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HIDDEN TECHNOLOGY

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nordsee220
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#1441 | Posted: 19 Dec 2015 22:15 | Edited by: nordsee220
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JESSE VENTURA - CONSPIRACY THEORY

Now there's a TV show I usually watch but, I hasten to add, for entertainment purposes. I find it better than most of the shite on the telly but not quite as good as Dad's Army or The High Chaparral.

Tonight's show was an exception. (Tru TV, Freeview 68, 9pm)

Jesse not only interviewed John Hutchinson, he also interviewed Dr Judy Wood for 25% of the hour long show and promoted (yes, PROMOTED) her book Where Did The Towers Go and stated firmly that he'd changed his views on controlled demolition and thermite. He now came down on her side and openly supported the idea of directed energy weapons being instrumental in 9/11. He even told Alex Jones that HE was wrong in suppoting the controlled demolition theory.

Well slap me with a wet fish and call me Susan!

Ok, it's entertainment TV, put out by MSM but to actually give Dr Wood the best part of 15 minutes and openly promote her book is something I never thought I'd see anywhere other than Richplanet.

Ventura even went to the extreme of pointing out how Dr Wood's research partner was mysteriously murdered in a crazed gunman attack but also how one of the interviewees, Fred Bell died suddenly within 12 hours of speaking to him. He'd otherwise been quite fit.

Ventura also announced that one of his researchers was so scared by what had been uncovered she left the show.

It's bound to be repeated sometime soon. Keep your eyes peeled for it.

Meanwhile, here's a 3 minute excerpt: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EWDrAgmTl_k

EDIT: I've now found a link to the whole programme: death ray http://www.jesseventura.net/conspiracy-theory/s03e02-death-ray/
nordsee220
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#1442 | Posted: 20 Dec 2015 16:49
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Are DVRs and TIVOs Remotely Erasing Select Episodes of Jesse Ventura's Conspiracy Theory?

http://www.jesseventura.net/2011/01/10/are-dvrs-and-tivos-remotely-erasing-select-epi sodes-of-jesse-venturas-conspiracy-theory/


Further to my post above, I've emailed RDH to advise him that all three of our FOXSAT HDR machines, in two different houses, failed to record his programme last week. This is despite them all being programmed weeks back to record the entire series.
A similar thing happened a couple of years back, just prior to Richard getting OFCONNED. I told him about it then. He initially thought it was just a hitch I was having until other reported the same.

Last week was unusual in that I couldn't even force the machine to record Richplanet manually.

So take a look at Ventura's thoughts in the link above.
Joe
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#1443 | Posted: 20 Dec 2015 18:59
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I don't have one of those kinds of recording machines, but do you mean your programme has been remotely erased after it has been recorded or just failed to record?
nordsee220
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#1444 | Posted: 21 Dec 2015 11:37 | Edited by: nordsee220
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Failed to record as in "all three of our FOXSAT HDR machines, in two different houses, failed to record his programme last week".

And couldn't even be forced to record the show manually as in "I couldn't even force the machine to record Richplanet manually".
Kozmik
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#1445 | Posted: 21 Dec 2015 18:28
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Well there's a surprise. Dog forbid, but it's a wonder they haven't done a Rik Clay on RDH. But Foxsat - presumably owned by R Murdoch? Well, there you go!
wensam
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#1446 | Posted: 9 Jan 2016 22:48
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The other night my daughter was mucking about with my neighbours iPhone, in particular the voice activated search engine, which appeared to be well tuned into my neighbours nuances. Anyway mini me asked the device if it believed in GOD. The reply.... I am a transition between silicon and spirit.... was the answer. It got a further grilling, trust me lol
Desdichado
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#1447 | Posted: 13 Jan 2016 20:30
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This is creepy. I did a favour for a friend of ours and she invited us both for dinner on Saturday at a local restaurant called the Bonefish Grill. The restaurant happens to be a few streets down from Amy's doctor. As it happens, Amy has an appointment there tomorrow. The doctor sends reminders by email.

This morning, Amy logged on and searched for the Bonefish Grill to look at their menu that is on their website. She clicked on location (there are two restaurants with this name) and a map came up. On the map, she saw her doctor's office along with the date and time of her upcoming appointment. What's creepy is that she never opened her email from the doc.

I was a bit skeptical so I logged on to her account using my PC. Sure enough, when I followed her footsteps, up came the same data. So Google knows Amy has a doctor's appointment tomorrow at a certain time.

She is really upset about this. We are being monitored by Google who, under the guise of being helpful, is spying on us each and every day, all day. Neil Sanders is dead right about this. We are being manipulated and controlled more than we ever knew.
Joe
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#1448 | Posted: 13 Jan 2016 21:24 | Edited by: Joe
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skipman
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#1449 | Posted: 14 Jan 2016 14:22
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Desdichado:
On the map, she saw her doctor's office along with the date and time of her upcoming appointment

Do you have personal data protection over there or is there a clause in Google's labyrinthine terms and conditions?
Desdichado
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#1450 | Posted: 14 Jan 2016 21:47
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skipman:
Do you have personal data protection over there or is there a clause in Google's labyrinthine terms and conditions?

Yes, supposedly. I've written to Google demanding an explanation. I won't hold my breath.
Joe
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#1451 | Posted: 15 Jan 2016 13:37 | Edited by: Joe
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I was listening to one of Stanton Friedman's videos again and he said, if we use nuclear fusion properly (I think he meant to say fission), we can use rockets to travel much faster. At twenty-one miles per second = one G, it is possible to accelerate to the speed of light in one year. This means, at even 99.99% the speed of light, a rocket can get to Zeta Reticuli in six months (39 light years from Earth).

Look at video from twenty-one minutes in: URL

I do not know if the speed of light is achievable in the way Stanton Friedman explains, but it is certainly an interesting concept.

Stanton Friedman seems to be a credible Physicist, so why is he not taken seriously by others in the same field or is this technology they do not want the masses to know about?
Desdichado
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#1452 | Posted: 15 Jan 2016 21:38
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Joe:
tanton Friedman seems to be a credible Physicist, so why is he not taken seriously by others in the same field or is this technology they do not want the masses to know about?

His stance on UFOs probably. Mainstream physicists may agree with him in private but would maintain a safe distance publicly.
Joe
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#1453 | Posted: 16 Jan 2016 11:30
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Desdichado:
Mainstream physicists may agree with him in private but would maintain a safe distance publicly.

That's a bloody shame. We have the wrong people running the show here; and this is why humans will never progress with advanced technology in this terrible world.
Desdichado
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#1454 | Posted: 16 Jan 2016 15:54
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Joe:
That's a bloody shame. We have the wrong people running the show here; and this is why humans will never progress with advanced technology in this terrible world.

Not only that, but their agenda covers our history too. They've got all bases covered: past, present, and future.

I've been reading stuff about the North American giants who lived here in the past. In the early 1930s, there was a case involving a rural doctor in Massachusetts whose patient found an 8 foot plus tall male skeleton in a local cave. The doctor put the skeleton together with wire and took a photograph with a 6 foot tall man lying next to it for comparison. The photo appeared in the local press.

Shortly afterwards, the doctor received a letter from the Smithsonian asking him to ship the bones there for scientific analysis. The doctor did so and the bones haven't been seen since. This is not the only case of this nature either.

Bill Birnes uncovered evidence that the Smithsonian has dumped artifacts it cannot explain in the Atlantic Ocean. The bones of giants are among them. The Smithsonian dresses itself up as a seeker of truth and knowledge, but it has a dark side to it and that is to keep on the path the masters have set.
Joe
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#1455 | Posted: 16 Jan 2016 19:35 | Edited by: Joe
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