Fruitless in that we seem to be no closer to understanding what they are, but that may be simply due to the fact that our poor brains aren't up to the job. And maybe never will be.Barry Goldwater found out what is true in the past, the present and in the future.
The study of UFOs is absolutely fruitless.
All getting very complicated? Wonder what is really going on.Democratic New York Senator Kristen Gillibrand has presented an amendment to the 2022 Defense Bill that UFO research and study is to be taken away from the Dept. of the Navy.
The amendment establishes a independent entity UFO office not influenced by the Pentagon.
Will Congress go for this amendment ?
Elizondo echos past British intelligence office WW II, Ivan T. Sanderson”s, idea that UFOs need the hydrogen in our water and that is why UFOs are near water.
Water is a great way to store hydrogen and oxygen until you need them in their gaseous form.Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe. Why would any spacefaring species consider cracking hydrogen out of earth's water (which requires substantial energy input) an efficient way of gathering it?
That's right. There is more water on the small moon Europa than there is on Earth, and Europa is just one of numerous ice moons orbiting Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune.I can't think of a single substance that exists on Earth that isn't more easily acquired by a space faring species in space
Thanks, charliebrown. Very interesting. Is that quoted verbatim? I wonder what the context was. I do fear that she might get fired anyway, for even saying that much.I can not rule out that UFOs buzzing our planes and ships is alien origin, and we need more information.
I can not say anymore because I would be fired.
That's something about Roswell that has always intrigued me.Goldwater was wrong.
That's something about Roswell that has always intrigued me.
Quite apart from the fact that it seems implausible that a broken balloon would be transported to Wright Field, why would anyone think that a hangar would be the best place to house a collection of what appeared to be bits of tinfoil and balsa wood ? Surely some kind of laboratory would be a better bet?
So yeah, if the debris was taken to Wright Field and housed in Building 18, (apparently labs and offices), how many other facets of the cover story don't exactly mesh together properly?
If of further interest, see my post:Comedian Jackie Gleason and President Nixon were real close and shared UFO and alien body information.
Looks like they must have had spent some time online.Sun on line UK claims they spent a lot of time going through the titanic volume of release past FBI files and came to the conclusion that the 1940s in the U.S. was one insane time concerning UFOs.
By the time the transporting aircraft (allegedly a B-25) landed at Wright Field the Air Force had been contacted by the spooks who built and operated the Project MOGUL balloon array program (i.e., the CIA). These intelligence folks had discovered the debris stories coming out of Roswell and Kelly AFBs, surmised the mystery debris was the top secret MOGUL balloon array they'd just lost over the area, and notified the Air Force the transported materials were to be secured until they (the spooks) could retrieve them.