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Something happened in Trans-en-Provence, but to this day no one is certain of what that was.
METAL RAIN ... says Jacques F. Vallee... in detailing episode. When onlookers arrived at impact point on a small levee, they found a 4-in.-thick mass of molten, red-orange metal covering frozen ground, about 16 ft. from road. The metal mass was still glowing 15 minutes later when Mike Moore's father, assistant fire chief Jack Moore, arrived.
After metal had cooled, Robert Allen, a local astronomer, collected samples. Part of roughly 40-pound slab went to U.S. Air Force's Foreign Technology Division at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio. A portion also went to Ames Laboratory at Iowa State University. The Air Force never made its analysis public, but in a letter assured local authorities that 're-entering spacecraft debris does not impact earth's surface in a molten state.' In his report, Ames Laboratory director Robert S. Hansen ruled out a meteor.
... The Council Bluffs episode was not unique. At Pocantico conference, Vallee said that in at least nine other sightings, aerial objects in distress were accompanied by ejection of molten metal. 'Reports of unusual metallic residue following observation of an unexplained aerial phenomenon are detailed enough for a comparative study to be undertaken.'
TRUE SKEPTICS NEEDED Bernard Haisch, a former Lockheed scientist who had served on Rockefeller panel in 1997, believes it is time for scientific community to become more skeptical in truest sense of word. 'We need to be skeptical of both believers and scoffers,' he told PM during a visit to California Institute for Physics and Astrophysics in Palo Alto, Calif., where he is currently director. To this end, Haisch recently created www.ufoskeptic.org. The Web site encourages mainstream scientists to reconsider UFO phenomenon in light of recent advances in physics, such as superstring and M-brane theories, which postulate existence of multidimensional space. 'I've learned quite a bit about UFO phenomenon over years, certainly more than I bargained for. UFO sightings are not limited to farmers in backward rural areas. There are astronomers, and pilots and NASA engineers, who have witnessed events for which there is no plausible conventional explanation.'" (3)
The important thing about this article is not content but publication itself. This is not 'UFO Magazine': this is a conservative factual publication with an excellent track record of telling facts. We wonder about honesty or what is being called transparency in other areas. Is there any reason to believe anything you hear from a government that creates massive schemes to deny facts and counter-counter contingencies to maintain existing lies? The Congressional hearings on Roswell or JFK assassination are fine examples. How can 'one bullet theory' still be supported? The current Bush administration is committed to another SDI gambit and they talk about rogue states such as Korea launching missiles. Dr Wright of Center for Concerned Scientists from MIT acts as an apparent decent 'foil' when he points out threat of such ballistic missiles is unrealistic. The Koreans would deliver their weapons by ship and assemble it like Iranians in a city of their choice.
I think threats of nuclear weapons are minimal when compared to ability to foul-up power grid and blow up refineries and like from a computer anywhere in world. The really scary thing that we have seen in a '60 Minutes' program in 2000 is fact that an individual accessed super secret Cheyenne Mountain military installation from a laptop computer. Thus nuclear weapons can be turned upon builders themselves. Far more dangerous than nuclear is biologics or germ warfare. We have dealt with matter of laser diffusion and targeting in words of Dr. Robins solid state chemist/inventor. He correctly states only way to make these SDI technological missile shields is through X-Ray lattices with more concentrated beams. There are probably things we aren't being told. Why spend all this money? Is there a rogue alien group who actually might invade through space without time or ultra light speed technology? Is it possible that missile shields are going to use lasers to protect government in case of a citizen revolt when they mount another coup d'etat such as they did in JFK situation? The aliens appear to have more advanced technology that might be able to cloak their equipment such as U.S. was attempting in USS Eldridge.
I doubt Korea or aliens are intended targets. The Russians were never likely to mount a nuclear attack. If you want to wipe out all life on earth there are airborne biologics. The question should be (in every citizens' mind) when will they tell us whether their underground shelters and nuclear subs are able to filter air against these real and horrific threats? If they are safe to wage war without a threat to their family and friends, then WE are only ones at risk! The Swiss government has cities built inside mountains to house all their people.
If a simple analogy might do trick, let me draw a small illustration. If you had a person in your life that lied to you all time would you trust them? When U.S. taps in to Canada's secret computer net in order to make better trade deals or when they have leaders who frame 'patsies' for benefit of creating stories to make their citizens buy some confusing array of lies why believe them? Is there not a real need to expose their own secret agencies and rogue elements?
Do we want to know what our leaders do with our taxes? Do we think Biblical Elohim were real - or the present spate of UFOs are not connected to secret projects?