The awful truth about UFOs....


TnWatchdog

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I found this video with Linda Moulton Howe most enlightening.

I watched the first 30 minutes...will watch more later. Very interesting regarding the Roswell cover-up. I lived there when I was young and remember Walker AFB closing in 1967. About half the population moved out of town. Locals were pissed as other bases were kept, although improvements needed to be made on them. 747 jets practiced on the runways after the closing. Some thought the closing was tied to the Roswell UFO event...wouldn't surprise me.
 

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I feel like we are in a dilemma. Yes, I want to believe, but I don't know if I can, I really haven't seen much proof
You could spend days on YouTube looking at all the recorded UFO's.

My interest has always been on how the propulsion system works. Just recently I came across an observation from one of Tesla's devices that shows how the propulsion works. There is a legal loophole in physics that allows for inertia-less propulsion.
 

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I feel like we are in a dilemma. Yes, I want to believe, but I don't know if I can, I really haven't seen much proof
You could spend days on YouTube looking at all the recorded UFO's.

My interest has always been on how the propulsion system works. Just recently I came across an observation from one of Tesla's devices that shows how the propulsion works. There is a legal loophole in physics that allows for inertia-less propulsion.
Yea but of those YouTube videos more than half of them I bet the person who FILMED it knows its fake and then other times it just is so obviously not real, the percent that just might actually be real, or even just good quality ones that aren't completely faked is MAYBE 5%. My experience is that the only reason you trust YouTube is if it's an official documentary or someone who just did their research.
 

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I feel like we are in a dilemma. Yes, I want to believe, but I don't know if I can, I really haven't seen much proof
You could spend days on YouTube looking at all the recorded UFO's.

My interest has always been on how the propulsion system works. Just recently I came across an observation from one of Tesla's devices that shows how the propulsion works. There is a legal loophole in physics that allows for inertia-less propulsion.
Yea but of those YouTube videos more than half of them I bet the person who FILMED it knows its fake and then other times it just is so obviously not real, the percent that just might actually be real, or even just good quality ones that aren't completely faked is MAYBE 5%. My experience is that the only reason you trust YouTube is if it's an official documentary or someone who just did their research.
Most of the good ones are privately recorded by people that just happen to be out and about. It's a lot more than 5%. But surprisingly I did not find one that looked like swamp gas or the planet Venus.
 
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Talking to numerous government officials and astronomers from a local club. I've been told with some authority that 99.99 percent of UFO sightings. Tend to be either swamp gas or weather balloons trapped in thermal pocket reflecting the light from Venus. It that 0.01 percent that interesting, but usually after applying logic that 0.01 percent tends to be solved and non-extraterrestrial.
Not true that's what some group wants you to think Ive seen spacecraft on over 100 separate occasions and have seen aliens also it's not nearly as rare occurrence as you think