Sep 03, 2011 9:07 AM GMT
Please watch this clip entirely before judging.
jprichva saidWhy is it that the same people who say that government workers can't so much as tie their shoelaces properly also believe that thousands of people can keep a conspiracy quiet for decades?
realifedad said Shouldn't the unanswered questions from the Governments Conspiracy theory be studied out rather than ignored or refused to follow leads where they may go ? What reasons does the government have for avoiding doing so ? anyone got any answers for those questions ? Is there something to be afraid of ? LOL
southbeach1500 saidrealifedad said Shouldn't the unanswered questions from the Governments Conspiracy theory be studied out rather than ignored or refused to follow leads where they may go ? What reasons does the government have for avoiding doing so ? anyone got any answers for those questions ? Is there something to be afraid of ? LOL
Because it's a waste of time and money.
Again. I was there. I saw it all happen. And half the planet watched in real time what was happening.
Have you ever even been to the WTC prior to its demise?
Yes, I've been there three times, and your seeing it as well as those seeing it happen on TV doesn't answer any of the questions that should be answered. Here's another one. Why were the on sight witnesses ignored and hushed with their reports of the 'pop pop pop ' explosion noises they heard as it was coming down behind them as they left. Why did the commission not want to hear or consider these eyewitness reports. ?
socalfitness saidThe Martians told me it was a conspiracy. They told me specifically because they appreciated my tireless efforts to free their hostages captured in Roswell.
jprichva saidsocalfitness saidThe Martians told me it was a conspiracy. They told me specifically because they appreciated my tireless efforts to free their hostages captured in Roswell.
Seriously? They swore me to secrecy. They said I was the only human they were going to talk to about it.
DAMN it. I bet they didn't use the condom during the anal probe after all.
paulflexes saidI don't even need to watch the video. I've been following the Truth movement for years, and believe it 100%.
The US govt is corrupt as fuck, but people don't wanna believe it.
beachwalk saidThese guys know more about this topic than most:
Scruffypup saidsouthbeach1500 said
This legend of "sounds from Hell" is quite popular among Christian groups as it "proves" Hell (and therefore God) exists. Popular endings to the story have it that the scientists ran screaming from the site, or that since the discovery conversions to Christianity are occurring at an unprecedented rate.
If there is a Hell under Siberia, scientists have yet to discover it. What we have here is an enthralling legend that's been spun off an actual event.
In 1984, an article about an experimental well in Russia's Kola Peninsula appeared in Scientific American. The Kola well reached 12 kilometers into the ground, where scientists encountered rare rock formations, flows of gas and water, and temperatures up to 180°. (That's 180°, folks, not the 2,000° usually reported in any "Scientists Discover Hell!" screed. It was hot, but it wasn't hellishly so.)
Those who did the actual drilling of this very real well did not break through to a hollow centre, and certainly no piteous screams of the damned were heard. That part — all of it — was pure embellishment added after this real event was turned into a legend. (Yes, we know that any number of web sites offer audio clips purporting to be the screams of the damned as recorded in the Well to Hell, and all of them sound like they could be the noise from a typical bar on a busy Friday evening.)
The report on the digging of that well and the difficulties encountered during the project were collided with someone's vision of what should have been found down there. A little exaggerating about depth and temperature, some fabrication about hollow centres and screams,
and all of a sudden there was this great story to throw back at those who claim there is no God.
Though it's impossible to pinpoint when the news story about a well in Russia transformed into a story about scientists breaking into Hell or who was responsible for that transformation, we do know that in 1989 the Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) aired a "Scientists Discover Hell" story and placed the event as happening in the Kola Peninsula. A Norwegian schoolteacher visiting California heard that broadcast and took the story back to Norway with him. He then mailed it to a Christian magazine in Finland. In the form of a letter from a reader, it reached a Finnish missionaries newsletter. From there it returned to the United States, reaching both the TBN people and other evangelists who then claimed they had gotten it from a respected Finnish scientific journal.
In the spring of 1990, the legend as we now know it appeared in both Praise The Lord (February) and Midnight Cry (April). Debunkings of it showed up in Christianity Today (July) and Biblical Archaeology Review (November). Even so, the Weekly World News ran the story in 1992, this time setting it in Alaska and claiming thirteen oil rig workers were killed when the Devil came roaring up out of the ground.
You can't beat that for embellishment.