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Posted by AL G on April 20, 2000 01:28:27 UTC

Future Generations

Whos to say where science and technology will take us? Study our past and you can predict the future. How many times in human history that the accepted world view on some scientific or observed evidence turned out to be wrong. Man will never fly or go to the moon. In the year 2100 looking back they will laugh as how primitive and ignorant we are today. This is what we say about the world of 1900.

UFOs are our future generations able to travel back into there past (our present) and study their history. The reason that there is so far hard to pick up physical evidence is that the method they use is like a penetrating beam sweep into the holographic eddies of time.

You heard it hear first, the "Holographic Eddies of Time". Think about coherent light and incoherent light. Time is related to light, time in our present state is a multitude of incoherent waves. All we need to do is figure how to create a coherent time collector and translate that information to a visual display. Then all of the past and future possibilities would be observable. UFOs are the result of how the future observes the past. The can see us, and we see something of them, but its all smoke and mirrors.

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