A Beautiful Check List
I spotted this on the otherwise vapid Yahoo! RunningOnEmpty2 group. Arlo, from Ontario, critiqued the Tom Bearden MEG site with his own special criteria:
- Claim of free-energy device? Check!
- Claims that terrorists/soviet-kgb/yakuza/etc have had the technology for years? Check!
- Terrorists using weather control by these "scalar electromagnetic waves? Check!
- Conspiracies everywhere? Check!
- Suppression of inventions/discoveries by Governments/Companies? Check!
- Standard vague "Chemtrails" reference? Check!
- References to "scalar waves" with no explanations? Check!
- Conspiracies and suppression? Double-check!
- Using these devices to cure nearly all known diseases and afflictions? Check!
- Using these devices as weapons to GIVE people diseases (ie: flesh eating disease and the Gulf War dieases)? Check!
- Mind control paranoia? Check!
- Solutions to all energy problems? Check!
- No references to claims of new discoveries? Check!
- The Apocolypse will be the result of suppression of his ideas? Check!
- Reference to Revelations and how it's coming because of SEM? Check!
- 'MEG will be sold in 2003', but missed deadline? Check!
- References to a NWO (New World Order)? Check!
- The Shuttle explosions and TWA 800 were caused by scalar EM weapons? Check!
- Makes possible faster than light travel and "transporters"? Check!
- Explains all of the particulars about UFO's? Check!
- Explains crop circles? Check!
- Vague pictures of lights in the sky, satellite photos and endless pictures of clouds as proof of all of the above? heck!
As a bonus he observes the same web site "quality" which I find pernicious in wacko sites:
PS: I'm getting awfully tired of wading through sites like these..
either one huge-ass rambling page, unsorted or barely sorted random
rambling pages, or worst... a combination of both. How about some
Organization? From a lucid mine? Not unless he's impersonating John Nash.