I wanted to mention something I personally just researched and show how disinfo seems to be planted at all levels of the site top to bottom.
I went to some links to the left of the main page, to see what was there. There was "Orbs and Things" and at that link were some photographs of "orbs" and so on. There was a comment given.
Here it is:
One Response to “Orbs and Things”
John Hull on 03 Jun 2008 at 3:23 pm #
I like the shots!
These are craft that humuns build. The size of them tells me that my thoughts of
Centrifical force and Gravity Manipulation are on track, and I hope we (man) can
grow (mature) before this information becomes known to the masses.
Yes, Nuclear Tech. is Dangerous, but if this Gravity Manipulation Tech gets out… God
Lets just keep that under our hats.
Hey! … Yes!… Those ARE Alians! lol What was I thinkin’
You’d be a little green to if you wern’t protected from the energy field!
(Note: I refuse to attempt to code any links to the site mentioned and am only
citing it in regard to this "comment research" I did as described below.)
After reading that, I came away feeling that the name given was a "real name" somehow, and designed to be associated with a genuine scientist. So I went to the good old search engine ("G") and looked for that name.
There is a real "John R. Hull" who works in the field of electrical engineering, specifically in research into superconductors and magnetic launch-sled type apparatus. After skimming some PDFs out there related to those topics, it was obvious that there WERE connections to the topics of Centrifugal Force and Gravity Manipulation, in general terms. For example, launch sleds intended to propel rockets to space from the planet (and space elevators, also mentioned therein), use
Centrifugal Force. Superconductor material and magnetism can "devy gravity" in a sense. We are not, however, talking about people floating around in mid-air.
From those scientific papers, I discovered his work phone number and just telephoned him personally to ask him if he wrote that comment. I wanted to see if there were any strange reaction to that question's coming out of the blue. (Given the
misspellings in it, I doubted someone of his educational background would write that way, for one thing!) Luckily I got him.
He kindly agreed to speak with me a minute (it was just before 7:30 a.m. his time so I figured his workday might not yet be TOO underway). I asked him about the comment.
Although he might not be telling the truth, I believe his denial of writing it and firm avowal of not even knowing about the existence of that website . He stated that doing such a thing would violate his agreement with his employer. He did laughingly
comment that it was a result of free speech and the Internet, that just anything could be out there. He said he didn't plan to look at the site, and would just ignore the whole thing. I thanked him for doing the type of research he was doing and said it would be of benefit to all of us.
This whole incident just shows me how incredibly thorough these dis-info/tainment websites can be (attempting to be pseudo-"authentic" through detail-oriented "touches" of having such a signed comment).
It has to be somewhat time-consuming and a deliberate activity, to search for a "real name" like that, since the guy I spoke to, from what I gather, is toiling in relative obscurity and just doing what he can to help further the electrical storage capability of wires (through superconductivity and so on). Also to try to get humankind away from having to use gigantic amounts of rocket propellants to get into space (which are dangerous, pollute, and are of limited supply not to mention increasing cost).
If he WERE doing supersecret "glamor" stuff relating to "little green men tech," granted he won't tell me that on the phone, but he also won't put misspelled and hearty-ho-ho comments on such a website, just not gonna happen, I don't believe!
Perhaps it's time for the Boyz (and Girlz) who write such, to bone up on spelling! It really makes for disbelief of the authenticity of the whole thing. There seems to be such a disconnect in the public's mind between science and superstition, let's say.
In another comment in this forum I alluded to the "scientific method" and stated it was greatly misunderstood these days. In various Internet sites I look at these days to "see what's up" (in astroturf territory) I notice a lot of comments like "I will be publishing my work" and "my work is showing [such-and-such]" but when it comes down to it, it turns out to be just assertions of that so-called "scientist" (who always reminds us that the "other scientists" are "against him/her" -- much drama potential in all that too!). Nothing about hypothesis, other work cited in the field pertaining to it, controlled experiments, replication of results, peer review. (Oops, I forgot, the "peers" are in a conspiracy against our scientist, so they will not be reviewing fairly!)