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Was Dr. Steven Greer's announcement premature: (Score: 0)
by Anonymous on Tuesday, February 11, 2003 @ 13:14:24 GMT

Dr. Greer very clearly, very explicitly, and very emphatically explained that results were not yet conclusive, and that extensive further testing would be necessary. He also very clearly explained the importance of making the public and the Congress aware of this new device, so as to minimize the risk of covert action against SEAS and or the inventor.

So, no, it absolutely positively was not premature.

How much more premature could it be? (Score: 1)
by chipotle_pickle on Tuesday, February 11, 2003 @ 16:09:37 GMT
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He's on the radio and writing his congressman to pre-announce his upcomming announcement that he's made a measurement error. If he's not even bothered to have Eric Krieg test the device, why is he going on and on about how nifty it would be if the thing worked? Just go to Philly for the weekend and Eric will test it for you for free. What's the wait?

Was Dr. Steven Greer's announcement premature: (Score: 0)
by Anonymous on Tuesday, February 18, 2003 @ 06:54:48 GMT

'Bout 50 years late from what I hear.

Was Dr. Steven Greer's announcement premature: (Score: 0)
by Anonymous on Tuesday, February 18, 2003 @ 20:45:15 GMT

Dr. Greer carefully weighed the advantages and disadvantages of an announcement at that time. The inventor wants to remain anonymous at this time because of what has happened to other inventors over the years. Dr. Greer and the group at Space Energy Access Systems are on the front lines with this right now, and it was felt that it was necessary to make the announcement to help keep them alive until the testing can be complete and the world told the truth in a major announcement. This is too important to let it be squashed quietly by the PTB. Perhaps the reason Dr. Greer has not had the person mentioned test the device is that he doesn’t want to take a chance that some professional debunker will fraudulently fail the device and start a Pons & Fleischman type trashing before the truly valid test are in. Major credable labs are lined up and will provide the verification that will be credable to the whole world. I believe they have really found the real deal. Time will tell.

Was Dr. Steven Greer's announcement real: (Score: 0)
by Anonymous on Monday, April 07, 2003 @ 19:40:10 GMT

We have a great acronym "Think different" if our Scientists/Politicians would only "Think outside the box" we probably would have had this device in our lives back in the days of Tesla, around 1938. Good on you Dr Greer, it is people like you that we need to run for President to stop us enslaving ourselves. I believe the device is real. I just hope it becomes free knoledge for the public.


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