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Re: Why The Cover-Up?

From: Peter B. Davenport <director.nul>
Date: Wed, 25 Jul 2007 10:55:04 -0700
Archived: Wed, 25 Jul 2007 20:44:33 -0400
Subject: Re: Why The Cover-Up?


>From: Stan Friedman <fsphys.nul>
>To: <ufoupdates.nul>
>Date: Wed, 25 Jul 2007 11:05:05 -0300
>Subject: Re: Why The Cover-Up?

>>From: Michael Stimson <Michael001.nul>
>>To: <ufoupdates.nul>
>>Date: Tue, 24 Jul 2007 14:23:03 +0100
>>Subject: Re: Why The Cover-Up?

><snip>

>>I think deductive logic applies to the UFO situation. If we apply our
>>human knowledge to the situation, then what do we know or think we
>>know?

>>Interstellar travel at the speed of light is impossible.

>>Deductive logic tells you that they must be coming from closer to home.
>>Take the Roswell crash as an example. It was a fairly small craft, and
>>there were reports of bodies. There have been no reports of any food,
>>water, or life support systems.

>>Deductive logic tells us that it has to have been a short range craft.
>>There were no provisions for long term travel or emergencies.

>>In space, there's no up or down, left or right so if you're travelling
>>in a small craft from umpteen light years away, with no food, water,
>>life support, or emergency procedures, then Earth is going to be a hard
>>place to find!

>>I agree with the Earth theory. I called it 'Binary Evolution'
>>and it was put online in 2001 here:

>>http://projectprove.com/Arts/BnEv/BnEv.php



>Michael

>How many times does it have to be pointed out that, not
>surprisingly, there are many reports of huge "mother ships".

>Think Martin Jacek's Yukon case .6-1.2 miles long. Or JAL, twice
>the size of an aircraft carrier. Think of huge aircraft carriers
>and small airplanes. The nuclear reactors on the carriers need
>refueling every 18 years. The planes need fuel after a few hours
>of flight. The planes have no food or beds. They operate in
>drastically different environments.. Outer space between stars
>in low gravity... and in high gravity in an atmosphere where one
>certainly doesn't want to fly at the speed of light...1/7th of a
>second to go around the planet. At 99.99% of the speed of light,
>it only takes 6months pilot time to travel 37 Light years . Lets
>get real.


>Proclamations are the tool of the debunkers.


Stan, et al:

It is worth mentioning the five (?), triangular-shaped, craft
which passed over the Phoenix area on the evening of March 13,
1997. A ground crewman on duty that night reported that the lead
pilot of the flight of two F-15's that first intercepted one of
the objects described, upon landing back at Luke AFB, that the
object had filled his canopy and windscreen...from his "9
o'clock" position, to his "3 o'clock" position. Very large. All
witnesses estimate that the object(s) they observed that night
were "immense," and subsequent investigation indicates that the
objects probably were between one and two (statute) miles in
width.

In 1995, a former seminary student published a written report
about his alleged abduction circa 1971 while he was a student in
New Hampshire. He reports that he was taken aboard a relatively
small disc, which ascended (??) to a larger craft, where the
student alleges to have witnessed a myriad of similar disc-
shaped craft, all parked in rows and columns in an immensely
large bay. The witness seemed credible, judging from the manner
in which he composed the report.

With regard to a source of energy, one possibility that seems to
have been overlooked in the UFO community is the "free"
hydrogen, which populates "empty" interstellar space. There
appears to be approximately one atom of monatomic hydrogen per
cubic meter in "empty" space. Moreover, given that hydrogen is
slightly magnetic, it is not too difficult to imagine how
significant quantities of it might be collected.

If we combine this fact with the reports being put forth by the
physicists at Black Light Power, Inc., (www.blacklightpower.com)
in Princeton, NJ, that there is a third, and much lower, energy
state for hydrogen than the two currently recognized by our
physics, then we have a plausible mechanism for technology-based
craft to course through space over long periods of time.

If tritium, deuterium, or helium-3 are present in interstellar
space, which probably is the case, the argument becomes even
more powerful, I believe.

By the way, the claims being put forward by the folks at Black
Light Power are quite interesting, and they appear to be backed
up by a number of interesting technical papers. If their
assertion that there is a lower energy state for hydrogen; that
approximately three orders of magnitude more energy is released
when that level is achieved than is the case with the energy
levels we observe on Earth; and that the hydrogen at this lower
state serves as a catalyst to promote the same reaction, it
could explain other phenomena that apparently may occur, but
which we do not fully understand, yet. I refer to "cold" fusion;
spontaneous human combustion; and existence of "dark" matter. I
would be happy to elaborate further, if anyone is
interested.

Peter
NUFORC

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