To The Stars Academy: Investigating the Unexplained

Discussion in 'UFOs & Sightings' started by nivek, Feb 9, 2019.

  1. Cosmic Cat

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    I got $20 on a repeat of the past 65 years.
     
  2. nivek

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  3. Cosmic Cat

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    I wonder what change that is?
     
  4. 1963

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    I suspect it might be referring to this CC... Army UFOs | UFO Research | Are UFOs Real?

    All very nice i'm sure.... but as Kyle says ..
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    unfortunately, in light of just who is involved in this thing... I suspect yet another pile of cheap publicity-grabbing steaming stuff. [​IMG] ... Hope i'm wrong though. :Tongue:

    Cheers.
     
  5. Cosmic Cat

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    Oh, OK I remember that now...
     
  6. nivek

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    Lue Elizondo really hasn't posted much of anything on Twitter besides these 'fluffy' tweets, I dont want my pillow fluffed, I would like to know the results of the material analysis of the metamaterials...Didn't TTSA promise to post the results publicly?... @Thomas R. Morrison

     
  7. Thomas R. Morrison

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    Yes...yes they did promise to make their test results public.

    Then they signed a CRADA with the Army, instead, assuring that any interesting test results would not be made public for at least several years (if ever). That was the moment when I stopped going out of my way to defend TTSA. I still favor what they've accomplished so far - bringing the subject of AAVs into mainstream discussion in a credible way, for the most part - but I've always been vehemently opposed to 1.) the militarization of AAV technology and 2.) military secrecy standing between the public and scientific knowledge of the AAV subject. So that decision moved me from "advocate" to "bystander." And here's my reasoning: if any world government acquires gravitational field propulsion technology without a global treaty in place first banning its use for military applications, then the balance of power in the world will be dangerously destabilized and the threat of a global holocaust that ends human civilization will be amplified to historically perilous levels. No responsible person or organization would take that risk.
     
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  8. Cosmic Cat

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    And they are the ones pissing and moaning about the government hiding shit....Who's hiding shit now Lue? Kind of makes you wonder if there was ever anything to this meta material bullshit....Hell for all we know LMH pick those rocks out of her of Koi pond or some shit.
     
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  9. pigfarmer

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    Belief we're on the cusp of something is usually the perfect environment to commit fraud or make cults
     
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  10. Double Nought Spy

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    Lue is becoming quite the tease. At least he is not endorsing proven frauds (so far), so that's an improvement over the first mouthpiece.
     
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  11. pigfarmer

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    Reading a book about T.E. Lawrence circa 1915. No, not much UFO stuff to talk about but Lawrence described a British PM who was basically an intelligent, well connected, well intentioned menace. His ilk were referred to as The Amateurs.

    When I read this passage I couldn't help but think of a few aspects of this field and some of the people in it.

    “….the imaginative advocate of unconvincing world movements…. A bundle of prejudices, intuitions, half-sciences. His ideas were of the outside, and he lacked patience to test his materials before choosing his style of building. He would take an aspect of the truth, detach it from its circumstances, inflate it, twist it, and model it.”
     
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  12. 1963

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    Hi PF, he was certainly 'some captivating guy' that Tommy Lawrence wasn't he. I remember a teacher of mine [Mr. Hutchinson] was what you might call a 'super-fan' of Lawrence's life story and being deeply fascinated by the tales of the man, his worldly perspective and of course , his escapades and mysterious demise.
    ...And no alas I haven't got any 'rare knowledge' about little known UFO sightings made by Lawrence [which was the direction that I thought that you were heading when I read your post. lol] ... but just for the hell of it.. there is a very tenuous link to the Ufological scene that you may , or may not already be aware of ? ... and that is that Dr John E Mack the highly respected and prominent Ufologist and author. [ you know, He was a Harvard professor who was famed for his researches into the alien abduction phenomenon. ... as I said , a very highly regarded man by many in the genre... but though a man who's integrity I have no doubt about , though regrettably a little gullible and prone to be conned in my own personal opinion] ... nevertheless he is the tenuous link that I mentioned earlier with regards to T E Lawrence and ufology, in as much as that On 27 September 2004 Dr Mack was visiting Britain to attend a symposium on T E Lawrence. After attending the symposium dinner he decided to walk back to the house where he was staying. It was late at night. As he stepped off a curb near Totteridge Lane he was knocked down by a bloody fool of a drunk driver Raymond Czechowski. He died very shortly after. ... The driver, Raymond Czechowski, an IT manager, was arrested at the scene, and later entered a plea of guilty by careless driving while under the influence of alcohol. but surprisingly Mack's family requested leniency for the suspect Czechowski in a letter to the Crown Court.
    ... The driver, Ray Czechowski served 6 months and was disqualified from driving for 3 years ... And then the [regularly controversial] Actress Shirley Maclaine caused a minor headline in recent years by claiming that Dr Mack had been deliberately murdered, saying that another man called John Mack had also been knocked down by a drunk driver in another part of London at the same time. [I tried to follow that claim up at the time, but ran into a wall of either 'useless researching abilities' or 'publicity-bullshit' lol] ... even now some of the hardened CT mob have put down Dr Mack’s death as another on the list of "UFO investigators who have met untimely ends". and then there are others [ie, folk like me!] that say it’s all a lot of nonsense, and it’s very likely Dr Mack simply had the sheer rotten bad luck to be in the wrong place at the wrong time.
    ...So no!, no tales about Lawrence coming across any flying saucers during his desert treks ... but just imagine how much of a spectacular scene that would have been... [​IMG]


    Cheers Buddy.
     
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  13. pigfarmer

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    If I had a time machine Tommy boy would be on my list. Real Cairo 1915 makes film noir Casablanca look like a kiddie ice cream party. My impression is that he was a brilliant odd snotty little f****r.

    No, I was just thinking that TE could have used that exact language about TDL, Lue, or any number of others in this porcelain rimmed field. Kind of odd reading one book and having that pop up in my head. I got another one today about the 'rona.
     
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  14. UAP007

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    Disclosure will bring more questions than answers. More Curiousity. More riddles, More fun. It's also possible that people will not trust the answers provided by the Phenomenon itself, let alone answers provided by Human authorities.
     
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  15. UAP007

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    Some people including Tom delonge thinks that we're in a pivotal time. A new age full of magic & wonder. Maybe that's why Disclosure is happening. Ryan Bledsoe said we're going to enter the age of Consciousness & Energy.
     
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  16. Cosmic Cat

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    Beware false gifts........
     
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  17. nivek

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    I missed seeing this tweet back in August...

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  18. Cosmic Cat

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    I saw it and dismissed it as bullshit.
     
  19. 1963

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  20. nivek

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    I'm going to watch the movie when its released, which I think is in a few days...

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