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  • stealthskaters
    In their recent Montauk-related books, SkyBooks has backed itself into a credibility corner. As so often happens, disinfo gets layered on top of core facts
    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 3, 2003
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      In their recent Montauk-related books, SkyBooks has backed itself
      into a credibility corner. As so often happens, disinfo gets layered
      on top of "core facts" to sensationalize the story and a folk legend
      (along the lines of "Billy-the-Kid" or "Davy Crockett") is born.
      Critical reviewers are starting to push back with their own
      investigations (see the 'Debunking of Al Bielek' at =>
      http://www.stealthskater.com/PX.htm#Bielek).

      However, this has the danger of ridiculing the entire account of a
      story (even the parts that were true). The way the "game" is played
      today, it seems enough for a skeptic to find any fault within an
      account and that will suffice to zap the entire legend (Roswell,
      Lazar, Bentwaters, the Philadelphia Experiment as examples).

      I've been in recent contact with a European-based electronics
      engineer (seems to work for an aerospace company which produces ECM
      and IFF modules) who has extensive remote-viewing skills. Although
      RV has inherent reliability problems, it nevertheless can be a useful
      tool if used correctly. His "viewings" of the Montauk Project in
      particular (and time-travel experiments in general) are summarized in
      a short collection of e-mails at =>
      http://www.stealthskater.com/PX.htm#Skeggs (call it "Montauk's
      Revenge" in answer to the rebuff of Bielek).

      Not related to Montauk, his applications of "consciousness
      engineering" can be gleaned from =>
      http://www.stealthskater.com/PX.htm#StarChamber. References to TGD
      models of quantum consciousness can be found at =>
      http://www.stealthskater.com/Science.htm#Emergent
      .
      Also, a history of Larry Maurer (UNITEL)'s "back-engineering" of the
      1981 Eugene UFO can be seen at
      http://www.stealthskater.com/Documents/UNITEL_8.doc . Physicist Ed
      Halaerewicz (Cornell) gave a series of no-holds-barred reviews at
      http://www.stealthskater.com/Documents/UNITEL_6.doc,
      http://www.stealthskater.com/Documents/UNITEL_7.doc, and
      http://www.stealthskater.com/Documents/UNITEL_9.doc. I forwarded
      these to Robert Bieglow's NIDS organization (at the infamous "Gorman"
      Utah ranch) and received a reply from one of their staff physicists
      along the lines of "while it is currently fashionable in physics
      circles to muse about light strings, it would take UNITEL 100+ years
      to get their device to work assuming that it will indeed work and
      that their theories even prove to be correct." In spite of this, it
      seems they (UNITEL) have been elevated above the scornful 'giggle
      level' and now can be rigorously (mathematically) reviewed in
      professional circles. A complete UNITEL background is at =>
      http://www.stealthskater.com/UNITEL_background.htm .
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