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For Ceffer: Intel Community and Elvis in a UFO next Wednesday


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2023 Jul 20, 3:02pm   946 views  19 comments

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Burchett, who with Rep. Anna Paulina Luna (R-Fla.) has taken the lead on the hearings, said point-blank last week: “That’s what it is about: aliens…I think people deserve to know.”

Today, Burchett announced on Twitter that the first hearing on UAPs would take place next Wednesday.
https://deadline.com/2023/07/ufos-us-government-congress-hearing-aliens-amendment-whistleblower-1235441151/

Previously, Burchett's recent amendment to require FAA to report all UAPs regularly to Congress and forbid secrecy was killed by the Majority Whip, who cited "Intel Community concerns"
https://www.the-sun.com/news/8637011/ufo-sightings-tim-burchett-amendment-federal-aviation-administration/

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1   Ceffer   2023 Jul 20, 3:05pm  

This will reassure countless Americans who wake up with lost time and sore rectums, but who know they are not gay.
3   Patrick   2023 Jul 24, 8:02am  

https://www.coffeeandcovid.com/p/zlochevskys-dog-saturday-july-22


👽 UFO fans were delighted to find out this week that the House Oversight Committee intends to hold a public hearing on unidentified flying objects — including live witness testimony from whistleblowers — next Wednesday, July 26th. But not everyone is happy about it; NASA and the Pentagon have informed the Committee that, because lawmakers are taking public top-secret information about non-existent aliens, the agencies will no longer cooperate; they’re out.

So long, and thanks for all the fish, or something,

Representative Tim Burchett explained, “We’re going to get to the bottom of it, dadgum it. We’re done with the cover-up.” He really said “dadgum it.” The press conference video, below, runs 23:00 minutes, so it’s mostly for UFOlogists.

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https://twitter.com/UAPJames/status/1682021434510528512

Whew. I’m glad they’re finally going to get to the bottom of this controversy. I for one am looking forward to having everything resolved and wrapped-up after next Wednesday, one way or the other.

Being serious, I find all the post-pandemic, official interest in UFO’s to be extremely curious, if not fascinating. Personally, I do not believe in UFO’s for religious reasons, but also for the scientific reason that fine tuning suggests it’s nearly impossible for there to be any other life in the Universe. But lots of folks disagree and the issue continues to draw great public interest.

There’s an even bigger story here somewhere that I’ve been picking at, about how mass hysteria appears to have trickled out of the covid pandemic down into other mind viruses like transexual issues, UFOs, climate change, and a stubborn belief that an Alzheimer’s patient is a good pick to run the country. I’m not quite ready to write about it yet, but stand by.
4   HeadSet   2023 Jul 24, 8:54am  

Patrick says

I do not believe in UFO’s for religious reasons, but also for the scientific reason that fine tuning suggests it’s nearly impossible for there to be any other life in the Universe.

That statement is just as silly as believing in alien abduction stories. With trillions of galaxies with billions of star systems each, apparently with planets orbiting, the statistical odds of life forming are pretty high. A better argument would be that there are no UFO visitors because the vast distances that would need to be overcome.
5   stereotomy   2023 Jul 24, 11:37am  

HeadSet says

With trillions of galaxies with billions of star systems each, apparently with planets orbiting, the statistical odds of life forming are pretty high. A better argument would be that there are no UFO visitors because the vast distances that would need to be overcome.

Also, assuming that breaking the light-speed barrier is as stated an impossibility, any civilization that can't essentially make it out of the galaxy is vulnerable to extinction by galaxy-wide extermination events - extreme gamma-bursters, chain supernovas, black hole or neutron star collisions - which can release a killer wave of sterilizing energy if it is directed within the plane of the galaxy. Stephen Baxter did a nice treatment of this in "Manifold: Space" - worth a read for those who dig SF.
6   HeadSet   2023 Jul 24, 12:26pm  

stereotomy says

any civilization that can't essentially make it out of the galaxy is vulnerable to extinction by galaxy-wide extermination events - extreme gamma-bursters, chain supernovas, black hole or neutron star collisions - which can release a killer wave of sterilizing energy if it is directed within the plane of the galaxy.

Same issue - immense distance. These events happen in the Milky Way, but the chance of getting hit by one is like a soldier being hit with a fragment from a grenade exploding a mile away. I do not think there is any "galaxy-wide" extermination events. Even though the galaxies are in planes, that plane can be a light year thick, and a galaxy like the Milky Way is 100,000 light years across. Gamma Ray bursts are highly focused, rare, and short lived.
7   Ceffer   2023 Jul 24, 8:02pm  

The physics that they teach to the stock in trade guys has had no significant advances since Einstein and quantum mechanics. The Baphomets in Switzerland believed that CERN could open up a dimension to let demons through, it is a very mysterious enterprise, indeed.

Things that have a high index of putative reality: Worm holes that collapse distances, subject to particular alignments of heavenly bodies. Anti gravity is most certainly a reality. Putative alterations of materials to and from other dimensions also seems to be a thing, with a proxy of different weight and consistency left in this dimension. The speed of light IS NOT the limiting factor of the universe. These concepts are now used to keep us in a shell of ignorance that 'science has declared it so'.

The stalling of physics is by design, of course, because the gnostics, elites, militaries et alia want to keep the secrets and powers to themselves. Aliens and UFOs have been documented in ancient cave paintings.
8   Patrick   2023 Jul 29, 4:08pm  


They plan on convincing the world that aliens “made contact” just to let us know we are killing our planet, and that we to need own nothing, eat bugs, and live in pods. Take it to the bank!
9   HeadSet   2023 Jul 29, 6:33pm  

Patrick says

They plan on convincing the world that aliens “made contact” just to let us know we are killing our planet, and that we to need own nothing, eat bugs, and live in pods.

Then I would say "Let's ask the aliens for clean energy tech like superconductors."
10   AmericanKulak   2023 Jul 29, 10:56pm  

Patrick says

They plan on convincing the world that aliens “made contact” just to let us know we are killing our planet, and that we to need own nothing, eat bugs, and live in pods. Take it to the bank!

And to be a mature space fairing species, we have to have a one-world government of the best, wisest, most "accomplished". They will suggest Schwab, Soros, Slim, and Gates.
11   PeopleUnited   2023 Jul 30, 4:15am  

Patrick says




They plan on convincing the world that aliens “made contact” just to let us know we are killing our planet, and that we to need own nothing, eat bugs, and live in pods. Take it to the bank!



I’m skeptical of this, because if we had alien contact decades ago why did the “authorities” wait decades before telling us to eat bugs, own nothing and live in pods?

I’m thinking it more likely they will use aliens to “explain” the disappearance of millions of people when the rapture of Bible believing Christians happens. Many believe that all Christians and all children will disappear in a blink of the eye. That will be millions and millions of people gone in an instant. Imagine being a parent who loses 2-3 children under age 13. People will be begging for answers.

They might even use AI to simulate/fake communication with those who disappeared. They are already creating AI to impersonate dead people in project Lazarus to “comfort grieving loved ones.”
12   Patrick   2023 Aug 4, 12:57pm  

Probably posted before, but just to be sure:



15   richwicks   2023 Aug 4, 2:29pm  

PeopleUnited says

I’m thinking it more likely they will use aliens to “explain” the disappearance of millions of people when the rapture of Bible believing Christians


No, it's just nonsense from our government.

It's just bullshit.
18   Ceffer   2023 Sep 15, 5:53pm  

I'd like to believe the Mexican alien body stuff, but I don't. Until some reliable triangulation occurs, I would deem it an elaborate fraud implemented as part of the Mother WEFers fear assault.

It's too bad, because Mexico and South America have some of the most incredible stories and sightings, that seldom make into our various medias. Lots of abductions, and even rural communities terrorized by UFOs blasting rays.

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