The Disclosure Project

Submitted by Bill St. Clair on Tue, 25 Jan 2005 13:00:00 GMT
# - Imagery - cartoon commentary on the difference between the imagery and the reality of Bushnev's swearing in. Hehe.

# Roscoe at - Hunting In The Home - an hilarious account of shooting a squirrel in the kitchen with CB caps fired from a Browning Buckmark pistol. [kimdutoit]

# Brother Veritus' Website - New Energy Disclosure Initiative - an announcment of Dr. Steven Greer's Disclosure Project, "pursuing a disclosure on the existence of new and alternate energy systems that have been deliberately and illegally suppressed." I found it while doing a Google search for "tetrasil" as an AIDS cure. Have your tin foil hat ready.

The Disclosure Project, in cooperation with Space Energy Access Systems Inc., has discovered that over the past 75 years a number of important breakthroughs in energy efficiency, alternate forms of energy generation and propulsion have been deliberately withheld from the public to prop up the oil, gas, coal, public utility and nuclear power industries.

These significant technological breakthroughs that have been suppressed range from modifications of the internal combustion engine to get significantly higher miles per gallon to new electromagnetic generating systems that extract energy from the so-called Quantum Vacuum.

Current intelligence gathered by The Disclosure Project and SEAS indicates that a shadowy operation connected to covert government and intelligence programs but run primarily by US and foreign corporate interests have resulted in this suppression...

# Theodore C. Loder, III at The Disclosure Project - "Outside the Box" Space and Terrestrial Transportation and Energy Technologies for the 21st Century - Veeery interestink. Definitely not schtupid. [disclosure]

Mark McCandlish[36] is an accomplished aerospace illustrator and has worked for many of the top aerospace corporations in the United States. A colleague, with whom he studied, has been inside a facility at Norton Air Force Base, where he witnessed alien reproduction vehicles, or ARVs, that were fully operational and hovering. He states that the US not only has operational antigravity propulsion devices, but we have had them for many, many years, and they have been developed through the study, in part, of extraterrestrial vehicles over the past fifty years.

A close friend, Brad Sorensen, told him of visiting The Big Hangar, during an air show at Norton Air Force Base on November 12, 1988 and how he had seen flying saucers in this hangar. "There were three flying saucers floating off the floor--no cables suspended from the ceiling holding them up, no landing gear underneath--just floating, hovering above the floor. He said that the smallest was somewhat bell-shaped. They were all identical in shape and proportion, except that there were three different sizes. They had little exhibits with a videotape running, showing the smallest of the three vehicles sitting out in the desert, presumably over a dry lakebed, some place like Area 51. It showed this vehicle making three little quick, hopping motions; then [it] accelerated straight up and out of sight, completely disappearing from view in just a couple of seconds--no sound, no sonic boom--nothing."

"Well, this craft was what they called the Alien Reproduction Vehicle; it was also nicknamed the Flux Liner. This antigravity propulsion system--this flying saucer--was one of three that were in this hangar at Norton Air Force Base. [Its] synthetic vision system [used] the same kind of technology as the gun slaving system they have in the Apache helicopter: if [the pilot] wants to look behind him, he can pick a view in that direction, and the cameras slew in pairs. [The pilot] has a little screen in front of his helmet, and it gives him an alternating view. He [also] has a little set of glasses that he wears--in fact, you can actually buy a 3-D viewing system for your video camera now that does this same thing--so when he looks around, he has a perfect 3-D view of the outside, but no windows. So, why do they have no windows? Well, it's probably because the voltages that we're talking about [being] used in this system were probably something between, say, half a million and a million volts of electricity." Brad Sorensen stated that at the ARV display, "a three star general said that these vehicles were capable of doing light speed or better."

# K-Meleon "is an extremely fast, customizable, lightweight web browser for the win32 (Windows) platform based on the Gecko layout engine (the rendering engine of Mozilla). K-Meleon is free, open source software released under the GNU General Public License." Works for me. Very fast. Doesn't remember at startup a set of tabs that you set up, only a single page, but has a macro language that will probably make this possible. Did I say it was fast? It also rendered correctly all the pages I looked at, including this blog page. 4.8 meg download. And it's bloody fast. [clairefiles]

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