In 2020, three quarters of a century after the first atomic bomb exploded in New Mexico, the world’s nuclear armed nations spent $72.6 billion to maintain and upgrade their arsenals, or $137,666 a minute, according to watchdog group ICAN. As he shuttled back and forth between his home in Colorado and his father’s place outside San Diego, Robert Fenstermacher says dad talked more over the last year about what happened at F.E. Warren Air Force Base than he had over the previous 44. Maybe the death of Bruce Fenstermacher’s wife in April 2020 triggered it. Bruce was in decent shape for age 78. But the average American’s lifespan is 78. The gravity of the unknown grew more persistent.
This is long overdue.
‘Are we the smartest kid on our cosmic block?’ Harvard astronomer launches Galileo Project to examine UFO reports"
Billy, Can you please communicate with Chris Melon who has maintains his own blog....Unfortunately his recent blog update has been hijacked by one of the "fringe" people... You had the previous means to disrupt their nonsensical input which usually provided them with the out to "pick up their ball and go home"
"No One Knows"?!
"NASA Had a UFO Briefing With a Dept. of Defense Task Force. No One Knows Why"
Could it be that Americans just don't want to believe that the Wall Street plan all along was to use their atomic population reduction technology on you and me? Before he was shot dead did Karl Liebknecht (1871-1919) not give us a right heads up when he informed us that war is not aimed external, rather war is a social tool to subordinate one's own domestic population to exploitation at the hands of the dominant class?
Is it just too hard to believe that Wall Street has already pulled the trigger and pushed the button on you and me? If it wasn't for ET is there an understanding that we would already be gone?
"...Which is it? Did it happen, or is it top secret?" What a great line. What a great metaphor for the entire national security UAP sh*t show.
That would be the news conference organized by Robert Hastings. For those interested, Hastings will be on Coast to Coast AM Sunday night with George Knapp. Should be some deep diving into those incidents.
"maybe all the data in the world can't crack the code"
Whether its life or a planet circling a distant star, everything leaves its mark on the environment and sometimes we are the environment.
The best UFO cases represent the most exceptional interactions which inevitably leave tell-tale disturbances behind; and they *are* the data. These include data that we can and do detect, but they fail to cross the threshold that would trigger a truly proportional response.
Go back to sleep, it's just a dream.
Someday I hope the U.S. Air Force pays for the way it treated its members who were exposed to the Big Taboo and told to shut-up. I'd like them to explain why they buried their heads in the sand and did nothing to learn what was going on. I know I'm in the minority but I don't believe the USAF worked up too much of sweat to figure out what was going on. They just shipped off whatever to Lockhead, Grumman or Boeing and forgot about it. I think it's interesting how no USAF pilots have the guts to report anything now. Go Navy. As least Navy pilots have brass balls.