Discussion in 'Alien Hub' started by wwkirk, Dec 6, 2018.
Can someone tell me what this is in reference to please? Who wrote/said what???
There really was nothing original about anything Lazar claimed. I don't think he's terribly creative, just an effective liar. That takes practice. Years of practice.
For the record, those of us following the topic were familiar with the cow blood nonsense and all the rest of Lear's silly blather well before it became a "hot topic". Lear himself has an engaging personality, is very articulate, and has a respectable resume. He just happens to be batshit crazy.
Lam, if you follow the link above, to McMillan's other tweets, the context is clear. This might work too.
Yeah you got that right, I think he believes all that tripe lol...
@Lam Apologies but as @Double Nought Spy said above click the tweets of McMillan's and read the Twitter thread for context of my post, I just found those particular tweets bizarre at the moment lol...
Jeremy, Jeremy, Jeremy... Bob has made a right fool of you for years. It's sad. It's embarrassing.
"Knapp said he didn't know what was happening." Well, no argument from me on that.
Joe Rogan Experience #1510 - George Knapp & Jeremy Corbell
bad news lazar is a hoax. good news im not. i can walk people through ctensor which is surprisingly free to backcheck my solutions to prove it.
Yep Joe has been drinking the kool-aid...
Alien scientist knows what he is talking about regarding Lazar. Lazar is a hoax and one that makes them good money. Its in their interests to shut down people with real physics education in their background like Jeremy, Stanton, and myself, David.
Exactly, that's why the whole warp drive thing is promoted so heavily, because, while scientific, it would never work.
Actually with modifications to the spacetime, its not so infeasible as you would think. I've worked out a way to essentially arbitrarily reduce its negative energy requirement and a way to localize it so that something like Casimir plates could produce that part of it. But Lazar's proposal has nothing to do with "warp drive".
That particular load of claptrap is straight from one of Lear's more feverish fantasies. I don't know if Lear dreamed it up himself or "borrowed" it, but I think he's the earliest known vector. It later had a long career on the early interwebz as part of the "Branton" documents, which someone supposedly chased down to a high school kid in Utah but who knows. Of course it influenced such oracles as Phil Schneider too. It's the Slenderman of the 80s.
I watched all 3 hours of it in hope of hearing some new things. And I wasn't disappointed. There was a short footage of the element 114 that was able to bend light. It was mentioned that the descending Tick-Tock-Toe craft rattled like ball-bearing sphere in a glass jar when it came close to the larger submerged craft. Some witnesses on the Skinwalker ranch had seen a wormhole in the sky from which spacecrafts were coming out. Etc.
But an old thing annoyed me again, again and again.
There are three diletants (most ufologists are diletants) and trying to prove something with government documents. If anything job of the government is to play politics, and we all know that there is no truth in politics. Sadly, 99% of the time truth is a victim of politics.
It's a simple fact that laws of nature are above the laws of men. Neither Congress nor the Parlament can decide that the moon is square if nature decided that the Moon will be round. So the only way to decide if UFOs are real is by consulting with reputable scientists, like Stanton Freedman, Jacque Vallee, Puthoff, etc, not government documents. Joe Rogan should be bringing scientists, experts in general relativity, quantum mechanics and meta-materials etc. and consult with them whether what witnesses reported can be explained with science.
Practically, if General Relativty says that UFOs are here, they are here. It's completely irrelevant what government documents say.
Right now I'm using what time I put into this to add to the exact solutions thread. At some point I plan to create a warp drive thread where I'll discuss modifying warp drive in ways that would make it much more feasible.
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