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Old 01-06-2020, 10:12 PM
 
Location: PRC
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According to some people, the Germans developed saucers in the last years of the war and moved them to Antarctica. Hunting for them and routing them out from there was the reason for the Admiral Byrd trip to Antarctica with so many ships and equipment. There was far too much equipment for merely a surveying expedition, even in those days.

So, I am leaning towards these craft are quite possibly Earth-based craft which have been developed over the years and are now pretty mature.
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Old 01-06-2020, 11:47 PM
 
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According to some people, the Germans developed saucers in the last years of the war and moved them to Antarctica. Hunting for them and routing them out from there was the reason for the Admiral Byrd trip to Antarctica with so many ships and equipment. There was far too much equipment for merely a surveying expedition, even in those days.

So, I am leaning towards these craft are quite possibly Earth-based craft which have been developed over the years and are now pretty mature.
Apparently there is more going on out in Antarctica than we know about! Ive read some interesting things in the past, like how commercial aircraft are not permitted in the area, and photography in certain areas is prohibited, other stuff like that...has to be 'something' out there...right?
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Old 01-07-2020, 08:20 AM
 
Location: Falls Church, Fairfax County
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According to some people, the Germans developed saucers in the last years of the war and moved them to Antarctica. Hunting for them and routing them out from there was the reason for the Admiral Byrd trip to Antarctica with so many ships and equipment. There was far too much equipment for merely a surveying expedition, even in those days.

So, I am leaning towards these craft are quite possibly Earth-based craft which have been developed over the years and are now pretty mature.
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Apparently there is more going on out in Antarctica than we know about! Ive read some interesting things in the past, like how commercial aircraft are not permitted in the area, and photography in certain areas is prohibited, other stuff like that...has to be 'something' out there...right?
Classic case of garbage in garbage out. The Admiral Byrd diaries which you have posted here before are a fraud. Admiral Byrd had been to Antarctica before and apparently had an interest in it.


https://video.nationalgeographic.com...c-7b2f7bce0000


There is no proof that the Nazi's had any more than plans for a saucer or that it would even work. There is no evidence of a large Nazi base in Antarctica and it would be a hard place to build a large base while also being incredibly hard to keep a secret during prior to and during WWII let alone afterwards. This is all fairy tales for children and not what this forum is about. I want to know the truth, not read fairy tales or just go on with people spewing whatever they find on the internet here. People can search the internet on their own and find all of this. This brings nothing new or interesting to the table.
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Old 01-10-2020, 08:18 PM
 
Location: Outside US
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I don't know much about this publication, but let's wait and see.


US Navy confirms it has another video of Nimitz UFO encounter yet to be released


The Navy said the video of the USS Nimitz UFO has been classified "secret". A former US Air Force intelligence expert has since told Daily Star Online this video could be "clearer" and at least "10 minutes long"

BySimon GreenVideo News Editor
12:00, 10 JAN 2020

https://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/wei...imitz-21253169
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Old 01-11-2020, 12:10 AM
 
Location: PRC
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also on The Vice

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“As in the case involving UAPs, I can only hope that the inconsistent message is due to the benign results of a large and cumbersome bureaucracy and not something more nefarious like a cover-up or deliberate misinformation campaign,” Elizondo added.

Elizondo, who resigned from the Pentagon in 2017, said that he is “not able to comment further on the existence of a longer video due to my obligations involving my NDA with the Government and the fact that I am no longer employed with the U.S. Government. However, as I stated before, people should not be surprised by the revelation that other videos exist and at greater length"
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There is no proof that the Nazi's had any more than plans for a saucer or that it would even work. There is no evidence of a large Nazi base in Antarctica
There are photos of the German saucers. It is historical fact that Admiral Byrd went to Antarctica with a huge fleet, far larger than was necessary for surveying as the official reason given. Believe what you want.
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Old 01-11-2020, 06:01 PM
 
Location: Falls Church, Fairfax County
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There are photos of the German saucers.
Where?

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It is historical fact that Admiral Byrd went to Antarctica with a huge fleet, far larger than was necessary for surveying as the official reason given. Believe what you want.
How do you know? Have you ever been to Antarctica paul? Why does that even matter though. It is not proof of Nazi's being there. There is no proof of a Nazi base down there.



Who would seclude themselves for 70 years without any defectors or kids running away to get laid. How would they get food?
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Old 01-11-2020, 08:07 PM
 
Location: Madison, Alabama
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Cool video!


It sounds pretty standard as far as military encountering UFOs though, the pilots, radar guys, and others that see these things, are very quickly debriefed and some even forced to sign documents promising to never talk about it. Sounds like the ships CO contacted ' agency that deals with UFOs' and they take the ball from there.(the COs may not necessarily know what this agency is, but they DO know who to contact if the need arises).



They are not that far from southern CA, so its not a stretch that this agency could have guys helicoptered out to the carrier to retrieve the hard drives and documents, once they start hearing the crew and pilots talking about it.


Its said there is an underwater base just off the CA coast, if this true, this 'agency' would likely have an office in SoCal, My guess is they are connected with the NRO, so they would have access to the ultra high end equipment, spy satellites, etc.


Imo, the best way to get more information on this, is to find out what this Govt agency is, that would provide alot of answers just finding that out, there has to be people out there that know about this agency, its likely it was formed in the early 50s. Im not sure how to go about searching for an agency like this though, anyone have any ideas?
I just watched the entire podcast with David Fravor. He specifically said that there were no "Men in Black" who came and confiscated video, debriefed, etc. There apparently is a debriefing after every flight, but he sent one of his junior pilots to handle standard internal briefing. There was no MIB occurrence or briefing.

lf you haven't watched the video from end to end, it's pretty interesting. Jeremy Corbell is a bit irritating (to me) but Fravor is quite interesting. Hopefully he's not pushing the To The Stars Academy thing just because he works there. He doesn't seem the type to do that.
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Old 01-11-2020, 10:59 PM
 
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I just watched the entire podcast with David Fravor. He specifically said that there were no "Men in Black" who came and confiscated video, debriefed, etc. There apparently is a debriefing after every flight, but he sent one of his junior pilots to handle standard internal briefing. There was no MIB occurrence or briefing.

lf you haven't watched the video from end to end, it's pretty interesting. Jeremy Corbell is a bit irritating (to me) but Fravor is quite interesting. Hopefully he's not pushing the To The Stars Academy thing just because he works there. He doesn't seem the type to do that.
I used to think Tom Delonge was going to have a positive impact on how Govt treats this subject, but to be honest, the more I hear about 'To the Stars', the more I start to believe they were created for a specific purpose, ( I think they are slowly and methodically drip feeding information, so the public will believe when they announce there is an off planet threat)
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Old 01-12-2020, 04:08 PM
 
Location: Madison, Alabama
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I used to think Tom Delonge was going to have a positive impact on how Govt treats this subject, but to be honest, the more I hear about 'To the Stars', the more I start to believe they were created for a specific purpose, ( I think they are slowly and methodically drip feeding information, so the public will believe when they announce there is an off planet threat)
I think TTSA would be more credible without Tom DeLonge. Honestly, I'd never heard of him or his rock group before all the Nimitz stuff came out, but he just seems out of place in the entire subject. I get that he's been interested most of his life, but he doesn't bring any technical capability to the table like all the rest do. Somehow though, he apparently was able to get on Podesta's calendar. Is Podesta starstruck?
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Old 01-13-2020, 10:55 AM
 
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I think TTSA would be more credible without Tom DeLonge. Honestly, I'd never heard of him or his rock group before all the Nimitz stuff came out, but he just seems out of place in the entire subject. I get that he's been interested most of his life, but he doesn't bring any technical capability to the table like all the rest do. Somehow though, he apparently was able to get on Podesta's calendar. Is Podesta starstruck?
I liked Blink 182 at one time, but its one of those groups that are meant for a certain age range, once you get older, you loose interest in them, I dont even listen to old Blink music anymore. (although thats mostly because it reminds me of an ex girlfriend years ago) lol


IF TTSA was created to be a 'tool', Tom Delonge would be the perfect fit, many younger people like him and will like TTSA just because he is associated with it, they are also pretty likely to believe anything Delonge says too.
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