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Re: Did Unknown Intruders Erase ICBM Target Codes?

From: Gerald O'Connell <goc.nul>
Date: Wed, 8 Feb 2012 19:04:37 -0000
Archived: Wed, 08 Feb 2012 16:34:06 -0500
Subject: Re: Did Unknown Intruders Erase ICBM Target Codes?


>From: Jerome Clark <jkclark.nul>
>To: post.nul
>Date: Wed, 8 Feb 2012 08:59:35 -0600
>Subject: Re: Did Unknown Intruders Erase ICBM Target Codes?

>>From: Kathy Kasten <catraja.nul>
>>To: <post.nul>
>>Date: Wed, 8 Feb 2012 00:38:59 +0000
>>Subject: Re: Did Unknown Intruders Erase ICBM Target Codes?

>>>From: Robert Hastings <ufohastings.nul>
>>>To: <post.nul>
>>>Date: Sun, 5 Feb 2012 10:43:34 -0500 (EST)
>>>Subject: Did Unknown Intruders Erase ICBM Target Codes?

>>>My latest article is up at The UFO Chronicles:

>>>http://tinyurl.com/7dqy29z

>>>Yet Another Nuclear Missile Launch Officer Talks about UFOs at
>>>F.E. Warren AFB:

>>>Did the Unknown Intruders Erase ICBM Target Codes?

>>><snip>

>>>To summarize, here we have yet another former ICBM launch
>>>officer saying that UFOs have repeatedly monitored and=C2=97according
>>>to missile maintenance and targeting personnel=C2=97tampered with our
>>>nuclear missiles.

>>>The latest missile-disruption incident at F.E. Warren AFB,
>>>according to two recently retired maintenance technicians,
>>>occurred on October 23, 2010. In other words, despite blanket
>>>denials from the Air Force, UFO activity at U.S. nuclear missile
>>>sites continues to nearly the present day.

>>Robert:

>>I always enjoy reading your reports. You act as a reporter; just
>>reporting the facts and leave analysis up to the reader.

>>So, as a reader of your latest report, I have a question: why
>>the hell would a so-called ET civilization be interested in
>>erasing missile tapes and monitoring maintenance of nuclear
>>missiles? To me doing so reeks of possible enemy combatants
>>spying on our facilities.

>>Yeah, I know foreign technology has been ruled out. The general
>>line is that nobody has technology capable of doing the things
>>to missiles that are being reported. Who is that sure where of
>>they speak?

>>I just have a problem with ET intervention into our missile
>>sites. I am sure you have your reasons for thinking ETs are
>>interested.

>>I guess I need to hear a really sound argument.

>This is the sort of thing that drives me nuts.

>(1) The issue is a UFO report, not speculation about ETs.

>(2) What in the world qualifies you to know what the ETs - you
>know, the ones nobody but you is talking about - would or would
>not do?

>This kind of silliness is one good reason why UFO-related
>discussions so seldom get anywhere.

>What a load of tiresome nonsense. One would like to think we're
>not children here, but sometimes I can't help fearing the worse.
>This is one of those occasions.

This seems to be recurring syndrome: Bob H. does some determined
and expert digging, comes up with his evidence, uncovers some
intriguing correlations, makes the info available, and then
people start talking a load of crap. Let's hope he doesn't get
disheartened by this.

Well, anyway, nobody has put forward a convincing argument as to
why nuke-related UFOs can't, in some if not all cases, be an
exotic form of electro-atmospheric effect, perhaps even
occasioned by some particular aspect of the electronics or
associated insulation/screening at the installations in
question. Such effects might plausibly account for tape erasures
and shut-downs. Until issues like this are intelligently worked
through it really is premature to start inferring motivation or
to argue backwards from an inferred unintelligibility of
motivation to a consequent source for the associated UFO
sightings.

I'd be interested to hear the views of physicists (amateur and
professional) on this one.

Still, taking KK's point at face value, I'd ask her this: what
makes you think that any motivation is needed to account for
malfunctions arising from ET 'monitoring'? Are you assuming that
your ETs are omnipotent or omniscient?

Such assumptions are pure gold as entertainment value for
armchair social anthropologists: 'they are significantly more
advanced than we are, so they must be deities'. Just be extra
careful over there in the New World, it's the spinning discs
with 'Corts' written on the side that are most dangerous...



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