliens exist, I met several and even had them over for Sunday brunch..but I can't say anything about that!!

of course you should believe me given my credentials, however I could not wear my uniform as Supreme Earth Commander in my profile photo, because it is against the terms of my employment contract!@
 Rheostatic
Joined: 5/27/2011
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Posted: 3/6/2013 3:05:50 PM
^^

I read it on the internet, so it must be true.
 Soul Union
Joined: 6/9/2007
Msg: 136
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Posted: 3/6/2013 3:47:59 PM
well I used to be the head of NASA , but I really can't talk about that, before I ran the disinformation program at the U.N., where I had Carte-Blanche access at the Pentagon as well as at the White House, 10 Downing Street, and the French Piscine, the Kremlin and the Soviet DoD, plus was the exchange officer with China and North Korea (all subject to confidentiality restrictions, ALAS!) and was the go-to consultant for the top billionaires of the world,. but I signed a non-disclosure statement so really I can't say anything except I know that aliens exist, I met several and even had them over for Sunday brunch..but I can't say anything about that!!

of course you should believe me given my credentials, however I could not wear my uniform as Supreme Earth Commander in my profile photo, because it is against the terms of my employment contract!@ --- OutofControlMan


There seem to be a lot of people here writing a profusion of words about the non-existence of alien life. Lots of huff and puff, plenty of steam and kidology about the Kremlin, talks about brunch, even . . . when really, this doesn't get anyone anywhere. It's just more hot air. More sound and fury. More expletives being strutted upon the stage and then being heard no more, signifying nothing. Just more words. Ad infinitum. More out-of-control words from people who couldn't care less anyway.

Peter
 Rheostatic
Joined: 5/27/2011
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Posted: 3/6/2013 3:56:13 PM

There seem to be a lot of people here writing a lot of words about the non-existence of alien life. Lots of huff and puff, lots of steam and kidology about the Kremlin, talks about brunch . . . when really, this doesn't get anyone anywhere. It's just more words. Ad infinitum. More out-of-control words from people who couldn't care less anyway.


I don't think anybody here has argued for the non-existance of alien life. Just because we don't think they're flying out of the ocean to scare pilots for no reason, or infiltrating our governments for whatever nefarious purpose, doesn't mean we don't believe they dont' exist.

Believing that among the billions of galaxies in the universe there might be life outside of our own is one thing. Believing all the conspiracy theories about Roswell and all the other nonsense is quite another. I'd argue that the first group is MUCH more caring about the prospects of alien life, and what the future of mankind will bring.
 mark777771
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Posted: 3/6/2013 4:29:50 PM
lookingforher...............you sidestepped numerous pilots, like hundreds of them clearly stating they saw these ufos do things and fly in a fashion that we dont have the ability to do. Why so many of them? Air traffic controllers told not to talk about what they saw on radar. Years back there was a ufo over Chicago O Hare. Delta employees, air traffic people and the public all saw the ufo shoot straight and a puncture a hole in the clouds. It made national news and the Chicago local news. I guess all those people are liars also.
 looking4her2335
Joined: 1/23/2013
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Posted: 3/6/2013 5:10:34 PM
Mark,

I re-read my post, and never did I intend to call them liars. Are they purposfully spreading misinformation? Now that's not something I had thought of before, but surely I'm not calling them liars. Could they be under some misapprehension...yeah they sure could. Again, eyewitness testimony, however intense, is to me rather unreliable. Sure they may have seen "something" but was it an alien spacecraft? Doubt it.

Just because a bunch of people saw "something" doesnt make it a valid representation of what they actually saw...I'm going to guess that you find that lacking as an explanation, but why should I believe them? Because they are pilots? Because a buch of people saw it...nope. Sorry, that's just unconvincing to me.

Again, liars...maybe? Doubt it.
 Soul Union
Joined: 6/9/2007
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Posted: 3/6/2013 5:38:32 PM
lookingforher...............you sidestepped numerous pilots, like hundreds of them clearly stating they saw these ufos do things and fly in a fashion that we dont have the ability to do. Why so many of them? Air traffic controllers told not to talk about what they saw on radar. Years back there was a ufo over Chicago O Hare. Delta employees, air traffic people and the public all saw the ufo shoot straight and a puncture a hole in the clouds. It made national news and the Chicago local news. I guess all those people are liars also. --- mark777771


Among the many documentaries I have at home, Tony Dodd (deceased), a British police sergeant, speaks about his 1978 encounter with a UFO on the Yorkshire Moors in northern England. One has only to have even a scant knowledge of body language to know that this person is telling the truth. There were too many factors working against him - silent ridicule, family shame, his children being scoffed at by other children, etc - for him to make such a public declaration. We are talking about a British police sergeant here, not some drugged-up fantasist. Whenever Tony speaks, whatever he says, is said with extreme clarity and credibility. In whatever documentary I see him, whether in England or the USA or wherever, in a relaxed or 'official' setting, like a large conference, Tony's sincerity simply blows me away. He is the antithesis of the cunning, lying, deceptive White House official, who will say anything for profit.

But then again, as looking4her2335 pointed out above, maybe Sergeant Dodd doesn't 'actually' know what he saw, or what he thought he saw, or what he may have seen, or what time of day it was, or who was with him in the police car, or . . . even, who Sergeant Dodd thought Sergeant Dodd was.


The incident occurred on the frosty winter morning of December 12, 1978, not
far from Skipton in North Yorkshire. At 4:30 am, a lonely police patrol car was
driving on a remote country road along the Cononley Moor. In the car were
Sgt Anthony Dodd and Constable Alan Dale, who operated the radio. It was
very dark and the road was lit only by the headlights of the car, the silence
broken only by the noise of the motor and the occasional messages over the
radio. Dodd loved that kind of mysterious stillness in the middle of a bare and
unspoiled countryside, with dark houses snuggling up against the low hills as if
seeking shelter from the cold winds, and the stone walls that divided the
meadows from time immemorial.

Suddenly, a loud static noise, hissing and rustling, tore Sgt Dodd out of his
reverie. They were just then driving into a curve when, to the right, a bright
white light seemed to be diving towards them in a glide. They thought it was a
burning airplane, so they drove to the side and stopped the car to see what
was happening and where it would land, in case help was required. It was,
however, no airplane but a big shining disc, which flew over their heads at a
speed of about 40 mph. At its closest, it was hardly 100 feet away from them,
so that they could see a number of details.

When I interviewed Dodd in 1991 for my documentary film UFOs: The Secret
Evidence
, he explained: "It had a dome with ports all around it. The bottom was
surrounded by coloured lights like neon lights in blue, red, green and white
which blinked in a sequence as if they were rotating, and in the middle there
were three spheres or hemispheres. It was a huge thing, about 100 feet in
diameter, and it made no noise whatsoever. What fascinated me even more
was that the object was enveloped in a kind of halo which made its entire
metallic structure glow white. It flew slowly over our heads and seemed to land
at a place behind a group of trees. But we couldn't see or check that out
because at that point it was too far away and in the middle of the moor." "What
on earth was that?" asked Constable Dale, breaking the silence, brought back
to reality by the penetrating cold. Sgt Dodd's answer came minutes after that.

"I don't know, but it was wonderful."

From that day onwards Dodd started collecting all the information about UFOs
that he could get, including, of course, the book Flying Saucers Have Landed
by Desmond Leslie and George Adamski. His personal encounter with a
saucer that resembled Adamski's saucer like a twin had convinced Dodd that
Adamski must indeed have had an encounter with a UFO. Since retiring in
1988, Dodd has dedicated himself fully to his "cosmic hobby" as he calls it, and
is today one of Britain's leading UFO researchers.


Tony Dodd died in 2009. Here are some comments from writer David Clayton
in the United Kingdom:


This morning, 25th March, 2009, I received the not unexpected dreaded
telephone call from Tony's wife, Pauline, to tell me the sad news of Tony's peaceful
passing just about midnight yesterday. He had been looked after at home by
Pauline and family, coupled with professional nursing care, since last August
when he was diagnosed with a terminal brain tumour.

For those wishing to know of the funeral arrangements, it will take place next
Tuesday, the 31st of March at 12.45 at the Parish Church of Linton, which is
close by Grassington, near Skipton, North Yorkshire.

Pauline and the family request no flowers please but instead donations to
either, Brain Cancer Research or the RSPCA in Tony's memory. Pauline tells
me he was very fond of his animals.

I am so sorry to notify such sad news. I was one of Tony's Quest International
UFO Investigators for some years from 1993. Over very many years, Tony
had made a great contribution to the whole UFO business with his own
investigations, magazine articles and most of all, his popular lectures and talks
on conference and meeting platforms all over the world.

He was so well liked and respected by everybody for his patience and humility
and willingness to talk at length to anybody on UFO topics. He doggedly stuck
to finding and reporting the truth of the reality of extraterrestrial presence,
even at the expense of seriously damaging his police career prospects.


Over the past years we have shared many private phone chats, pondering the
meaning of it all and debating the various risks and rights and wrongs of
''blowing the lid off'' aspects of the UFO business.

Certain mind-blowing dreadful evidence, that he knew the authorities were
desperate to 'keep the lid on', had come his way from particular official
sources, had concerned him, but Tony's loyalty to his country and the certain
'authorities' prevailed. 'Blowing the lid off' was a favourite line of Tony's which
we chuckled about many a time. He and Pauline had put up with threats from
the authorities from time to time, mainly in the USA, but he carried on doing
what he was meant to do, exercising constraint and responsibility.
Perhaps 25 years of exemplary service with the rank of sergeant in the West &
North Yorkshire Police Forces had something to do with his loyal attitude.


The late Sergeant Tony Dodd is just one official who witnessed strange craft and who
made it his business to talk to people about his sighting. There are many others. Again,
they are not drugged-up fantasists, but decent, hard-working, educated men and women
with something to tell humanity.

Please, if you have some time, check this video out:

- Peter

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ycJmBeaAltI
 looking4her2335
Joined: 1/23/2013
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Posted: 3/6/2013 6:23:02 PM
So basically, some guy in England saw what he thought was a strange craft, at 4:30 in the morning, on a dark and desolate road...and because he seems to be legit, he seems to be an honest person, I should just...accept his account as an accurate representation of what he saw? I mean, I don't know how else to put it...anecdotal evidence, heck it could be coming from my best friend, claiming he saw a UFO...I'd be skeptical. Photos can be doctored, people can be mistaken, I'm credulous enough to believe someones claim to have seen a UFO at face value, doesnt matter if its a cop, a president, the pope, my mother, whoever...why should I believe it? I'm still confused.

You say he's reliable...why? Because of body language? Do I think the guy is intentionally being misleading...well if, as you say he went on to become a prominent UFOlogist (whatever that means lol) it'd take alot of effort to be lying the entire time, but I really would not put it past anyone to do such things. Making wild accusations about the paranormal, and doing it over and over can become quite a lucritive venture, reguardless of the social stigma to someones family. I guess all I can say is what I have been saying man, stories, however compelling they make you feel, bodly language however genuine it may appear...don't add up to proof that UFO's are traversing the earth's airspace. What he saw could have been a myriad of things, least of all a hallucination...heck the guy was driving around on a unlit backroad at 4 in the morning...you can "see" lots of things that way. I'm not calling the guy a liar, as I stated before, I'm sure he did have an experience, but was it the real mccoy? My jury is out.
 Soul Union
Joined: 6/9/2007
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Posted: 3/6/2013 7:31:39 PM
So basically, some guy in England saw what he thought was a strange craft, at 4:30 in the morning, on a dark and desolate road...and because he seems to be legit, he seems to be an honest person, I should just...accept his account --- looking4her


No one is asking you to do anything. Frankly, I couldn't care less if you even remember to breathe.


What he saw could have been a myriad of things.


No. Let's rule that word out straight away, and let's get the grammar right before we use it.

myriad noun It comes from the Greek, meaning "ten thousand." We talk about "myriad stars in the night sky, thousands upon thousands of objects, not what Sergeant Tony Dodd saw from his police vehicle that morning. You're saying that you know what this man did not see. Mmm? You're saying the poor man is confused, and that what he and his partner saw early that morning could have been one of thousands upon thousands of things. Mmm?

And he's not "some guy in England." He was, by all accounts, a gentleman, a sincere, altruistic and uplifting human being, worth a hundred lying, rotten-mouthed White House officials who will say anything for personal gain.

There is another account I have on DVD, a difficult documentary to get your hands on, which contains a talk given by a former Danish Air Force commander. He describes how about a dozen objects came within ten miles or so of the airfield. Two of them were travelling at "18,000 miles an hour," according to radar. This is a very 'serious'-looking man, a former high-ranking officer, with nothing to gain by reflecting on his memories, memories of the incident which happened "back when I was only a captain at the time."

Again, I couldn't care less what anyone thinks. I am not here to convince anyone, influence anyone or ask anyone to do or be or think anything about anything in this universe. I don't even ask for the time of day. I'll find it myself, just like I do my own research.

The late Tony Dodd can be seen and heard here, amongst other places:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LGLxPciCLOA

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FDOsZXyqOGA

- Peter
 Luthion
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Posted: 3/6/2013 7:57:55 PM
There's nothing wrong with believing in the potential of alien *life*. Science supports the possibility.

Just don't assume they've visited us. Their chances of leaving their own solar system and actually managing to find our world amongst the almost incomprehensible vastness of space are about as high as our own - nearly impossible, and incredibly improbable.

The American government couldn't even hide when their president gets a blow job. Most of its military war crimes have been blown open in recent years. Do you really think if aliens had actually visited our planet that anyone would have been able to keep it a secret for more than five minutes?
 mark777771
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Posted: 3/7/2013 2:59:17 AM
Luthian that was funny about the president, and a great way to make a point. While I have mixed feelings as to whether we have been visited by aliens, it is interesting that so many people of all walks of life have forward and risked a lot to share what they saw,
 looking4her2335
Joined: 1/23/2013
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Posted: 3/7/2013 10:41:11 AM

No. Let's rule that word out straight away, and let's get the grammar right before we use it.
myriad noun It comes from the Greek, meaning "ten thousand."


Whoa whoa whoa guy, take it easy, I was not aware, that I was going to awake the grammar nazi in you. By myriad, I mean, many things. Just...take it easy.


And he's not "some guy in England." He was, by all accounts, a gentleman, a sincere, altruistic and uplifting human being, worth a hundred lying, rotten-mouthed White House officials who will say anything for personal gain

No, seriously, beyond all the claims you've made about his personality, such as a "gentleman, sincere, altruistic ect...he's just a guy who claimed to see something odd. That's it. Him being a gentleman, or so you say, has no bearing on whether I believe his claim or not. Furthermore, whats with all these references to "white house officials"...I sense a great disdain for the white house, and people who work in said building...alot from you no less.
 RussArtLover
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Posted: 3/7/2013 11:40:31 AM
Any of you guys ever actually been to Washington DC? lol
I had occasion to in my 30s. Took advantage and drove around all over it, people watching, soaking up the culture. Was great, EXCEPT when I drove into certain areas. I experienced AWE for the first time. Like they were watching me watch them. I wouldn't call them enemies, more like how we feel toward puppies chewing on the furniture. Some years later I saw ships multiple times. It's simply an experience you'll have to interpret yourself when/if you seem them. I felt privileged. :)
 Albvs
Joined: 2/14/2013
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Posted: 3/7/2013 3:48:13 PM

... it flickers up like a flame, and then it burns out and disappears.

Sounds like it wasn't a star.

It could have been a meteor burning up in the atmosphere and the positioning was such that it was coming in a direction toward your viewpoint. You might try to pinpoint the night(s) when this happened and then research the recurring meteor showers that pelt the Earth for when they arrive. I've watched some (like the Leonids) from my own viewpoint in North America and they put on a great show.
 Albvs
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Posted: 3/7/2013 3:53:22 PM

Any of you guys ever actually been to Washington DC? lol

As I mentioned before in one of these threads, I worked there.


Like they were watching me watch them. I wouldn't call them enemies, more like how we feel toward puppies chewing on the furniture. Some years later I saw ships multiple times.

July 12th, 1952
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sTZ7O9cfpPQ

Yeah, D.C. used to have more than their fair share of flying saucer sitings for a while there.
 Albvs
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Posted: 3/7/2013 3:59:10 PM

Do you really think if aliens had actually visited our planet that anyone would have been able to keep it a secret for more than five minutes?

Yes I do. The military does a pretty good job of indoctrination. It's very selective about who gets access to sensitive information.

But look at this forum. Here I am, a veteran who worked at the Pentagon, and I'm trying to relate things and all I get is ridicule from people who couldn't/wouldn't ever believe anything like this. What good does it do to even try to communicate anything? You're not open to it. You suggest that the problem is that people can't keep a good secret. Here I am trying to do just that and you refuse to listen. Ironic?
 Luthion
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Posted: 3/7/2013 4:02:23 PM
I don't believe for a second that you worked at the Pentagon, frankly. 99% of the stuff you've posted on these forums is utterly drivel pseudo-science without any thought for actual real science and a complete lack of understandings of how the whole concept of scientific evidence works.

If it exists, why aren't you out proving it? Go contact Wikileaks or something.

I'm open to anything. That can actually be supported by reliable sources and proven. Show me actual empirical evidence and I will believe you in a hearbeat. Almost everything you post is constructed of abysmal pseudo-science and half baked theorising. None of it holds any weight.
 Albvs
Joined: 2/14/2013
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Posted: 3/7/2013 4:15:49 PM

well I used to be the head of NASA , but I really can't talk about that, before I ran the disinformation program at the U.N., where I had Carte-Blanche access at the Pentagon as well as at the White House, 10 Downing Street, and the French Piscine, the Kremlin and the Soviet DoD, plus was the exchange officer with China and North Korea (all subject to confidentiality restrictions, ALAS!) and was the go-to consultant for the top billionaires of the world,. but I signed a non-disclosure statement so really I can't say anything except I know that aliens exist, I met several and even had them over for Sunday brunch..but I can't say anything about that!!

of course you should believe me given my credentials, however I could not wear my uniform as Supreme Earth Commander in my profile photo, because it is against the terms of my employment contract!

Awe... you're such a comedian.

Oh look, it's a photo of me in the Air Force...
http://i50.tinypic.com/2cscfas.jpg

Handsome, wasn't I? I worked in the 7th Communications Group. As I recall one of my offices was BD926. (Go ahead and Google that.) If you knew anything about office designations in the Pentagon you'd know that to find BD926 you start on the basement level, go to the D ring, 9th spoke and then look for office 26 down that corridor.

I had two top-secret security clearances: TS-TK/Gamma and TS-SCI. Google that, too. Do a little research and find out what your government paid to vet me for those. We provided secure communications for the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the White House and lots of other nameless sites in the Pentagon.

Honestly, the food in the food court was total crap. Whoever had won that contract to supply food for us should be shot. It felt like a mile walk to my car in the parking lot each way and I'm not exaggerating.

------------

The billionaire angel investor: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrew_Rudd
 RussArtLover
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Why should I believe in aliens?
Posted: 3/7/2013 4:19:20 PM
For what it's worth ...I sold a computer to a guy once. He told me his job was personally visiting people scaring the crap out of them so they would stfu about sightings :)
I guess I just have that effect on people "in person". Some people don't have to try to be cool. I guess I don't have to try to be the anti-christ.

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