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on Mon, 06/10/2013 - 14:07

THOSE who have debunked UFOs for the last 60-plus years are becoming a dying breed since the National Security Agency (NSA) released many declassified documents pertaining to UFOs in April, 2011. Those who have made a career proclaiming the entire UFO phenomenon is just nonsense, mass hallucinations, swamp gas or Earthly aircraft were either terribly uninformed, or outright liars. Most damning to debunkers is a document pertaining to U.S. and Soviet scientists decoding messages from a higher intelligence at the time Sputnik was launched in the early 1960s. This single document on the NSA website proves the debunkers are, and always have been, dead wrong.

In April, 2011, the Allen Telescope Array (ATA) at the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence Institute (SETI) was temporarily mothballed. At a time when NASA’s Hubble, Kepler and other exoplanet-hunting telescopes are detecting hundreds of confirmed and candidate alien worlds orbiting other stars, wouldn’t this be an opportunity to point the ATA at some of these worlds—particularly the ones known to have Earth-like characteristics? There seems to be a reluctance to study similarly habitable exoplanets. Even more curious is the timing of SETI’s radio telescope arrays shutting down abruptly with little notice “due to budget cutbacks.” SETI announced they would turn off their signals on April 15, 2011, only a week before the NSA released documents confirming human contact with extraterrestrials. For UFO researchers, this is a small vindication that their studies were valid all along. Unfortunately for these long-ridiculed researchers, an official disclosure may not be forthcoming.

Contrary to a the widespread debunker opinion regarding the U.S. Government’s supposed inability to keep anything secret, quite the opposite is true. In August, 1942, the “Manhattan Project” was tasked to develop the atomic bomb. It was started under the control of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers during the Roosevelt Administration and not a single leak occurred among the 125,000 people assigned to work on the project. The Manhattan Project utilized four main facilities, including: Hanford, WA; The Clinton Engineer Works at Oak Ridge, TN; the basement of the unused football stadium at the University of Chicago, IL; and the Los Alamos National Laboratory which was built in 1943 on a secluded New Mexico mesa and headed by Robert Oppenheimer. It was, and still is, possible to keep most classified developments top-secret.


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