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In Honor of Robert Todd

  9:30aktualizováno  9:30
I’m going to share a very personal story with you. It is with great sadness and a heavy heart, that I am announcing that Mr. Robert Todd, a brilliant archival and historical researcher, has passed away at the age of 53. He is survived by his family, which includes his sister Marjorie and his brother Barry.

It is a scientific fact that millions of people around the world claim to have seen UFOs | foto: Profimedia.cz

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Robert Todd was always fascinated by things he did not know. He also had no patience for government cover-ups, and he loathed bureaucracies which were unjust and deliberately cumbersome. He made this point very clear when we first met. With Bob Todd, a person always knew where they stood, or what was going on.

One of the areas that Todd had a passion for was the objective study of reports of Unidentified Flying Objects, (UFOs).

While some individuals, including Czechs, may laugh or "scoff" over the subject of UFOs, there is absolutely no valid reason to.

In truth, from 1952-1969, a Czech-American Astronomer by the name of Dr. Joseph Allen Hynek was the U.S. Air Force’s Scientific Advisor to Project Blue Book, the U.S. government’s official study of UFO reports which lasted decades. I was honored to know the Czech Dr. Hynek as well, he was in fact one of my mentors.

It is a scientific fact that millions of people around the world claim to have seen UFOs. Interest is not only very high, it is truly worldwide.

Just weeks ago, the French government posted on the Internet for the first time, its own collection of UFO reports that they have scientifically studied over some 50 years. The release of these new UFO records involving more than 6,000 eyewitnesses was so popular with the public, that the group’s Internet server crashed from too many users trying to access it!

Their Web address is:
www.cnes.fr/ web/4461-geipan.php.

Roswell "UFO" Crash of 1947
In July of 1947, the United States Army Air Force as it was known back then, literally stunned the world when they claimed that they had successfully recovered the remains of a "flying disk" near Roswell, New Mexico.

At this time in 1947, "UFO" sightings were literally exploding all over the world.

While the world press rushed to learn the amazing details of the Air Force’s recovered "flying disk", suddenly the U.S. government changed its mind and said that it had "all been a mistake". The supposed "flying disk" was really nothing more than a "misidentified weather balloon".

To many people, this "explanation" made no sense. If the Air Force couldn’t tell the difference between a "flying disk" and a balloon, they shouldn’t be defending America’s air space.

Bob Todd and Project Mogul
Bob Todd knew "something wasn’t right" as well. For many years, Todd successfully and LEGALLY used the American Freedom of Information Act laws to get copies of thousands of UFO-related files from them

In the case of Roswell, Bob Todd PROVED that there was indeed a real cover-up by the U.S. military.

However, what was recovered near Roswell was NOT a "flying disk" with aliens inside it.

Instead, it was the ultra secret Project Mogul, an aerial device hundreds of meters long designed to stay up in the sky and spy on the Soviet Union -- 10 YEARS before Sputnik!

Bob Todd, the world owes you for solving a great mystery. For rewriting history the ultimate way: by making it.

Jokes of the Day

Things You Learn In Life
Or At Least SHOULD:

1. No matter how nice you are, some people are just jerks.

2. Everyone is 100% completely and totally responsible for whatever it is that they do. The exceptions to this are politicians, celebrities, and athletes.

3. If Jesus Christ were here today he would be fined by the American Medical Association for practicing medicine without a valid Doctor’s license!


Key Article Words in English

passed away = zemřít (min.)
loathed = nesnášet (min.)
unjust = nespravedlivý
cumbersome = nešikovný
scoff = posmívat se
decade = desetiletí
jerks = blbec
totally responsible = absolutně zodpovědný
he would be fined = dostal by pokutu
practicing medicine = praktikování lékařství
valid Doctor’s license = platná lékařské licence



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