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    Secret Government

    We get the government we buy. Americans (and the western world) vote billions of times every day at the cash registers, and once every couple of years, they make a mark on a piece of paper or a touchscreen that is based one of two bipartisan ideologies molded in the shape of an Imperial cash...
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    Saw this forum and had to post my experience

    I haven't been around the forums for a while. I just like to check in sometimes to see if there's a new story. Here's my take: We live within a certain limited perspective of science that is guarded by the paradigms of research and government control (yes, Virginia, the government DOES watch the...
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    Saw this forum and had to post my experience

    Michigan has a long history of UFOs. They even make fun of it in "Escanaba in Da Moonlight" (a Jeff Daniels classic)
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    I was disappointed.

    Just sad. That was the worst show yet, guys. Don't you guys have some kind of "ABORT" button? It just hurt to listen to it. Battle of wits with an unarmed man who brought dull wit to a gun fight. You even blindfolded yourselves and gave him a head start, and he couldn't pull off a couple of...
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    Klaus Dona Interview

    There was a brief mention of the Michigan plates/artifacts. There is some good writing to stimulate the imagination, but generally, the artifacts have been established as fraudulent. http://www.sos.state.mi.us/history/michrelics/revived.html P.S. I was hoping they weren't when I read the book...
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    Greer Lied. Here's Proof. The End.

    Hoping, not expecting, I guess. I'm always hoping a piece of a puzzle will fall out of someone who knows something somewhere. Just a little piece is sometimes enough to make a leap of logic. Those pieces are few and far between, though. Guys like Greer get a bug up their ass and a wad of money...
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    Greer Lied. Here's Proof. The End.

    The posted links show that these times aren't impossible. Sorry, guys, but your rants against Greer are distracting. Let's get to the meat of what he says about technology, and skip the overacting by everyone (and PLEASE don't let anyone ever start into the Spandex Jackets Future again). I...
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    the mac tonnies show

    That's probably the best advice concerning terminology. I revise my phrase "Human Fraud Hypothesis" to "Human Fraud Practices", as the importance lies in the reality, not the premature conclusions of one person. We know there are some fraudulent practices and disinformation systems being...
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    the mac tonnies show

    So, in a nutshell, you are saying that by branding the confusing as unknowable, we are limiting our ability to understand what may turn out to be reality..? Ok, I'm gellin' with that. In other words, we shouldn't say we know what reality isn't until we know what it really is. I agree...
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    the mac tonnies show

    Yeah, but apparently the publishers benefit from them. Give 'till it hurts. AG "Living (reproduction, growth) is a continuous acquisition of matter and energy. This affinity for 'more' is analogous to a program in a computer that seeks out new data. Living things without this affinity...
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    the mac tonnies show

    Thanks for the link, Mike. A better use of the brain download would be to download oneself into a robot and send the robot to other planets, then upload the experience. "Pearson said that computer consciousness would make feasible a whole new sphere of emotional machines, such as airplanes...
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    the mac tonnies show

    It sounds great, but there are some orders of magnitude when going from basic information (ascii spreadsheets) to full-blown experiential 3D memories and emotions. We can easily back up our tax data, but the sheer volume of what is stored biologically is pretty hard to fathom. Not to get too...
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    the mac tonnies show

    Finished listening to the show, and I enjoyed it very much. "Stan Friedman is on the line...." LOL. As for why we should be so interesting to aliens: I might have said this before, but I'll put the 2 cents in again: If there is one thing in common among all life, it is that it increases in...
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    the mac tonnies show

    Nice animation. Gee....thanks, I guess. The comments are vaguely interesting, too. One a-retentive scientist complained, but mostly people just say "wow" in more words. One of the things I don't see simulated well is the atmospheric and ground-based shock waves that would travel pretty...
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    June 8, 2008 Stan Romanek

    Anyone ask Bernard Haisch about the equations? Supposedly these are zero point field propulsion stuff, and Haisch is probably the best qualified to find any usefulness in the gibberish. My initial look-thru impression is that there are little bits of real symbols mixed with gibberish, with the...
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