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Who is Luis Elizondo? (re: DeLonge's TTS/AAS money making media empire)

Discussion in 'The UFO Forum' started by CuCullen, Oct 13, 2017.

  1. Frank Stalter

    Frank Stalter Paranormal Adept

    Nov 5, 2009
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  2. USI Calgary

    USI Calgary J. Randall Murphy

    Aug 15, 2010
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    Calgary Canada
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    Elizondo - Here's a nice summary with Knapp

  3. Hollywood Tomfortas

    Hollywood Tomfortas Paranormal Adept

    Jun 21, 2012
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    Cat Butler
    Los Angeles, California
    Hello @Lue ! How are you? It’s been two months since your last visit here to the Paracast forum, and it looks like your surgery went well, judging from your much more hale and hearty appearance on FOX News with Tucker Carlson.

    (A Hollywood Central Casting observation: You actually remind me now of the strong and sturdy Mormon pioneer, Brigham Young, so that’s probably why I’ve taken to calling you “Prophet Elizondo” among some other cute epithets which you can find scattered across the forum)

    But on to a serious question many of us have about that 3rd video release.

    Why was it not properly vetted by someone on the TTSA team who could competently calculate the speed and altitude of the object from the pilot’s display data?

    I assume it was Tom DeLonge who wrote the text for the TTSA release, claiming this was some anomalous object flying at a high speed very close to the surface of the ocean.

    But Mick West and folks at Metabunk as well as our own Paracaster Brother @Realm immediately calculated that the object may have been either a weather balloon or a migratory bird at an altitude of 13,000 feet and moving quite slowly, maybe 30 to 40 knots.

    Once again, it appears that Tom deLonge’s “Donald-Trumpian” level of grandiosity and self-serving exaggeration was allowed to once again embarrass TTSA and result in yet another blow against the credibility of you and the other serious and competence members of your team.

    But it’s great to have you back.

    Best regards,

    Tom Mellett
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  4. Minny McNinny

    Minny McNinny Skilled Investigator

    Mar 4, 2018
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    Jacksonville, FL
    Are you that bored that all you have to contribute is replying to a post that is almost a month old including in that post a silly totally fallible 'calculation' that somehow produces the reality of a bird (migratory? with no feathers?) or a weather balloon? Or a kite, yes, why not a tailless hyooge kite?
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