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David Adair: experiences with alien craft


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#1    Osirian

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Posted 17 May 2007 - 03:51 PM

Very cool. Some of this is not new. Link here.

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Posted 17 May 2007 - 09:18 PM

^Ultra cool! I would love to witness one of these crafts being back engineered.


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Posted 17 May 2007 - 09:21 PM

Just watched most of that vid..... sounds a bit incredible and tough to take completely seriously. Anyone else have any views on this?


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Posted 17 May 2007 - 09:26 PM

Well, I can't find anything about a "Dr Robert John" at Princeton, which he mentioned.

It seems really unlikely they're going to take some 17-year-old kid into the Groom Lake Facility to repair alien engines...
Also, he claims to have met Stephen Hawking but repeatedly mispronounces his name.

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Posted 18 May 2007 - 12:12 AM


Imo David Adair is utterly deluded... or he's knowingly lying.

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Posted 18 May 2007 - 12:24 AM

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Imo David Adair is utterly deluded... or he's knowingly lying.

He actually reminds me of Robert Lazar and his claims. Gee, and it seems some of his history of who & where are begining to NOT check out... hmm....... Do we have yet another Robert Lazar wanna bee - looking for his 15 minutes of fame? Then go down in a flame and crash and burn like Robert Lazar?

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Seems doing some research - that there is NOTHING to back up this guys story. There isn't even a "Fusion Engine" created yet, as he claimed he made one in 1971 at the ripe age of 17.  blink.gif
Several sites can find NOTHING to validate any of his claims. Hmm......

Seems like Lazar - everything about this guy is 'erased' - even pictures, school records, school friends and such. ALL ERASED! Wow, we have a pretty powerful government.  innocent.gif

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Posted 18 May 2007 - 01:03 AM


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He actually reminds me of Robert Lazar and his claims. Gee, and it seems some of his history of who & where are begining to NOT check out... hmm....... Do we have yet another Robert Lazar wanna bee - looking for his 15 minutes of fame? Then go down in a flame and crash and burn like Robert Lazar?

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Seems doing some research - that there is NOTHING to back up this guys story. There isn't even a "Fusion Engine" created yet, as he claimed he made one in 1971 at the ripe age of 17.  blink.gif
Several sites can find NOTHING to validate any of his claims. Hmm......

Seems like Lazar - everything about this guy is 'erased' - even pictures, school records, school friends and such. ALL ERASED! Wow, we have a pretty powerful government.  innocent.gif


Totally agree. Give em enough rope and they'll usually hang themselves. Even Dr Greer doesn't believe him.. blink.gif  
I knew his 'super extraordinary' claims wouldn't just stop with going to area 51.
Where to begin? My favorite has to be-His claim that he had his maths checked by non other than Stephen Hawking. laugh.gif

Anyway.. if what's he says is true.. he could easily verify it by er rebuilding his fusion rocket and explaining how it works to scientists.

Instead he prefers to sell DVD's

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In fact, his lectures have received so much attention that Hollywood has taken notice and there are strong rumors that a film will be made of David Adair's life story. Don't miss this lecture. --- Cheyenne Turner / Eclectic Viewpoint



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Posted 18 May 2007 - 01:22 AM

^He didn't say that he built it ... he said that it was of unknown origin and he memorized how it was engineered (which I admit is rather mind boggling). I'd like to see some documents. Even if he's telling a tale, it would make a great movie! Hahaha.


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Posted 18 May 2007 - 01:47 AM

I think there was a diagram of the engine.

His story, exactly as stated in the video, is on a few web pages.

The ion chamber looked like there was a cylinder with a coil wrapped arround it for intense
electric field pulses.  Yeah must be intense to compress and exhaust at the speed of light.
Tiny masses at high velocity was his power plant.

He was a hight school science project sensation and made the papers so town and state
officials got their Senator to arrange the rocket scientist meeting. Most likely old Nazis that
made him uneasy. He damaged his rocket and was told never to make rockets again.

Never said he met an alien, it was just someone in costume at the hat check room.



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Posted 18 May 2007 - 01:49 AM


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^He didn't say that he built it ... he said that it was of unknown origin and he memorized how it was engineered (which I admit is rather mind boggling). I'd like to see some documents. Even if he's telling a tale, it would make a great movie! Hahaha.


No, not the 'alien engine.' He claimed he built his own fusion engine er at the age of 17 in 1971- which is why the military were supposedly interested in him.
He claimed his engine worked by using- plasma- held in an electromagnetic field and a particle accelerator was mentioned, built it in his backyard he did... laugh.gif
His engine works like a balloon see..open up one end and plasma shoots out...and forget it  I want my 40 mins back...


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Posted 18 May 2007 - 01:51 AM

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In fact, his lectures have received so much attention that Hollywood has taken notice and there are strong rumors that a film will be made of David Adair's life story. Don't miss this lecture. --- Cheyenne Turner / Eclectic Viewpoint [/i]

It'll be a work of total fiction - because they will not have any validation of any claims. I have to chuckle and seriously wonder if Stephen Hawkings even knows this guy personally?? LOL... (because according to one research - Hawkings has no clue who this guy is...) Hmm.....


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Posted 18 May 2007 - 02:11 AM

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He claimed he built his own fusion engine er at the age of 17 in 1971- which is why the military were supposedly interested in him.
He claimed his engine worked by using- plasma- held in an electromagnetic field and a particle accelerator was mentioned, built it in his backyard he did... laugh.gif


Hahaha, That's incredible. I really would like to see a prototype.



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Posted 18 May 2007 - 02:23 AM

The thing about this story that cause no small 'red flag' - was taking a 17 year old to "Area 51". That one right there was a 'red flag' going ya right. Like I could take my son when he was 17 years old to some of the secured zones I have access to. So would NOT happen. Snow ball would have a better chance of freezing in hot lava - sigh..... Why Area 51 is a "buzz word" of, "I worked there." - "Been there!". Really give me a serious break.

I really wish these "spook" talk shows would actually do even a simple background check on these wanna bees.

Name:
Age:
Schools Attended:
Schools Graduated:
When:

Degrees Held:

People of references:

Then check them out BEFORE you give them their 15 minutes to "hang themselves". If these people knew they would be checked out BEFORE they got behind the mic, wonder how many would be cut off?


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Posted 18 May 2007 - 12:59 PM

Jjbreen it's probably just easier and makes for better news not to ask.

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Posted 18 May 2007 - 06:02 PM

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Jjbreen it's probably just easier and makes for better news not to ask.

You are right - it does make for better story....

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