Friday, June 09, 2006

they don't believe us

The problem with antigravity, gravity control, counterbary and other terms is, they don't believe us.

After much research, it would appear that after the Wilburt Brockhouse Smith incident, nothing more was spoken about ufo's by the governments, as if there was a universal secret. And everyone who saw one, light in the sky or more was ridiculed. They say 1957 was the year that everything clammed up.

Well, we know of the illuminati and wish to appeal that we be granted full rights.
Can you believe? Our elected representatives?

To be fair, what if you asked your elected representative for full access and why we as a world haven't reached the plateau of gravity control? Who might be holding us back?

I'd rather not name names. I'd rather put a name to what this is all about.

THEY CALL IT DIFFERENT NAMES
antigravity
gravitycontrol
levitation
fuel-less propulsion

Frolov already has reaction-less propulsion It works!.

His experiment is a POP for Unity.

But, we have to ask him first.

Alexander V. Frolov

The Russian guy who knows stuff. Like Puthoff and they worked together.

Great, huh?

Yeah, but I am so impatient. Why not now?

Puhleezz

!!!

Impatience is a virtue when it comes to helping to save the planet.

4 Comments:

At 4:12 a.m., Anonymous kousu at gmail said...

You know, you almost had me for a second when I was looking at gravitycontrol.org. Too bad you completely ruined it by ranting about the 'Illuminati' and UFOs.

I am not opposed to gravity control technology, but I am opposed to conspiracy theorists and pseudoscience such as UFOlogy.

Good day, sirs.

 
At 9:33 p.m., Blogger gravity control said...

And you should well be but did you know they were flying circular craft in Germany with a system known as implosion vortex? You don't hear much of that either.
All I'm suggesting is that IF it became a big secret after 1957 we should look to the possibility of a small analogy.
If you haven't sold all of your eight tracks yet it would be a bad marketing ploy to introduce cassettes too early.
Cd's? They would be blacklisted. Don't you think?

 
At 6:11 p.m., Blogger Bill Watson said...

Reply to Kouso's Comment: To be closed minded about anything is absolutely absurd. Amazing discoveries are pieced together from many different fields of study. Even pseudo science.

As I see it (just to be on the safe side) one shouldn't rule anything out as a possible truth until it is proven without a doubt that it is indeeed false.

 
At 6:11 p.m., Blogger Bill Watson said...

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