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« Reply #225 on: Aug 10th, 2017, 09:05am »

on Aug 10th, 2017, 08:46am, GhostofEd wrote:
Why do UFO's seen at relatively low altitudes and travelling at super high speeds not create hearable sonic booms?


Here, here, for asking that question, Ed. And I'd say it is because they are not (entirely) here, moving in a state causing effects like displacement of air (if occurring at all) outside of our reality.

Me right now: what the heck is Marshal Kim Jong-un thinking threatening Guam and the territorial US with missiles and atomic weapons. Worries me to no end, I just hope and pray that this man is somehow sane after all and engaged in a nice game of chicken.


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« Reply #226 on: Aug 10th, 2017, 1:48pm »

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"Why do UFO's seen at relatively low altitudes and travelling at super high speeds not create hearable sonic booms?"

PROBABLY THE SAME REASON(S) AND PHYSICS ASSOCIATED WITH USO's...WE'VE YET TO MASTER...cool

1963 the USA fleet records impossible speed from a USO

http://ancientufo.org/2016/05/1963-usa-fleet-records-impossible-speed-uso/

While training in anti-submarine maneuvers, the United States Navy’s fleet led by the USS Wasp aircraft carrier detects an unknown sonar target moving at more than 150 knots, or 170 miles per hour, an impossible speed even today. Was this an extraterrestrial USO?

There is nothing in any naval inventory anywhere in the world that can approach anything remotely that speed, then or now.

But there is more: The object descended to a depth of 27,000 feet. Again, another impossibility. The pressures down there are vastly too much. They would crush any vessel that went down that deep. At that time, the technology that we had, the best that we could do underwater was about 45 knots at a maximum depth of about 3,000 feet.

Unidentified Flying Objects in the Arctic originated from the USS Trepang, SSN 674 in March, 1971.
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« Reply #227 on: Aug 10th, 2017, 2:56pm »

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...Me right now: what the heck is Marshal Kim Jong-un thinking threatening Guam and the territorial US with missiles and atomic weapons. Worries me to no end, I just hope and pray that this man is somehow sane after all and engaged in a nice game of chicken...

It's not even chicken. Kim just wants America to stop threatening him.
He doesn't want to attack America, just wants them to understand that he has the capability to do so if they attack him. It is a purely defensive stance.
They want to keep their system.
Will they fire missiles towards Guam ? Maybe. But they have alerted the world to the intent and emphasized that it is not to hit the island but to show they could if they wish.
It would be a strong message with, hopefully, no one getting hurt. Let's hope they targeting is up to scratch.

America has the attitude that what they say goes anywhere in the world. And they have a massive nuclear deterrent to back up their threats to smaller countries. Russia used to be the bogie man. But they have the capability to wipe the us off the face of the Earth. Every one knows this. The Chinese, Europe, India, Pakistan etc also have this capability.
We rely upon MAD to keep it all in check.

Kim would, I think, be quite happy to reside within the MAD club. He would know that any attack on him could be met with retaliation.
He also must know he cannot win a shooting war with the USA and the rest of the region.

For some reason Trump can't accept this. and there is every possibility that he (Trump) will make a really stupid move and try for a per-emptive strike on north Korea.
This would be total destruction for very large parts of the region. Hundreds of thousands of lives lost.
And all within minutes.
But the Trumpster isn't really bothered about that.

You see, when he said that 'if thousands are to die it will be over there and not over here', he really set the tone.

Always remember, that throughout all the wars over the last century, America has fought gallantly alongside it's allies.

Then they went home to a country unravaged by war.
The rest of the world spent years repairing the damage.

Apart from, I believe, six people, no blood was ever spilt in the lower 48 in all that time..

Trump wants to keep it that way. He doesn't give a rat's a**se about anyone else.

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« Reply #228 on: Aug 10th, 2017, 7:57pm »

U.S. War Casualties
War Combat Other Totall
WW1 53,402 63,114 116,516
WW2 291,557 113,842 405,399
Korea 33,686 2,830 36,516
Vietnam 47,424 10,785 58,209
Total 426,069 190,571 616,640

616,640 Americans died to keep other people free.

"Then they went home to a country unravaged by war."?? Tell that to the families of those 616,640 Americans.....

"America has the attitude that what they say goes anywhere in the world." And isn't it fantastic, my friend, that you have the FREEDOM to express such an opinion?

Belgium

• Ardennes American cemetery and Memorial: This cemetery is located in Neupre, Belgium. This 90-acre cemetery contains the graves of 5,329 U.S. military dead, many of whom died in the 1944 Ardennes winter offensive (Battle of the Bulge).
• Henri-Chapelle American Cemetery and Memorial: The Henri-Chapelle American Cemetery and Memorial in Belgium covers 57 acres and contains 7,992 U.S. military dead, most of whom lost their lives during the advance of the U.S. armed forces into Germany.

France

• Brittany American Cemetery and Memorial: Brittany American Cemetery lies 1½ miles southeast of the village of St. James (Manche), France. It covers 28 acres of rolling farm country near the eastern edge of Brittany and contains the remains of 4,410 U.S. war dead, most of whom lost their lives in the Normandy and Brittany campaigns of 1944.
• Epinal American Cemetery and Memorial: This cemetery is located four miles south of Epinal, Vosges in France. Its 48.6 acres holds 5,255 U.S. military dead, most of whom lost their lives in the campaigns across northeastern France to the Rhine and beyond into Germany.
• Lorraine American Cemetery and Memorial: This cemetery is located 3/4 mile north of St. Avoid, Moselle, France, and it covers 113.5 acres and contains the largest number of graves of U.S. military dead of World War II in Europe, a total of 10,489.
• Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial: The Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial in France is located on the site of the temporary American St. Laurent Cemetery, established by the U.S. First Army on June 8, 1944 and the first American cemetery on European soil in World War II. The cemetery site, at the north end of its ½ mile access road, covers 172.5 acres and contains the graves of 9,387 of our military dead, most of whom lost their lives in the D-Day landings and ensuing operations
• Rhone American Cemetery and Memorial: The site of the Rhone American Cemetery and Memorial in France was selected because of its historic location along the route of the U.S. Seventh Army’s drive up the Rhone Valley. On 12.5 acres at the foot of a hill clad with the characteristic cypresses, olive trees, and oleanders of southern France rest 861 U.S. military dead, most of whom lost their lives in the liberation of southern France in August 1944.
• Suresnes American Cemetery and Memorial: Originally a World War I cemetery, the Suresnes American Cemetery and Memorial just outside Paris, France now shelters the remains of U.S. dead of both wars. The 7.5-acre cemetery contains the remains of 1,541 Americans who died in World War I and 24 Unknown dead of World War II.

Italy

• Florence American Cemetery and Memorial: The Florence American Cemetery and Memorial site in Italy covers 70 acres, chiefly on the west side of the Greve “torrente.” Between the two entrance buildings, a bridge leads to the burial area where the headstones of 4,402 U.S. military dead are arrayed in symmetrical curved rows upon the hillside. They represent 39 percent of the U.S. Fifth Army burials originally made between Rome and the Alps.
• Sicily-Rome American Cemetery and Memorial: The World War II Sicily-Rome American Cemetery and Memorial site in Italy covers 77 acres, and contains an immense field of headstones of 7,861 of American military war dead. The majority of these men died in the liberation of Sicily (July 10 to August 17, 1943); in the landings in the Salerno Area (September 9, 1943) and the heavy fighting northward; in the landings at Anzio Beach and expansion of the beachhead (January 22, 1944 to May 1944); and in air and naval support in the regions.

Luxembourg

• Luxembourg American Cemetery and Memorial: The Luxembourg American Cemetery and Memorial, 50.5 acres in extent, is situated in a beautiful wooded area. The cemetery was established on December 29, 1944 by the 609th Quartermaster Company of the U.S. Third Army while Allied Forces were stemming the enemy’s desperate Ardennes Offensive, one of the critical battles of World War II. The city of Luxembourg served as headquarters for General George S. Patton’s U.S. Third Army. General Patton is buried here. 5,076 U.S. military dead are buried here, and 371 names of the missing are inscribed on pylons that flank the chapel.

Netherlands

• Netherlands American Cemetery and Memorial: The World War II Netherlands American Cemetery and Memorial is the only American military cemetery in the Netherlands. The cemetery site has a rich historical background, lying near the famous Cologne-Boulogne highway built by the Romans and used by Caesar during his campaign in that area. In May 1940, Hitler’s legions advanced over the route of the old Roman highway, overwhelming the Low Countries. The site covers 65.5 acres. Stretching along the sides of the court are Tablets of the Missing on which are recorded 1,722 names. Rosettes mark the names of those since recovered and identified. Beyond the tower is a burial area divided into 16 plots, where rest 8,301 U.S. military dead.

Great Britain

• Cambridge American Cemetery and Memorial: The Cambridge American Cemetery and Memorial site in England (pictured above), 30.5 acres in total, was donated by the University of Cambridge. The cemetery contains the remains of 3,812 U.S. military dead; 5,127 names are recorded on the Tablets of the Missing.

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Philippines

• Manila American Cemetery and Memorial: The Manila American Cemetery and Memorial in the Philippines occupies 152 acres on a prominent plateau, visible at a distance from the east, south and west. It contains the largest number of graves of our military dead of World War II, a total of 17,202, most of whom lost their lives in operations in New Guinea and the Philippines. On rectangular Trani limestone piers within the hemicycles are inscribed the Tablets of the Missing containing 36,285 names.

Tunisia

• North Africa American Cemetery and Memorial: At the 27-acre North Africa American Cemetery and Memorial in Tunisia rest 2,841 U.S. military dead. Along the southeast edge of the burial area, bordering the tree-lined terrace leading to the memorial is the Wall of the Missing. On this wall 3,724 names are engraved.

http://www.deathcare.com/2009/american-soldiers-buried-overseas-wwii.html

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« Reply #229 on: Aug 11th, 2017, 10:11am »

Swamp,

Thank you for providing more detail.
This makes crystal clear the American sacrifice in the wars.

I believe that you are aware that I was referring to damage civilians and property (infrastructure) on the lower 48 states. Not to military personnel.

I just want to be clear about that.

Indeed I do not know any more about the workings of President Trumps mind than does the next person on the street; nor, it seems, anyone in the government.

I do know that the rhetoric has ramped up to a very critical level.
With his latest (as of today, 11 August) words of wisdom he has now placed Kim in between a rock and a hard place. He can simply back down and thereby lose face with the Korean people and that could be the end of him politically, or he can do what he said he will do.

The problem with that is, although the intent may be exactly as Kim says, to demonstrate that they have the capability, the American military, or at least one spokesperson is saying that they have now to assume that any missile may be nuclear tipped and that will be enough to instigate a strike against North Korea.

That will be the start of the end for large parts of the region.

I can see the concern, but it is akin to saying that any car coming down the road may be packed with explosives and it will be necessary to destroy every car 'just in case'.

So the situation is untenable.

There have been a number of possible de-escalation ideas put forward. One can only hope that one of them will be put into action before it is too late. Otherwise things will get very bad in four days.

There is another problem.

If Kim decided not to go ahead with his test, Trump's braggart nature would not allow him to pass up the opportunity to gloat. He is by far the most obnoxious person in the government.

So instead of simply accepting the sensible backing off, he would spend time saying how great he is and mocking Kim.
Kim could not stand that.

So what does he do ?

We will soon find out.

At the moment hundreds of thousands of people in South Korea are wondering if they will still be alive in a week's time.

Meanwhile the stock value of arms and defense contractors is rapidly going up in anticipation. I'm not joking; just check the markets.

There is a lot of money to be made from a war.

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« Reply #230 on: Aug 24th, 2017, 8:15pm »

on Jul 21st, 2017, 5:54pm, MOKSHA wrote:
There "is" lots to learn,
"there"

if, it is, part of "our" reality,
IMHO, this should be shared, and any, opposition would
declare, them, as such.


YES ?

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I'm looking into this right now. I thought y'all might find it interesting....

https://m.phys.org/news/2017-08-mathematical-mystery-ancient-babylonian-clay.html

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« Reply #231 on: Aug 24th, 2017, 10:05pm »

on Aug 10th, 2017, 08:46am, GhostofEd wrote:
Why do UFO's seen at relatively low altitudes and travelling at super high speeds not create hearable sonic booms?


Check out QueSST Ed.

https://www.nasa.gov/press-release/nasa-completes-milestone-toward-quieter-supersonic-x-plane

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« Reply #232 on: Aug 25th, 2017, 11:26pm »

With all the hate going around I thoth it would be
like this
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ST86JM1RPl0

Maybe the others, will see, maybe not ?

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on Sep 14th, 2017, 3:23pm, Cliff-67 wrote:
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I never considered it anything else.
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