Impossible capture of US drone by Iran in December 4th 2011

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  1. Alex_Spider Registered

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    http://www.keshefoundation.org/media-a-papers/keshe-news/185-was-us-spy-drone-captured-by-iranian-flying-saucer-pesncom-part-i.html

     
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    This is why you put a small amount of C4 in these things rigged with a kill switch. It gets captured, hit a button, and boom no more problem.
     
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    Actually the point of this post is not about the the capture of the drone and the loss of the US against Iran. The important thing is how Iran managed to capture it concerning something like this is impossible with the current technology and weaponry, not only that but they built a miniature model and mock Obama that if he wants the drone back he can take the model instead.

    Could Iran have this plasma technology with its unlimited energy. that might end all wars and bring peace on earth at last since there would be no point for conflict for oil, recourses etc

    One has to wonder why Obama is not taking actions yet against Iran about it and he seems to be "begging" them to behave good and return his drone.
     
  4. Arc-Light Forward and beyond

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    Dude really...:doh:
     
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    Um, really, what exactly "Dude"? :whatever:
     
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  6. Webfoot Hero West Coaster

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    Some of his posts are just real nutty/conspiracy theorist stuff that I'm not sure where he's going with it at times.
     
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    What, should I better post about "the kardashians?. Am I a conspiracy guy just because I am curious about serious issues of the world and sharing them for thoughts? Never mind..
     
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    If you're serious about that "plasma technology" stuff then you might as well be talking about the Kardashians.
     
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    It could have very well come down from a flat spin caused by some glitch or operator error. It could also be a mock-up made by the Iranians based on images they gathered from the Afghanistan missions. In any case, I think that the Keshe tech thing is hoaky. How could they be that advanced when they can't even put together a decent nuke?
     
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    The Iran drone story is one of Keshe's most ridiculous claims. There is no shred of actual evidence that he has anything to do with it. He simply employs one of his favorite strategies: the harder it is to investigate his claims, the bolder they get. It is highly likely that he has nothing more than family ties to Iran. His family probably had good relations to the Shah regime -- as shown by his selection for the nuclear engineering studies in Britain -- which make all too close relations to the current regime rather doubtful.

    The obvious proof, that there is no "Keshe technology" in Iran are the extensive "classical" nuclear power and space flight programs. No country with quite limited resources would engage in such programs if it had access to technology like Keshe fantasizes about. Nothing of Keshe's meager attempts to argue against this holds any water.

    Even some of Keshe's devoted followers seem to get suspicious about his claims concerning Iran, as shown by this excerpt from a recent post on the Keshe forum by one of the most active members:

    Keshe didn't reply.

    There is no "Keshe technology". He is just a story teller, nothing more. For all still having doubts about this, or just interested in the topic, I highly recommend this: The facts about Keshe. I would especially like to ask all Keshe fans: Please read the extensive amount of material there, before you engage in a further discussion here.
     
  11. Alex_Spider Registered

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    Uh Jesus enough with the unececarry flack already. I never said I believe 100% this whole keshe thing. I am only curious about this and wanted to exchange facts just like the posters galaxion and dnno1 did and I applaud them for that:up:
    * Galaxion i will check the links you posted later in the day
     
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