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Subject:   Re: Re: Re: Al Bielek Debunker Replies to Michael Relfe
Name:   Marshall Barnes
Date Posted:   Jun 10, 04 - 10:05 AM
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Message:   >What makes you think that I am supportive and/or >side with Mr. Bielek or his PX Story?

You said, "then perhaps Mr. Bielek's account might have validity... but then again is it all dis-informational, or perhaps PsiOps in nature?"

That's what I quoted. I never made any other insinuations concerning your support or lack there of. I never mentioned the issue of taking a "side".

>I stated a fact that A. E. Moch had an encounter with a person named "Mr. L" in the 1970's. Perhaps I wasn't clear enough that though A.E. Moch's story did happen prior to the Philadelphia Experiment book... making me question Belek's story, and the fact that A. E. Moch was one of the original Remote Viewing >paticipants at the time?

RV has nothing to do with the PX as I amply explained. Basing the veracity of a unsubstantiated claim on another unsubstantiated claim is equally pointless, in either case. Our web site doesn't do that. We concern ourselves with evidence and verifiable facts. Not heresay and unbridled speculation based on pseudoscience and conspiritorial scuttlebut.

>If something "Science Fantastic" did occur that we are not fully aware about... that in a strange way perhaps Bielek's story is dis-informational... just as "Mr. L" being a dis-information agent to create an association of Remote Viewing being connected with >the PX Experiment.

Again with the linkage that doesn't exist. "If", "not fully aware", "in a strange way", all cloud bridges that mean nothing. I answered the issues that your quoted comments raised. Again the quote was -

"Going back to "The Philadelphia Experiment"... and the interest of "Mr. L" in A. E. Moch, does 'Remote Viewing' have some connection to Dr. Einstein's 'Unifield Field Theory' toward the study of "Quantum Time Bending and/or Time Travel"... then perhaps Mr. Bielek's account might have validity... but then again is it all dis-informational, or perhaps PsiOps in nature?"

RV has nothing to do with Einstein's Unified Field Theory and it has nothing to do with quantum time bending or time travel. Whether or not Bielek's story "might have validity" is not predicated on the existence or linkage of any of the other things, it's predicated on whether or not what he has claimed is true. Our web site, answers conclusively, that question.

>I know for a fact that A.E. Moch tried to dis-spell heresay that someone put out dis-information on Remote Viewing, that RV was discovered at Roswell New Mexico at one of the UFO's found there that crashed... with after-comments to A.E.Moch that the U.S. Government told him to say that there was no >connection of RV to UFO's at Roswell.

Which has, once again, nothing to do with the PX. Also, you've got the story wrong. I know the original source of the story you're failing to accurately retell. In any case, it's not A.E. Moch, who I also know about from years ago.

>So... what part of Bielek's story is false, or based on fact. If this is true dis-information, then >perhaps we are dealing with both?

Clearly you haven't taken the time to read our web site. I suggest you do so. After all, the whole point of it is to answer that very same question. As I said, we do it conclusively.

I have nothing further to comment.



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