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Paranormal, Aliens, & UFOs
/ Re: Jimmy Carter's UFO briefing.
« Last post by Psk on December 28, 2021, 05:20:41 PM »
Prominent Harvard training civil rights lawyer Danny Sheehan has testified many times that in 1977 when he was Chief Counsel for the Jesuit headquarters in Washington DC, that he was contacted by Marcia S. Smith, Director of the Library of Congress’s Science and Technology Division of the Congressional Research Service as a consultant. Sheehan was asked to help with two classified reports Smith was preparing for the president – one was on UFOs and a second report dealt with extraterrestrial intelligence.

 As part of his consultant role he asked for and spent one afternoon reviewing the classified Blue Book files which included pictures of a crashed flying saucer being recovered. If Sheehan, as just a consultant to the two reports, saw pictures of a downed saucer it would indicate nothing much was held back from Crater who was the final customer for the classified reports.

 Sheehan reported that he saw the final classified reports that went to the president. In the study on extraterrestrial intelligence Sheehan reported that he read that it had been determined it was estimated that there were at least 2-6 extraterrestrial races visiting the Earth.

Secret service agent Harvey Jack McGeorge tells a story of being in the Carter briefing. The story came in a recounting by reporter Harry Lebelson who was then at OMNI magazine. Lebelson heard it from a close friend of McGeorge. McGeorge was a munitions counter weapons specialist.

The story told by McGeorge is that he was in the UFO briefing where Carter was told the and why the aliens were here, the religious implications, and the fact the aliens are in control. He was also shown the Holloman Air Force Base landing film which purported shows a landing of a UFO at Holloman in May 1971 where aliens get out and are greeted by base officials.
Paranormal, Aliens, & UFOs
/ Re: Jimmy Carter's UFO briefing.
« Last post by Psk on December 28, 2021, 04:48:03 PM »
The Carter UFO initiative, such as it was, quickly approached its climax. Some individuals maintain that the President was given a UFO briefing at the White House on June 14, 1977, and afterwards was bound to secrecy. According to former USAF Captain Robert Collins, “a lone MJ-12 briefing officer” met with the President, accompanied by several independent sources. Together these sources produced a “reconstruction” of what was told to Carter, and this became known as the “Executive Briefing: Project Aquarius” document. It was later leaked to UFO researcher William Moore through a member of the Defense Intelligence Agency known only as the Falcon. Moore said that the notes he received were a typed copy of handwritten notes that had been used by the officer during the briefing. The memo itself gives the (now standard) account of multiple retrievals of alien technology.

Grant Cameron noted that a review of the schedule on June 14, 1977 shows that a meeting in the Cabinet room between 1:35 p.m. and 3:15 p.m., to “discuss appropriations for intelligence affairs in the 1979 Budget of the U.S.” could have been a cover for another meeting which did not appear in the diary of President Carter. However, there remains no hard evidence to support the claims that a briefing took place, and no proof has shown the documents to be either legitimate or a forgery.

In this context, the author [Richard Dolan] can relate an anecdote told to him privately by a well-placed source. In June 1977, a presidential aide who was “very, very close to Carter” walked into the Oval Office following a briefing that the aide knew had concerned the topic of UFOs. Carter was sobbing, with his head in his hands, nearly on his desk. Although the aide did not learn the precise reasons for Carter’s emotional state, he said that a few of Carter’s phrases made it clear he was deeply upset about the topic.
Paranormal, Aliens, & UFOs
/ Jimmy Carter's UFO briefing.
« Last post by Psk on December 28, 2021, 04:11:34 PM »
Jimmy Carter crying after being briefed about classified information regarding UFO’s is largely believed to be true by the serious researchers.

Corroborated by more than one witness, U.S. presidents are only given a cursory overview of the subject. Apparently, the CIA runs the program, only provide information to the President on a need to know basis, and do not consider presidential curiosity as sufficient need to know. This was implemented after Kennedy.

President Carter is a deeply religious man who had also witnessed a UFO with 6 other people. Everyone thought that he would be the one to finally release UFO info to the public. Eventually, the CIA had “the talk” with him, and afterward it was reported that he sunk his head in his hands and not only began to deeply sob, but was visibly disturbed for some weeks afterward.

He was told that the major religions including Christianity were programs created by extraterrestrials to prevent us from destroying ourselves while they ran their experiments on us – and that they made us.
Paranormal, Aliens, & UFOs
/ Apollo 17-20: Aliens!
« Last post by Psk on April 06, 2021, 09:17:24 PM »
“The grey being gave us a warning: We'd like you to leave. We don't want you on the moon.” - Jon Harold Lavine, secret NASA Apollo 17 astronaut, who says in December 1972, he communicated with a grey alien on the moon.

“We investigated a very large (3-mile-long) cigar-shaped spaceship first photographed by Apollo 15 on the back side of the moon.” - Jon Lavine, secret NASA astronaut on classified Apollo 20 mission.

“The alien cockpit had a control panel that looked like you put 6-fingered hands on it. And apparently, the controls, the ship's computer interfaced directly with the pilots.” - Jon Harold Lavine, 71, retired secret Apollo 17.

Technology, Computers, & Electronics
/ Re: People are keeping Windows 7 - Why?
« Last post by Psk on April 01, 2021, 09:48:15 AM »
More comments:
--Windows 7 is PERFECT! I have not had the system crash since installing it in 2009. That's why I keep using it. I bought a near-bottom line HP laptop for my occasional personal travel needs, and of course it has Win10. I hate it! Mainly because of the frequent updates, but also because MS chose such a bland default screen appearance that I CAN'T change when I am using the usual utilities like Control Panel, System Info and other general maintenance items. Even Task Manager, which now shows a lot more details that I can't eliminate. Rarely do I ever want more detail than the Win7 Task Manager gave me. I installed a Classic Shell that makes the desktop and most windows look more like Win7, but that doesn't carry over to dealing with System Info and the like.

What I really object to is the lack of border lines around information blocks- all I see is a plain background with free-standing text titles and headers, with numbers or other info either underneath or at the side, but no borders to separate the various subject headers and data from other headers and data. More borders and boxes, PLEASE!

That's just part of my rebellion; I'll stop for now and hope that sinks in to some of the brains at MicroSoft.

I should add that I have not had a worm or virus infection in the last eight years or so, probably because I have a router with settings that protect by isolating my on-line activities, and a free anti-virus program, plus enough experience to not get hooked by phishing emails. I am not missing a thing by not getting Win7 security updates from MS.

-- Hahaha. Some of the equipment I repair still must have Win XP and a few pieces need Win 98.
The real world is not all about video games.

-- Windows 10 is everything that is wrong with software now. Test with your clients, keep adding (unwanted) features, but don't fix what preexisting. Make changes for the sake of changes. Updates that prevent your machine from even booting. I had upgraded to 10, but I'm back to 7. I need stability not what's being offered with Windows 10.

-- Win7 does everything I need and runs the older software I depend on. No forced updates that delete or mangle my preferences. As fast and secure as I can make it, with virtually no worries of intrusion by the baddies. Older scanner and printers work perfectly. I have backups of everything and even have a copy of the base machine as a virtual machine.

-- I bought new Win 10 equipment because of Win 7 phase out and ever since have lived in a state of fear about Win 10--with its forced defective updates and intrusions and confusions. I can't warm up to it and really miss Win 7 which I've kept on a laptop I don't use now. I think Bill Gates needs to return and shape up the company because it's getting quite out of control and going all over the place. It's one thing for him to be curing infectious diseases in Africa and another to be ignoring all the evils infecting computers at home and globally.

-- The IT dept has exactly that problem. Updates make the system not work with the hardware without hours of fiddling and talking to the hardware MFG, Then they get it going and another update comes out.

-- Horror stories of lost whatever and nothing really that I need that 7 doesn't supply. Now if I start having problems with browsers or downloading or moving stuff between devices I might consider it but there is no reason for me to do so at this time. It's not like I haven't tried it. I did and I hated the sub menus not to mention it seemed to drag my considerably decent laptop into slow mode. I still have it on 7 and it works like a dream and we are talking about a 12 year old HP 17 inch.

-- I use W8.1 instead. People should give it a try.

If you use Classic Shell Start menu, disable Indexing, and install Avast free (to disable Windows defender from running whenever if flippin well feels like it), W8.1 is great

-- Until I see a checkbox in Windows 10 for the option "Disable all updates until I choose to come back and uncheck this box", I'm not using it. I want my PC to boot up exactly the same as the last time I used it. No surprises. No driver update problems. No "new features". No features suddenly disappearing. Put another way, I want a "Leave my PC the **** alone" option, and until Win 10 has one, I'm not interested.

-- It works just fine for me. Why the need to force everybody to change. I realize that software engineers and high level managers have to justify their jobs but many people are fine using what they've been using for years.
Technology, Computers, & Electronics
/ Re: People are keeping Windows 7 - Why?
« Last post by Psk on March 31, 2021, 07:24:50 PM »
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-- Oh, and I'll add that yes, I have various old Windows systems connected to the Internet. I have Windows 2000, XP, Vista, and 7 all fully online. I don't even think I have any antivirus on my W2K system. The best antivirus is your brain. Don't do anything stupid and you'll be fine. Microsoft is simply trying to use fearmongering and scare tactics to scare people off Windows 7. Most people, rightly, aren't biting.

IMHO, if Microsoft wants people to Windows 10, it should actually make a product that could be objectively considered an "upgrade" rather than a "downgrade". Stop blaming us for not buying your dung, Microsoft. It's your fault, not ours. You screwed up, we are simply doing the rational thing.

-- No reason to keep the W7 machine offline unless you're dumb enough to click on malware, really. I've never gotten a virus, and I've never used anything more rigorous than Defender/MSE, if at all. But if you'll get malware without antivirus, then maybe that's a good move. In my opinion, defeats the purpose...

I'm not even a gamer, so I couldn't care less about that aspect of Windows, except for the built in Windows games. Occasionally play Chess Titans or Solitaire in Windows 7 - those are classics.

-- I tried to upgrade my older laptop from 7 to 10. Completed almost the entire process, then was told that there was an incompatibility, and it reverted back to 7... but not the version I had before. A week later, the laptop crashed - I mean CRASHED! Saved the hard drive and ported over the files to a new computer, but the upgrade process was beyond time-consuming and, in the end, not worth the time.

On a related note though, 10 is bad. I regularly back up my data to thumb drives, but there is a something that makes the files corrupt. Can't figure out what it is, but have upgraded drivers, formatted drives, etc., and no fix in sight. Sure wish Microsoft would figure it out.

-- Windows 10 is unstable and has compatibility issues plus spyware issues. Our IT department has modified the agent string of browser on Windows 7 to be Edge for Windows 10 and all website work. Some sites did not work saying that unsupported browsers so IT changed that one line and everything works. I believe there are more Windows 7 in the world being used than ZDNet server logs or other servers capture. I know that our IT has use that same trick on Windows Xp machines that are need for our factory machines. IT was paying XP extend support and we did get IE11 for Xp during that support but now many sites are not working with IE 11 so IT used the same trick and everything is working again on most sites but some are not working for Xp. IT currently stop paying for Xp support about 7 month ago and have not gotten Windows 7 support since it was a big waste of money. MS is just making huge profits with these extended support for Xp and 7. This is why they are making Windows 10 be no compatibility to make more money. Companies should stop paying it and MS might finally do something about it to make Windows 10 better.

-- I am a huge fan of W7. Easy to navigate and I can do what I want. I started with XP and refused to upgrade to W7 for years. Now I refuse to upgrade even to W8 let alone W10!!! They can stick W10 in their arse....I will never change.

-- I can't tell you how many of my friends, relatives, and clients have had perfectly good, modern PCs borked by Windows !0 "feature" upgrades! I personally can't afford to move to Win10 because my PC is old and incompatible with it. I simply installed Opatch on my old Win7 machine and it works better than it ever did with MS digging at the guts of my system. Now I don't worry about updates, and even most of my applications are taken care of by Opatch. (although I do attempt to manually update those I'm aware of) Long live the micro patch way of living!!

-- -- I realize that you have included the "OTHER" option in your very first survey question, but this does not lend the weight, nor credibility, which explicitly including the following, glaringly missing, option would:


It is a known fact, but supposedly well-kept (but not very) secret: most all surveys these days, on any subject, are skewed to reflect the confirmation-bias of those who commission the survey.
Technology, Computers, & Electronics
/ People are keeping Windows 7 - Why?
« Last post by Psk on March 31, 2021, 06:45:05 PM »
Here's why people are sticking with Windows 7

-- I've tried Windows 10. I have a laptop gathering dust because some glitch in the update process has rendered it useless - only a "wait" circle ever appears if you power it up, and it will not respond to the function keys to bypass. I also can't afford losing control of when, how and why to update. And what's with this? Engadget: Windows 10 is installing Office web apps without asking permission.

It's like Microsoft is desperately trying to be the annoying IT Department that tells me I can't work today because they're going to do an update on my computer. If I wanted that, I'd work for a big Corporation, not myself.

-- 1) Skepticism of Microsoft intentions with regards to collecting of any data from users computers is healthy. NO ONE should ever just believe what a corporation says. The bigger it is the more incentive their is to lie or as the lawyers say "manage the truth".

2) Windows 10 was awful to start with as (is often the case with big tech companies) Microsoft decided what its users wanted instead of letting users decide. Jump ahead and several years and only after Microsoft compromised on some of the terrible changes it tried to force was it then able to start winning over some of the hold outs. Imagine how much better the world would have been if Microsoft had simply provided an improved Windows 7 in the form of Windows 10 instead of trying to change things users did not want changed.

3) Not everyone is keen to the idea of constant change/upgrade. There are security reasons for the upgrade but those just reinforce the notion that constant upgrades done to quickly are a self fulfilling prophecy. Perhaps if the singular focus were on making a solid OS first and then after figure out how many new bells and whistles can be added (and just forget about the spying garbage be it unintentional or otherwise) this upgrade debate would not have lingered on this long.

Windows 10 could have been a big win from the start. Its Microsoft's own arrogance and lack of respect for users that has allowed this Win 7vs Win 10 fight to go on for so long. They have only themselves to blame. So how is Microsoft likely to handle this in the future with the next Windows upgrade? Don't be surprised if instead of learning from this the decision makers at Microsoft seek ways to more easily coerce/force users into upgrading.

Why bother with trying to make customers happy when you can coerce them into compliance.

-- I agree with everything here. W10 is a vastly inferior system, and when W7 finally breaks or I lose it by some mischance, I'll try Linux or even Apple. So irritating that MS keep "updating" and producing what someone said is a downgrade. I was pleased to see that others are also planning to stick with W7 and Office 10 for the long haul!

-- W8 and W10 have been horrible. I personally never used them at all as my daily driver and I never will. But I had the displeasure of working on people's computers that had those Windows versions. If I were you, I'd just go to Linux and be done with it. Linux Mint, Zorin OS or KDE Plasma are good places to start. KDE Neon is a good one and got me off the W7 train. Try them in a virtual machine and see which works for you.

And guess what? I still use W7 sometimes in a virtual machine. I just keep it off the internet. It's the only way to not have to be concerned over security.

Also, on Linux, you can pass through a second video card into a virtual machine if you have a CPU and board that supports IOMMU. Which means that I don't have to dual boot. So, if you have hardware the supports it, you could still use W7 to game if needed in the same way. It's what I do. The games I play work great in WINE on Linux; especially with my AMD card which is just plug and play on Linux. No driver installing crap. My older Nvidia card I attach to my W7 virtual machine just because Nvidia's support for Linux sucks still. Anyway, unless I someday get a game that has anti-cheat in it, I basically don't need Windows anymore. Other than that, I've had no real issues.

Oh. And there are better alternatives for M$ Office. WPS Office, Softmaker Freeoffice or OnlyOffice are great options.

-- I can agree with every one of the complaints about Windows 10. I don't like the user interface, forced updates, or anything else about it -- and there is no feature of it that attracts me. W7, or 8.1 will do anything I intend to do, and many things W10 won't. I use several old programs on a regular basis (for which there's no newer replacement) -- it was difficult to make them run on what I have now, and impossible on W10.

I have one machine with W7 and two with 8.1, and intend to use them until they die, or I do. I don't know what will come next, maybe a Linux running a virtual copy of 8.1, or something else. Whatever it is, it won't be W10.

-- MS is using w10 as the vehicle to finally achieve absolute control of windows users.
next up monthly charges for using windows...and there will be no alternative. when is the only question
MS'only regret is that they didn't buy linux to kill it off...they still might try
the casual user sees w10 as not a big deal, except they will soon need to buy a new computer to support the w10 bloat...of course all needed to fend off hackers who are only able to penetrate their targets because the base OS is a mess.
serious users see w10 as a forced downgrade consuming time, effort and stability only possible when there is a monopoly in place...ATT&T used to do this stuff before they were pulled apart. It took a couple decades for the FCC to figure it out, hope gov can figure MS out sooner.

-- Ever since 2012, Microsoft has simply gone in the toilet. Really don't know what to say. It's not just Windows. Office has consistently declined in quality and usability since Office 2010.

Microsoft has proven it doesn't care about its loyal longterm corporate/enterprise/power user base, and is now trying to cater unsuccessfully to the "cool" and "hip" crowd.

On the plus side, I'll never purchase a Microsoft product again. It's not that I don't like them - I used to be (and still am) Microsoft's #1 fan. But their best software has all already been made, so why keep paying to downgrade? I'll be using Windows 7 and Office 2010 until I die. Thanks for saving me some dough, Microsoft!
Science, Astronomy, & Physics
/ Space events calendar for 2021
« Last post by Psk on March 05, 2021, 05:35:14 PM »
Paranormal, Aliens, & UFOs
/ Re: Psychic Predictions for 2021 & Beyond.
« Last post by Psk on December 30, 2020, 01:07:25 PM »
A great earthquake in Gibraltar, Spain and Monaco.

The Mississippi River will overflow and flood due to stormy weather.

The landscape will change drastically in Los Angeles and San Francisco after devasting earthquakes.

A famous Politian will suffer a seizure.

A heist at Buckingham Palace stealing millions of dollars worth of jewellery and paintings.

A huge earthquake Rome damaging the Colosseum and Vatican.

A gas explosion in Chicago, Illinois.

An unknown plane circling the White House.

A large earthquake in Las Vegas, Nevada – danger to many hotels.

Flooding in a New York City subway.

Many explosions in Brooklyn, New York.

A Crocodile will eat a movie star.

An enormous earthquake in Vancouver, BC.

Earthquake in Ontario, Canada.

Great cures for Cancer within the next 5 years that will be the cure to rid all Cancer.

Niagara Falls overflowing.

Destruction of Spain after a large earthquake.

A sudden downpour of hail in Tokyo, Japan kills many.

An earthquake in West Virginia.

An earthquake in Oxford, England.

A live Dinosaur will be found near a University.

An earthquake destroying parts of the Pyramids in Egypt.

The world will find a surplus of Gold.

Flooding in Atlantic City, New Jersey.

Terror attack in Washington, DC.

New York City skyline changing.

A hotel is swept into the Sea.

A great flood in Savannah and Charleston.

A terror attack in Atlanta, Georgia.

Total destruction after an earthquake in Yellowstone.

Sexual allegations of a late-night talk show host.

A lost city found under Athens, Greece.

A great fire in Rome, Italy.

A bomb blast at the US Capital.

An Arctic town melts due to extreme heat. A tsunami in Hawaii. The sky turns pink (not at sunrise or sunset).

An explosion at Carnegie Hall. A great fire at an iconic hotel in New York City. A towering inferno in New York City.

Riot at a basketball game.

An attack at a Naval base in Norfolk, Virginia.

An attack in Wolverhampton, England.

Shooting at a Symphony.

Collapse of a suspension bridge.

Former President Bill Clinton health issues. Hillary Clinton has to watch her health. A few problems around the marriage of Barack and Michelle Obama. 

A volcano under Los Angeles.

Planets will collide in space.

A Tornado in New York City.

A monster storm hits Boston, Massachusetts.

A shooting and riot at Harvard University.

Drone attack at the White House.

A huge earthquake in China.

Giant sinkhole in Las Vegas, Nevada. A gigantic earthquake in Panama. New Orleans under water. A Dam breaks in California, lots of damage.

A Spaceship landing in desert area. An increase in UFO sightings worldwide. A large fan shape flying object seen all over the world. A lot of UFOs in India.

Huge hurricanes and earthquakes in the Carolinas.

An earthquake in in Tokyo and Mount Fuji. A tsunami is Malibu, California.

Terrorist attack in Central Park, New York City. Roof collapse at Carnegie Hall in New York City. Gas explosion in New York City. Shootings on Wall Street. Celebrity couple overdosing. Illness around Trump.

People of North Korea will overthrow the Government. Protests and Riots worldwide

Meteorite will hit Moscow. A sinkhole in Downtown Manhattan, swallowing cars. Giant earthquake in Alaska and British Columbia. Earthquake at the Grand Canyon. Sky turning different colours all over the world.

A lost world under the sea.   
Paranormal, Aliens, & UFOs
/ Re: Psychic Predictions for 2021 & Beyond.
« Last post by Psk on December 30, 2020, 12:12:29 PM »
Shifting of the plates between Australia and New Zealand, so I am expecting more seismic activity in this area this year as well as on the West Coast of America right up to Alaska.

Terrorism is again back on the agenda for 2021, being as it is a 'metal year'. I hope it is not bombings, but I feel Europe will be the targeted area.

Biden will be president but for a noticeably short time either because of ill health, accident, or threats. He will be preceded by a woman.

A huge earthquake tsunami in Japan. A tsunami in Hong Kong. A huge earthquake in Oregon. Collapse of the Pyramids in Egypt.

China becoming more powerful and more of a threat. Terrorist attack in Boston. Floods in Eastern Europe.

Trump will write a tell all book and ink a deal with Fox news and have show. Trump - Possible arrest. Trump will be fighting lawsuits. Possible illness around Trump. Trump divorce with Melania.

An earthquake in Louisville, Kentucky.

Hijacking of a commercial aircraft.

An ancient city found under a lagoon. Lockdown of an airport. An airport under attack. Siege of politicians in parliament. Assassination of a world leader.

Large earthquake off the coast of Alaska.

Mount Etna, Vesuvius & Pico erupting.

Fire in Little Italy, New York City. Towering Inferno in New York City. Parts of New York on fire.

Uprising in Russia. Moscow on fire.

Health issues for Joe Biden.

Tragedy at the London Bridge. Kidnapping around the children of the Royal Family. Tragedy at the Swiss Alps. A heist at an airport worth millions of dollars. A German airport under siege.

San Andreas Fault in California is about to explode.

Tragedy at a football field, Riot at a soccer stadium in Brazil.

A mega earthquake in Mexico and Mexico City.

A clown that looks like the Joker will go on a killing rampage in New York City.

Woodpeckers will become extinct.

Discovery that the White House is haunted.

Trump will sell a lot of his properties.

A bomb goes off at a Las Vegas hotel. A bomb in the Paris subway.

A large earthquake in Reno, Nevada.

India and Pakistan at war. Philippines and Taiwan at war. Problems between India and China
An assassination at the United Nations.

There will not be another pandemic for at least 10 years.

A famous celebrity will die in a skydiving accident.

A great flood at Lake Como, Italy. More catastrophic flooding in Venice, Italy.

The state of Maine under water. Flooding in New Hampshire.

A giant earthquake in Ecuador.

A fire at Penn Station in New York City.

Lots of seismic activity in Australia and New Zealand.

Giant Tsunamis and large waves worldwide.

Huge explosion and fire in Houston, Texas.

Lots of domestic terrorism in the U.S. Such as an Oklahoma bombing.

A disease around Tulips in Holland.

Terror Attacks in Tokyo.

Mount Fuji in Japan could erupt.

Japan could suffer a devastating earthquake and Tsunami.

Biden might not complete term due to health issues.

The Pope may resign due to ill health and other factors.

A lot more solar flares of the sun.

Beverly Hills will become a ghost town after celebrities sell their properties because of the impacts of the virus in California – they will move to Australia, Canada, and parts of Europe.

A disease around bananas.

Riots in Paris and France.

Trump may move or visit Russia. The White House under attack. Mar-a-Lago on fire.

WW3, but it will be a noticeably short war and then more peace.

Another planet will be discovered, and more sightings are possible, and some sort of unidentified flying object could very well land in area 51. I see more UFOs over desert areas such as, Nevada, California and Southern United States etc.

A heist at the fames Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.

A terror attack in Tripoli.

Venice Beach, California under water.

Scotland becoming independent. 

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