On the subject of Encounters with Extraterrestrial and UFO Crashes, if so what are your thoughts on this subject matter?
im not sure if this is the correct answer as ive not read the book i thought the first sighting was in 1916, 5 years after nikola tesla patented his anti gravity machine, cigar or saucer shaped could travel at any speed and could carry any payload,
the ufos that have been seen have strangely only ever been cigar or saucer shaped as i said the first official ufo was seen 1916 5 years after the patent released by tesla,
the power that the ufos run on is teslas ionospheric electricity basically look up wardencliffe tower you will then see why theres so much metal on top of our buildings, ever wondered why the eiffel tower or the blackpool tower just look like large antennae cos thats exactly what they are giant electricity conductors.
answered 26 Jul '11, 22:46
well vee i have not read the book. but i have read the majestic 12 document in 1991. alot of it make sense. nothing as been prove or disprove. but from what is coming out these days about military experiment that took place it seams that the document is not so far from the truth. also i remember that this document talked about the death of jfk and it was said that the driver shoted him and that is why the brain fell on the back of the car. and that there was a film of it where you did see it. and from the test that they made about the official version of oswald shooting jfk the 10 best elite shooter in the world could not have made that shoot. and if it would have been made like that the brain would not have fall on the back of the car. experience and enjoy.
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Even after weeks of practice and intensive training, Oswald barely managed to qualify at the level of "Sharpshooter," the middle of three rifle qualification levels in the Marines. He obtained a score of 212, two points above the minimum for the "Sharpshooter" level. In other words, even after extensive training and practice, and even though he was firing at stationary targets with a semi-automatic rifle and had plenty of time to shoot (even during the so-called "rapid-fire" phase), Oswald narrowly missed scoring at the lowest possible qualification level.
The next time Oswald fired for record in the Marines, he barely managed to qualify at all, obtaining a score of 191, which was one point above the minimum needed for the lowest qualification level, "Marksman." To put it another way, he came within two points of failing to qualify. As mentioned, no rifle test has ever included all of the factors under which Oswald would have fired. What would, therefore, constitute a valid "Oswald" rifle test? What would a test need to include in order to qualify as a genuine simulation of Oswald's alleged shooting feat? Such a test would include the following conditions:
No "Oswald" rifle test has ever included all of these conditions. On this basis alone it can be said that no rifleman, no matter how skilled, has ever duplicated Oswald's supposed shooting feat.
The conditions listed above are entirely factual and will not be disputed by anyone familiar with the assassination. Personally, I would add the following two factors, which, though supported by good evidence, are disputed by lone-gunman theorists:
In closing, I quote from an internal Warren Commission memo that was written by Commission attorney Wesley Liebeler. Liebeler was commenting on the various rifle tests that were done for the Commission, on the marksmen who took part in them, and on the way in which those tests were being cited as "evidence" that Oswald could have done the shooting:
The fact is that most of the experts were much more proficient with a rifle than Oswald could ever be expected to be, and the record indicates that fact. . . . To put it bluntly, that sort of selection from the record could seriously affect the integrity and credibility of the entire report. . . . [These] conclusions will never be accepted by critical persons anyway.