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David Adair interview




David Adair speaks out for the first time on camera in this interview about his time at Area 51.

   

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Comment icon #5 Posted by High Gravity on 3 April, 2011, 15:29
Self serving revisionalist and disinformationalist! On par with LCol Corso. Like we say in the trade: "He knows just enough to be dangerous!".
Comment icon #6 Posted by JohnnyBravo on 3 April, 2011, 18:03
I can't help but think this guy is living in his own little dream world. Why would they take him too Area 51 to look at alien technology, but the second he starts assuming its alien technology they send him packing. And the story of how he blew up his own rocket, and in the process risked his own life and those of his handlers, is just illogical. And his handlers talking about "top secret" stuff while "not paying attention to him" is pure BS. Lots of small aspects in his stories wouldn't make sense in real life.
Comment icon #7 Posted by MikeDW on 4 April, 2011, 1:56
Very interesting, but I think it seems like this gentleman has watched too many films. A little good will hunting, combined with a James Bond, time delayed bomb to save humanity. Lets ask Stephen Hawking if he's ever met him........
Comment icon #8 Posted by torf on 4 April, 2011, 5:36
Am I the only one who's sick to death hearing about area 51? As long as the government is involved we'll NEVER get the truth!
Comment icon #9 Posted by JJsDietFitness on 5 April, 2011, 19:10
I wonder why these people making all these claims never put their degrees, pay check stubs, or something besides newspaper clippings to prove what their saying is true? I'm sure David Adair would have some type of correspondence from the air force, defense department, etc. that could show he did do what he said. Hell, if I met Stephen Hawking, I'd have a pic of him and me together.... I'd have made copies of the grant checks the air force gave me before I cashed them. Thats common sense to cover your butt!
Comment icon #10 Posted by odds022 on 7 April, 2011, 9:15
David Adair is an intruiging person as far as i'm concerned. He seems very casual, yet matter of a fact with his information. And there is no doubt he is a very intelligent and articulate human being. I find it hard to believe his claims, yet i also find it hard to dismiss them in regards to his body language and speech... Quite compelling. I personally believe HE believes in what he is saying. Do i? I'm not sure, but i do find his story incredibly interesting.
Comment icon #11 Posted by Taut on 7 April, 2011, 15:06
I agree, quite compelling. Couldn't find a thing in Popular Science archives, or Scientific American's archives about him. I find that interesting on a variety of levels. Have to see where this goes.
Comment icon #12 Posted by jbondo on 15 April, 2011, 15:04
Seems this David Adair thing resurfaces every couple of years. I think the guy likes being in the limelight. He certainly makes some over the top claims. I did quite a bit of research on him a few years back and it turned into a dead end. Couldn't prove anything, couldn't disprove anything.
Comment icon #13 Posted by logikvipr on 20 April, 2011, 16:37
The fact that this "rocket scientist" stated the engine he built at age 17 would eventually attain light speed, or 186,000 miles/sec, reveals his story to be utterly bogus & himself as a total fraudster. He isn't what he says he is; consequently, the entire tale he spun on camera is entirely untrustworthy. This guy made an error that not even an primary school science teacher would make: to claim that a (mass)ive object could attain the speed of light - which the laws of physics unambiguously state can not occur due to the fact that mass increases exponentially when accelera... [More]
Comment icon #14 Posted by The Silver Thong on 22 April, 2011, 1:23
I love the FBI warning at the beginning about copyrights but cares little about the leak of military secrets. Classic LOL


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