Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Time travel paradoxes-T.Scolarici

It’s just wonderful how many people travel in time. However, I want to think a little about the word travel.
Travel is defined as to go on or as if on a trip or tour, and also to go from place to place and to move or undergo transmission from one place to another. Someone or something moves from point A to point B.
In fact, travel cannot be understood without the concept of space. Things and people move in space, and that movement takes time, but time cannot be an isolated category, because if we eliminate space, we have no time at all.
There is no time without movement in space.
Of course if we delete space, we have no time travel machines, CIA, Basiago, not even Alfred Webre. We are in a kind of pre or post universal space-time.
So, let’s keep space, understanding that if we travel from A to B, we begin our journey on Monday and arrive to B in Wednesday. And this is important: If we go back from B to A, we end our new travel on Thursday. We can only move forward from the time perspective, but never back.
You can move back in Space but never in Time. Time only exist as a development. Time only goes forward, from Monday to Tuesday. From 4 pm to 5 pm.
But let’s imagine for a moment that Basiago goes back from Saturday to Friday. Of course he will be one day younger. If he jumps back in time to 2011, he will be one year younger.
Consequently, if Andy goes back to 1865, he will be unborn. Basiago needs to wait one hundred years to be born.
There is another danger here, because in 1865, the time-machine was not yet invented. Then we find that someone unborn is travelling in a machine that doesn’t exist.
Perhaps the CIA specialists are working in the present times, but if this is so, we have many presents, perhaps infinite presents.
In the present time of 1865, Lincoln in Gettysburg freezes up, and the whole time-continuum ceases to exist.
Bradley Dowden, in his textbook Logical Reasoning, wrote what follows:
“          Nobody has ever built a time machine that could take a person back to an earlier time. Nobody should be seriously trying to build one, either, because a good argument exists for why the machine can never be built. The argument goes like this: suppose you did have a time machine right now, and you could step into it and travel back to some earlier time. Your actions in that time might then prevent your grandparents from ever having met one another. This would make you not born, and thus not step into the time machine. So, the claim that there could be a time machine is self-contradictory. “

Tomas Scolarici

Saturday, July 28, 2012


My reading of the following text between lines in bold and italic.
Exopolitics is a relatively new discipline that requires support in making the transition from a fringe interest to the mainstream of political life in the US and other countries. This requires serious scholarly study of Exopolitics and publication of material for distribution to policy makers, the media and the general public. Exopolitics.org provides all Exopolitics papers published by Dr Michael E. Salla free to the general public.
Dr.Michael Salla, is very explicit in this text. He recognizes that the so called Exopolitics is, after some years of good intentions,) only a fringe interest, so, this “science” is in the margins, in the periphery, it belongs to the UFO subculture, even if Michael calls it discipline which is “In its original sense a systematic instruction given to disciples to train them as students in a craft or trade, or any other activity which they are supposed to perform, or to follow a particular code of conduct."
Dr. Salla however, doesn’t like this fringe, marginal situation of the Exopolitical discipline. On the contrary, he dreams with the serious scholarly study of Exopolitics and publication of material for distribution to policy makers, the media and the general public.
Dr. Michael Salla is an honest man. He wrote that even those who do not believe in ETs would benefit learning Exopolitics.  So this implies that policy makers as President Barak Obama or his challenger Mitt Romney will perhaps include Exopolitics in debates and political propaganda.
After all, the existence or inexistence of extraterrestrials is supplementary and marginal for the Exopoliticians, so try to delete the prefix EXO, and you will have politics as usual.
There are a number of ways you can support the growth of Exopolitics.
Researching and teaching Exopolitics was boosted by the creation of an Exopolitics Institute in July 2005, that specializes in the dissemination of information concerning the political implications of the extraterrestrial presence. 
Because of this need of serious disciplined Exopolitics, there is an exopolitical institute where you can learn about the political implications of extraterrestrial presence, IF you have faith enough and believe that the ETs are here, in our planet.
In fact, Exopoliticians will teach you that the political implications of the extraterrestrial presence in a conditional way, and perhaps some disciples will be tormented by the marginal possibility that they are wasting their time and money.  
Because of this negative possibility, you must understand that Exopolitics, as Theology, are disciplines justified by the promise of a presence, but never the Presence itself.
In Exopolitics and Theology, you will find people talking about Extraterrestrials or God, but never will you meet with the Divinity of the ETs.
Some skeptics question the possibility of a discipline based on a supposition, and suggest some alternatives as Ghost-politics, of even Santa-politics.
However, I will also make a suggestion: the creation of a discipline called INEXISTENCE-POLITICS whose purpose will be investigation of  the impact  of inexistence in  the media, public, and policy makers.
A number of programs have been created for this purpose. An Exopolitics Certification Program was created in Fall 2006 which now makes it possible for individuals to gain exopolitics training they can use in their professions. Courses in Exopolitics provide the opportunity for interested individuals to familiarize themselves with the issues in a comprehensive scholarly manner. In addition, the public launch of the Exopolitics Journal in October 2005 provides the opportunity for exopolitics scholars and students to publish their articles in a Journal with peer review standards.Ttopical developments in the field of exopolitics can now be published through the ExoNews service where readers can contribute their own exopolitics insights.
Supporting present Exopolitics.Org activities and/or the development of programs sponsored by the Exopolitics Institute equires many forms of support: promotion of events; enrolling in courses, certication programs, or conferences; financial contributions; logistical support; networking, etc. The reader is best placed to know how s/he can support Exopolitics so I take this opportunity to encourage you to explore some of the following ways you can support exopolitics.

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Saturday, July 21, 2012

Fwd: Crisis: Alfred Webre and Andy Basiago.

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Subject: Crisis: Alfred Webre and Andy Basiago.
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Looks like Alfre Webre has new friends, and Andy, the time-jumper thinks that this is not the kind of people that "Proyect Pegasus" needs.
That is why Laura Eisenhower, the alchemist, granddaughter of President Ike Eisenhower and Isis present incarnation is also looking for some new and more fresh environment.
Follow this development, because it can teach us a lot about who is who, what is what, and even more...



Wednesday, July 18, 2012

What's going on in the Moon?

What happened in the Moon on November 7, 2005?

NASA scientists have observed an explosion on the moon. The blast, equal in energy to about 70 kg of TNT, occurred near the edge of Mare Imbrium (the Sea of Rains) on November 7, 2005. Several astronauts claimed to have seen construction and UFOs on the Moon an explosion could indicate miningor perhaps an accident.

"What a surprise," says Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) researcher Rob Suggs, who recorded the impact's flash. He and colleague Wes Swift were testing a new telescope and video camera they assembled to monitor the moon for meteor strikes. On their first night out, "we caught one," says Suggs.

Lights are frequently recorded on the moon going back to 1540. Often the lights are noticed within or near craters for extended periods of time ruling out meteor strikes. Aristarchus is a large crater on the edge of a plateau within northern Oceanus Procellarum has had 448 recorded Transient Lunar events many before electric lights existed on Earth. Its at the upper left side at 10 o'clock just left of the red spot.

Many amateur astronomers with small telescopes, systematically observe those phenomena called "transient Moon lights" and communicate these sightings to Observatories and Universities.


Monday, July 16, 2012



Roswell Myth Resurrection

As we wrote before, in Ufology Nothing Happens and as a result, professional researchers are forced to create new stories or reinterpret old and even forgotten factoids.
"The many rumors regarding the flying disk became a reality yesterday when the intelligence office of the 509th Bomb Group of the Eight Air Force, Roswell Army Air Field, was fortunate enough to gain possession of a disc through the co-operation of one of the local ranchers and the Sheriff's Office of Chaves County.
"The flying object landed on a ranch near Roswell sometime last week. Not having phone facilities, the rancher stored the disc until such time as he was able to contact the Sheriff's office, who in turn notified Major Jesse A. Marcel, of the 509th Bomb Group Intelligence office.
"Action was immediately taken and the disc was picked up at the rancher's home. It was inspected at the Roswell Army Air Field and subsequently loaned by Major Marcel to higher headquarters."
(San Francisco Chronicle - July 9, 1947)
The landing created by the imaginative journalist, became then a crash.
First of all, the debris found didn’t look like a disc, the object didn’t land but crashed, and it’s not true that the rancher McBrazen stored any disk.
In the evening of July 8, the Army Air Force base in Fort Worth had examined the wreckage and identified it not as a flying saucer, but as a high altitude weather balloon carrying a radar target made of aluminum and balsa wood. An AAF news release correcting the misidentification was published RDR on July 9, but by then it was too late. The Roswell paper, sheriff’s office and the Air Force base were already being  bombarded by calls from all over the country, mostly journalists looking for a story.
Anyone who reads what Stanton Friedman and many others wrote about the Roswell incident, must have a powerful will to believe in the myth of the crashed Flying Saucer. Friedman rediscovers the forgotten Roswell event in 1978 when he was giving a lecture in Baton Rouge and received a phone call from a man who told him that he had handled the wreckage of a crashed spaceship.
By the way, Jesse Marcel, the man who made the claim, couldn’t remember either the month or even the year of the event.
Of course, the Roswell incident is given by those who believe in the UFO=Extraterrestrial hypothesis as an evidence of what they say.
But there is more: the whole incident can also be interpreted as a failed piece of disinformation directed to the Soviet Union in the beginning of the Cold War. The unwanted echo in the American press forced the disinformers to go back to the real thing: the weather balloon.
UFO Phenomenon is old, perhaps older than men, and truth is that never was any crash of extraterrestrial or para-terrestrial artifacts whatever these are.
For anyone interested in tracing the story of Roswell through its many different variants, we suggest reading:

UFO Crash at Roswell: The Genesis of a Modern Myth. Benson Saler, Charles A. Ziegler, and Charles B. Moore. Smithsonian Institution Press. Washington and London. 1997.
 Tomas Scolarici

Sunday, July 15, 2012

Discredit: Alfred Webre’s Promotion of Andy Basiago, the Time-jumper.

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Date: Sun, Jul 15, 2012 at 6:08 PM
Subject: Alfred Webre's Promotion of Andy Basiago, the Time-jumper.
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Of course we already know that Alfred Webre promotes nonsense without taking care of the most basic laws of rational thought.
His wife, Geri De Stefano, Ph.D. has been a practicing psychic, teacher and business consultant for 30 years in the United States and Canada. In a prologue to Webre's book about his own manic-depressive problems, Geri recognizes Alfred's obsessions and pathological attractions to cults and sects.
However, his ex-partner Dr. Michael Salla, also in Exopolitics, wrote that Alfred Webre had already lost all credibility.
In fact, following the eventual developments of this Webre & Basiago twisted story; we will learn a lot about UFO subculture, memes and disinformation campaigns.


Friday, July 13, 2012

Again the Roswell event...

In time, the Roswell “incident” will have the same importance (cero,) that Adamski handsome Venusians.
“During a June 23 interview on the radio program Coast to Coast AM, former CIA agent Chase Brandon announced that “there was a craft from beyond this world that crashed at Roswell.” A former CIA agent claiming that what crashed at Roswell was extraterrestrial garnered the media’s attention and excited researchers who have held this belief since the incident occurred in 1947. However, there may be more than one hidden agenda behind Brandon’s unsubstantiated claims.”
But who is Chase Brandon?  Here is the hint as Kevin Randle puts it:
“Of course he (Chase Brandon) has nothing to back up his statement on this except he is reported to have served as a covert operations officer in the CIA’s Clandestine Service for 25 years, and spent his last 10 years as the agency's official liaison to the entertainment and publication industries (which is a real hint). I suppose if you work in the director’s office you have the authority to poke around just about anywhere, even if you are only the liaison to the entertainment industry.
“Sometimes you have to see behind the scenes. This is a case where the veil is nearly transparent. Brandon wants you to buy his book… and though I do read science fiction, I won’t buy this one.
We think however that Brandon is not only selling his book but doing something else. Call it disinformation if you want.

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Sunday, July 1, 2012

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