Disclosure Project and the UFO-phenomena

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In summary, the conversation discusses some fascinating testimonies about reported phenomena related to aliens. The speaker initially expresses skepticism, but is almost convinced by videos provided as evidence. The conversation then provides links to videos and warns about avoiding conspiracy discussions. The speaker mentions that some of the cases cited are documented and urges others to focus on the reported phenomena rather than conspiracy theories. The conversation ends with a link to an interview with Doctor Greer.
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These are really fascinating testimonies! I've always been a sceptic, but these videoes almost turned me into a believer.

DVD1:
[PLAIN]http://video.google.c...+project [/PLAIN] [/URL]

DVD2:
[PLAIN]http://video.google.c...+project [/PLAIN] [/URL]
 
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You and a lot of people. But you'll need to fix your links. :smile:

Please be sure to stick with the reported phenomena; keeping in mind that we don't allow conspiracy discussions.
 
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http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=6552475158249898710&q=disclosure

[WARNING: member reports that Norton AntiVirus says that the webpage linked in this post has a virus called "bloodhound.exploit.104". I'm not showing a problem - Ivan]
 
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http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-4694075066240662837&q=disclosure

[WARNING: member reports that Norton AntiVirus says that the webpage linked in this post has a virus called "bloodhound.exploit.104". I'm not showing a problem - Ivan]
 
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Well, I almost closed the thread; if nothing else because of Greers introduction. Some of this is really out there, but there is ample testimony by people of note. And I know that many of the cases cited are documented.

Make of it what you will, but again, we have to avoid the conspiracy stuff. We are only interested in the reported phenomena, and any related evidence that might exist to support these claims. Any discussion of conspiracies or alien agendas will be deleted and/or the thread locked.
 
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Ivan Seeking said:
Please be sure to stick with the reported phenomena; keeping in mind that we don't allow conspiracy discussions.

Why is that?
 
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Ivan Seeking said:
Any discussion of conspiracies or alien agendas will be deleted and/or the thread locked.

Ahhh... didn't read all the way.
 

Related to Disclosure Project and the UFO-phenomena

1. What is the Disclosure Project and how does it relate to the UFO phenomenon?

The Disclosure Project is a non-profit organization dedicated to disclosing information about UFO sightings and the presence of extraterrestrial life. It was founded by Dr. Steven Greer in 1993 and has since collected testimonies from over 800 military, government, and intelligence community officials about their experiences with UFOs and extraterrestrial encounters. The organization believes that the government has been withholding information about these sightings and is advocating for full disclosure.

2. Is there any evidence to support the claims made by the Disclosure Project?

The Disclosure Project has presented various forms of evidence, including eyewitness testimonies, government documents, and radar data, to support their claims. However, the validity and credibility of this evidence is still a subject of debate among the scientific community. Some experts argue that the evidence presented by the organization is not sufficient to prove the existence of UFOs or extraterrestrial life.

3. What is the scientific community's stance on the Disclosure Project and the UFO phenomenon?

The scientific community is divided on the issue of UFOs and extraterrestrial life. While some scientists believe that there may be a possibility of life beyond Earth, there is no consensus on the existence of UFOs or the government cover-up suggested by the Disclosure Project. Many scientists argue that the lack of concrete evidence and the presence of alternative explanations for UFO sightings make it difficult to support the claims made by the organization.

4. Has the government ever acknowledged the existence of UFOs or extraterrestrial life?

The government has never officially acknowledged the existence of UFOs or extraterrestrial life. However, there have been instances where government agencies have released declassified documents related to UFO sightings, such as the release of the "Tic Tac" UFO footage by the US Navy in 2017. The government has also funded various research projects, such as the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, which investigated reports of UFO sightings.

5. What are some potential explanations for UFO sightings?

There are several potential explanations for UFO sightings, including misidentification of natural phenomena, hoaxes, and psychological or perceptual errors. Some experts also suggest that advanced military technology or experimental aircraft could be responsible for some sightings. However, there is no conclusive evidence to support any of these explanations, and the possibility of extraterrestrial life cannot be ruled out completely.

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