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Teleportation Tale

 
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04/25/2005 10:54 PM
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Teleportation Tale
The original article, which I have pasted here, had pictures, too, but I don´t know how to make them show up. Believe it or not, GLPers...

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GERMAN U-BOAT TELEPORTED
TO FIVE ISLAND LAKE, PART II

submitted by Harrison Campbell , Col. USA (Ret.)

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Palo Alto: December, 1944. The Third Reich is still crumbling. Meanwhile, at Ottumwa Naval Airstation, Lt. Commander Richard M. Nixon receives a frantic phone call from the tiny hamlet of Emmetsburg. Seconds later, he raises the alarm: "GERMAN SUB IN FIVE ISLAND LAKE, PALO ALTO CO., IOWA. THIS IS NOT AN EXCERCISE." Within minutes, nearly 60 planes are scrambled into the sky. Their mission: Kill the sub in Five Island Lake!
It was, in fact, the U-3036. After Hohenberg-Ristau had thrown the main power lever in Kiel, a massive surge, followed by a rapid acceleration of power in the quantum field generators (the exact cause and reasons are still heavily classified to this day, both in the US and the Federal Republic of Germany) occurred, causing the U-Boat to not only vanish, but teleport 3,375 miles across the Atlantic Ocean. What happened aboard the U-Boat is best described by her captain, Jurgen Wassergott.
"I had just signaled Captain von Hohenberg-Ristau that all of our systems were fully powered and operational. He then was to throw the main lever on shore, and we were to initiate the secondary power source in the generator aboard our own boat. This happened according to plan. But as soon as the switch on the my boat was engaged, strange things began to happen. The lights dimmed on board, and we started to shake. Many of the crew became frightened, and some of those topside tried to jump overboard and save themselves.
"This proved to be impossible, as I watched them try to leap overboard, only to be hurled back onto the deck as if they had run into a massive, invisible rubber wall. The next thing we knew, there was a rush of noise, and everyone experienced the sensation of watching the boat dissolve around them. Then we all blacked out. When we awoke, heavily disoriented, I might add, I said to my first officer, ´Well, Heinz, I don´t think we´re in Schleswig-Holstein anymore´".
Wassergott , who realized the need to restore discipline and morale in his badly shaken crew, immediately set about getting his boat ready for action. The first thing he had to do was determine, where, exactly, they were.

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stgeorge (OP)

12/08/2005 10:07 AM
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If the Visitors protect you,make you invisible via screens as camoflage and levitate you out of there only to reappear someplace else,is it teleportation?
No.It is transportation by unknown means.

A stroger effort to discredit the paranormal now that the military is in charge.
You will get more evidence.
Anonymous Coward
12/08/2005 10:07 AM
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cool story.
zangtang (OP)

12/08/2005 10:07 AM
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great fun
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