- Nov 25, 2013
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I think we suffer from short-term memory loss! We always forget the lessons of war; it takes about three generations currently for folks to become disconnected from events of the past and forget what occurred. Strange events like those that occurred in the '40s and '50s are even more easily forgotten because they don't fit easily into consensus reality anyway. It becomes startlingly clear when you read articles from the late '40s and early '50s that remind people about the "airship" wave that occurred long before, and how it was the same thing that people were seeing then.