Friday, August 14, 2009

Mike Bara - Roswell UFO Conference 2008

About 30 pounds ago...


that northern bloke said...

where can I get a dark mission tshirt mike?

Mike Bara said...

I custom made mine :(

Sphinx said...

Buzz Aldrin update regarding the monolith on Phobos

Alex Jones: "What do you think it is?"

Buzz: "It's a big tall, tall rock.
............... ( long pause )
I can say that it looks like a cruse construction device by some creatures who practice on Phobos and landing on Egypt and build the pyramids....( another pause )
I don't really believe that but some ppl do"

here is the link to utube

Well that is interesting.
At first Buzz said that is a monolith....when Alex Jones ask him...he said that is a "tall rock"...and I think he realize that this answer is dumb...he came up with aliens structure..cruse shape....and Egypt....
Hoagy must love this interview.
Finaly Buzz give u guys credit!!!

And final note:
I can bet 1 $ million that Buzz didn't say anything about any structure Data's head, domes, aliens in his new book: Magnificent Desolation: The Long Journey Home from the Moon

Zakhur said...


About Saturn's north polar hexagonal cloud you said this:

"There's absolutely nothing in physics as we understand it that can account for that. There's nothing."

I have come across something in electrical physics that can not only make hexagonal cloud formations, but hexagonal craters on planets as well! They're called Birkeland currents and you can read about their effects throughout the universe here

Mainstream astrophysics completely rejects the idea that electricity is active throughout the cosmos. But there is very good evidence that it is!

As you said, James Clerk Maxwell's 4 equations (those given to us by Heaviside) are the foundation of mainstream electromagnetic theory. But plasma physicists like Anthony Peratt are applying those equations to the structures in the universe and coming up somewhat short in predictive power. I don't know all the details, but Peratt has been able to simulate the formation of galaxies in a supercomputer using Maxwell's four equations. However, plasma physics is struggling to understand the behavior of electrified plasma because it extremely complex and dynamic. Perhaps tretrahedral geometry is a key to understanding it.

I think you and Hoagland need to contact these guys.

Mike Bara said...

I probably should have said "mainstream physics"