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Aliens are REAL - Boyd Bushman

Discussion in 'The Pub' started by Mouth, Nov 3, 2014.

  1. The controversial video was apparently made shortly before Mr Bushman died on 7 August 2014.

    He had several patents attributed to him that were assigned to Lockheed Martin, and he was apparently also a senior scientist at the company - although that claim is disputed.

    These patents include a magnetic drive, an light beam to find objects, a thermally energised electrical power source and a heat radiation detection system. Footage of the interview was posted in early October, however, only garnered attention in recent days. It has since surged on the Internet, amassing more than 2 million views on YouTube.

    He also says aliens hail from a planet 68 light-years away called Quintumnia, but that it takes them just 45 minutes to reach our planet.

    ‘There are two groups of aliens,’ said Mr Bushman. ‘They divide them into two groups. It’s like a cattle ranch.
    'One group are wranglers, and the others are rustlers - the stealers of cattle.’
    Among the other wild claims in the video, he says there is a special flight path to Area 51 from space.

    Aliens at the base are apparently five feet (1.5 metres) long and up to 230 years old.
    They each have five fingers, which are 30 per cent longer than ours, and five webbed toes.
    And the Quintumnians apparently communicate through telepathy.

    In yet another bizarre claim, he also says scientists at Area 51 have been working with Russian and Chinese counterparts to develop anti-gravity technology.

    • His claims, understandably, have been met with widespread criticism and derision.
    • Speaking to MailOnline, UFO expert Nigel Watson, author of the Haynes UFO Investigations Manual, said: ‘This story has been received with equal measures of enthusiasm, curiosity, confusion and scepticism in the UFO community
    • ‘As long ago as 2008 he passed a polygraph test, during which he claimed he had worked on antigravity projects, alien technologies and had even met and photographed an alien, and examined at least eight different types of alien spacecraft.
    • ‘Bushman also revealed that he had received death threats and that security personnel had attempted to discredit him and tried to keep him from talking to the public. ‘
    • And Alejandro Rojas at website Open Minds said: ‘Like so many stories in the UFO field, Bushman’s is enigmatic.
    • ‘The whole affair could easily be written off as the delusional ramblings of an old man.
    • ‘The only thing that causes one to pause is Bushman’s background. Why would a high level scientist begin making up such wild stories?'
  2. Only in America........
  3. I knew I wasn't alone :wacky:
  4. see what happens when you experiment on yourself
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  5. Truth can be stranger than fiction.
  6. I don't know about all that but you'd have to be a bit narrow minded to look up at the sky and imagine that we are the only life forms in all the galaxies.
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  8. I really keep expecting every new alien photo to change the age old round saucer shape of ufo to something more original lol
  9. These two lines are the key. Delusions are not 'Made up'. They are the result of an illness process.
    Mental illness does not discrimminate and high level scientists can certainly develop schizophrenia, dementia and other brain problems which account for his beliefs. I am not sure what is so remarkable about this, these are very common illnesses.

    In Australia he'd be more likely to get effective treatment for this.
  10. Or a job in local government.
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  11. #11 Brmmm, Nov 4, 2014
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    I guess so - some local councils are pretty good at supporting people with a range of illnesses and disabilities. They don't tend to unfairly discrimminate as much as private industry.

    Or some sort of position at a University, perhaps. Did you see that movie A Beautiful Mind? John Nash ended up with a Nobel Prize after getting effective treatment.
  12. Pretty skeptical about what the guy is saying...

    But I agree with this. We live in an observable universe with an estimated 125-225 billion galaxies(2 diff estimates, 125 estimated in 1999 and 225 from 2013) and our galaxy the Milky Way contains roughly 100 billion stars itself, many with their own planetary systems etc.

    It's hard to think that were the only ones here on Earth when you know all THAT is out there.

    EDIT: Don't know if there are any Carl Sagan fans here, but thought you guys might find it interesting none the less. Esp since you're reading this thread and all :p