From: Don Ledger <dledger.nul> Date: Fri, 28 Oct 2011 12:26:43 -0300 Archived: Sat, 29 Oct 2011 04:53:26 -0400 Subject: Re: Book 'Exposed, Uncovered, And Declassified' >From: Joe McGonagle <joe.mcgonagle.nul> >To: post.nul >Date: Wed, 26 Oct 2011 01:10:28 +0100 >Subject: Re: Book 'Exposed, Uncovered, And Declassified' >>From: Don Ledger <dledger.nul> >>To: post.nul >>Date: Tue, 25 Oct 2011 10:28:37 -0300 >>Subject: Re: Book 'Exposed, Uncovered, And Declassified' ><snip> >>>The Cosford and Rendlesham UFO cases were solved years ago. For >>>the Cosford explanation see: >>>http://www.uk-ufo.org/condign/secfilcosf1.htm >>>and for Rendlesham see: >>>http://www.ianridpath.com/ufo/rendlesham.htm >>>John Harney ><snip> >>As for Cosford that turns on either time zone problems or a >>typist making a clerical error. >Sorry, Don, ><snip> >As for Rendlesham, I don't think Ian has suggested that the >lighthouse was the ONLY factor. I am also not sure that he >regards every aspect of the case resolved. The coincidence of >the timing of the flashes recorded on Halt's tape is difficult >to ignore. Even Lt.Col. Pope conceded that the lighthouse played >a part, see: I have an arm injury, Joe, difficult to type. Answered in your text. I'm certain he did mention the lighthouse, but only I, believe, in that they knew about the lighthouse. Pilots flying in and out of that base probably used it as an identifier or even a turning point for landing setups. It is only seconds away from the field by air. For it to suddenly become an anomaly seems way out there. It would distinguish that area from the rest by it's flash rate. >http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DhMrbZYkeNQ >(at 09:50) >The radiation was insignificant and the equipment unsuited to >such low-level measurements, I am happy to write that off as >probably cosmic radiation. >You should also question why something as significant as an >alien attack on a Nuclear arsenal took 3 weeks to be reported - First I don't think anyone is suggesting an 'alien" attack. This was during the cold war and any anomaly would be of great interest; the old saw about the enemy having new technology. Is there not evidence to suggest that Halt made a radio report at 3:25am that very morning-not three weeks later. >if indeed there was an alien attack and if indeed there were >Nucs in storage at the base at the time....I have reason to >doubt both. That is without even considering the 'binary >download' that took 30 years to disclose, and the use of mediums >to 'investigate' the case. Quite frankly, the whole incident is >so much of a circus now, there is no chance of making real sense >out of any of it. Another case where the MoD failed to >investigate properly (even the so-called 'cold-case review' was >amateurish and ineffective). In this case I'm sure the MoD did do a thorough investigation. How could they not in light of the circumstances and Halt's report that morning? >I don't argue that Rendlesham is solved, but I suggest that >there is so much garbage embedded in it now, it never will be >resolved. I can't disagree with this statement. >By the way, the following was from Trinity House in 2000, I >think I mentioned it on here before: >"According to our records in December 1980, Orfordness had a >3,000 watt lamp with a range of 30 miles. The 1,000 watt lamp >was not installed until October 1991. The station has recently >been modernised again with the installation of 70 watt metal >halide lamps. The range of the light is now 20 miles. As far as >our records show, the flash pattern remains the same as 1980 ( >one white flash every five seconds). As the station was unmanned >there will not be a log book covering December 1980." I searched Google looking for any mention of when that shield might have been installed but could find nothing. But it likely went up sometime in the 60s when people were more inclined to take on the government rather than just live with that light flashing in their windows every 5 seconds. >So it's appearance today is quite different from it's appearance >in 1980. I have spoken to local people who said that in 1980, >the loom of the beam did sweep the forest in parts - I'm not >sure when the landward 'mask' was installed, or if there were >any changes to it in the intervening years, but quite frankly, I >am now past caring. There is a move afoot to close it down since the shoreline is disappearing. Don Ledger Listen to 'Strange Days... Indeed' - The PodCast At: http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/sdi/program/ These contents above are copyright of the author and UFO UpDates - Toronto. They may not be reproduced without the express permission of both parties and are intended for educational use only.
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