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Suzie get her fourth KGB!
However we find out it not Suzie it's Mishka who is blowing them away!!! Wow!!


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Looks like Susie's spy days are over.
Her superiors are already a little miffed that whenever they try to kill her, she kills the would-be killers. (Where to they get these guys? They make Boris and Natasha look competent.) Now that she's fallen into government hands, her handlers will never be convinced that she hasn't been turned.
The feds are going find Susie a tough nut to crack. The key is her kid. If the CIA can get the kid out of Russia, Susie would probably be happy to give them everything she's got on the Russian spy network in the U.S. She and Quinn could get new IDs and live happily ever after in suburban America.
 
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I hope my favorite KGB agent who has killed more KGB agents than a KGB agent is on tonight!!!!
Drool drool drool !!!!!
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Oh, Quinn. Man, he is so broken and he's going down the typical road. We men can't help ourselves. Broken heart, sorrow and bottle has gone together for a long time. Saddest thing is that Quinn was losing everything. Not just his love, but his job and everything he has hold dear. The Murica, if you don't mind me saying.

I get patriotism very well. After all, I am patriotic Finn. Quinn is supremely loyal to his country. Not the generals he serve, but to his country and I believe he get the foreign and domestic bit from his sworn loyalty to the flag and country. The interesting thing is that JFK which has been portrayed and I believe is one of the greatest US presidents of all time, were willing to push the envelope and take them behind the curtains without having proper clearance.

The Case of the Broken Arrow brings out the theory of visitors being surpremely interested on our development, and it proposes the case that the Pentagon would never admit. That the aliens could not have taken nukes out from the control, even though Broken Arrow has happened a few times during our evolution. But how do we know for sure?

We can't. They will never admit it, even though they should, because it will verify the behaviour and makes us to understand them more. All we know is that they have studied us for a long, long time, and possibly involved themselves in our evolution. I think that is also the case that makes the Pentagon so worried, because if there is nothing they could do to protect the flag and country, then the game is over.

Thing is, and I believe I have brought it out a couple of times already. There is nothing we can do to a supremely technological opponent. The "two thousand miles per hour" quote from the radar operators already talk about that supremacy and it is a similar quote to the Nimitz incident and now famous Tic-Tac's.

The characteristics that the unknown objects possess are phenomenal compared to anything we have produced. They do manoeuvres, in the bloody atmosphere, that we cannot replicate simply because of the physics. Those damn laws limits us. Yet, time and again, these pesky UAP's keep showing how puny and how limited are in the terms of technology.

But you look at that technological prowess and think about Vinge's predictions about the Technological Singularity. It is happening. Every year we get more and more advanced. Things keep getting smaller, and we get more powerful, and more destructive. The aliens must have seen this happening countless times in other planets. Maybe even in our history that the time has wiped out away, because there are a lot of people who still believe that we are the first and only civilisation on this planet.

JFK brought them at the end an USO case, very similar to many incidents we have now heard from the witnesses. There is that theory which says that the Atlantians and the Lemurians were advanced civilisations, and so-called gods visited them. The chances are that they weren't wiped away and they learned to survive in the depths of the oceans, and possibly travel stars.

In my first trilogy that predates the necromorphosis I wrote about us moving into the deep sea bases, and learning to utilise all the space while we moved to colonise the space. I illustrated that the advanced civilisation that has risen from the ashes of the nuclear war had learned to go to depths, and develop technology that they were able to use anywhere. In other words they had moved to the technology level one that Dr Kaku has talked about in his interviews and lectures.

You use imagination just a little bit and you start to develop a picture that challenges our current world view. At the same time it shows us a possible way to the next level that maybe moves us closer to the older races. Whoever they are. It's like they have put at front of us a challenge to move us to next level so that there can be a first contact and maybe possibly a unification.

It's just I believe that the Authorities don't want to be vassals to anyone. They don't want to be the underdogs and show the humanity how limited we are to take on everything that the mother natures can throw at us. To them, the time and dimension doesn't seem to be a problem and according to the eye witness report they can phase through matter. So, a dimensional jump isn't far from that, and taken a bit further we arrive to Kaku's favourite subject, the multiverse.

I know we humans cannot, or haven't studied the other worlds, because we don't have technology. We haven't found any suitable signals in outer space that correlate with our world view about the technological civilisations. So it has lead us to believe that we are alone, even though Drake's equation says otherwise. If you add in our three dimensional world another dimension, or couple of more, you suddenly start to bend those natural laws, and you move to another technological level.

It might not be for us or for that matter to anyone to be able to build technological marvels like Dyson Sphere's and control the whole energy of a sun as Kaku theorises. Maybe we don't have to if we learn more about the universe as we already have. Those alien crafts, especially the Roswell wreck challenges our understanding, because the evidence points out to a thin metal alloy craft. Not a massive with thick shields. Not even anything that closely resembles a heat shield.

For them, taking a simple nuke a part and removing the dangerous bits might be a trivial matter. To us a challenge that needs experience.

I laughed out loud when Dr Hynek volunteered to disarm the bomb. There was no way he could have not cocked it up, and he did. He is a superman, but at least the writers has learned to make him plausible hero.

Will we learn what happened to Suzy in the next episode?
 

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Oh, Quinn. Man, he is so broken and he's going down the typical road. We men can't help ourselves. Broken heart, sorrow and bottle has gone together for a long time. Saddest thing is that Quinn was losing everything. Not just his love, but his job and everything he has hold dear.
Could be Quinn is the "broken arrow" in the title, a "broken straight arrow," if you will. :giggle:
For them, taking a simple nuke a part and removing the dangerous bits might be a trivial matter.
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I wondered about that. If the aliens could extract the bomb from the plane in mid-flight without killing the pilot and co-pilot, they could easily have been capable of replacing the real guts with a harmless version and dropping the dud near the wreckage.
The position of the bomb, though, made it look more like it had skittered out of a plane while it was plowing through the forest than dropped from above. Very clever, these aliens.
Not so clever, the pair who will never know if they had been sent on a fake mission or not. I noticed that the Russians have become Soviets since the series began.
Will we learn what happened to Suzy in the next episode?
I was disappointed that Susie was only referenced briefly by the generals in this episode. With one episode remaining in the season, it seems unlikely that her situation will be resolved. Has PBB been given a third season?
 
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Looks like it's at the top of History Channel scripted show ratings. Hope that underwrites its renewal.

 
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Looks like it's at the top of History Channel scripted show ratings. Hope that underwrites its renewal.
I think there's is a production problem, because of the corona epidemic. The placement also reflects the amount of views this thread has got for some reason. People don't want to talk and get exposed, but they want to know. So, if they can get a permission and can handle the production, then maybe we will see third season.
 

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Oh, Quinn. Man, he is so broken and he's going down the typical road. We men can't help ourselves. Broken heart, sorrow and bottle has gone together for a long time. Saddest thing is that Quinn was losing everything. Not just his love, but his job and everything he has hold dear. The Murica, if you don't mind me saying.

I get patriotism very well. After all, I am patriotic Finn. Quinn is supremely loyal to his country. Not the generals he serve, but to his country and I believe he get the foreign and domestic bit from his sworn loyalty to the flag and country. The interesting thing is that JFK which has been portrayed and I believe is one of the greatest US presidents of all time, were willing to push the envelope and take them behind the curtains without having proper clearance.

The Case of the Broken Arrow brings out the theory of visitors being surpremely interested on our development, and it proposes the case that the Pentagon would never admit. That the aliens could not have taken nukes out from the control, even though Broken Arrow has happened a few times during our evolution. But how do we know for sure?

We can't. They will never admit it, even though they should, because it will verify the behaviour and makes us to understand them more. All we know is that they have studied us for a long, long time, and possibly involved themselves in our evolution. I think that is also the case that makes the Pentagon so worried, because if there is nothing they could do to protect the flag and country, then the game is over.

Thing is, and I believe I have brought it out a couple of times already. There is nothing we can do to a supremely technological opponent. The "two thousand miles per hour" quote from the radar operators already talk about that supremacy and it is a similar quote to the Nimitz incident and now famous Tic-Tac's.

The characteristics that the unknown objects possess are phenomenal compared to anything we have produced. They do manoeuvres, in the bloody atmosphere, that we cannot replicate simply because of the physics. Those damn laws limits us. Yet, time and again, these pesky UAP's keep showing how puny and how limited are in the terms of technology.

But you look at that technological prowess and think about Vinge's predictions about the Technological Singularity. It is happening. Every year we get more and more advanced. Things keep getting smaller, and we get more powerful, and more destructive. The aliens must have seen this happening countless times in other planets. Maybe even in our history that the time has wiped out away, because there are a lot of people who still believe that we are the first and only civilisation on this planet.

JFK brought them at the end an USO case, very similar to many incidents we have now heard from the witnesses. There is that theory which says that the Atlantians and the Lemurians were advanced civilisations, and so-called gods visited them. The chances are that they weren't wiped away and they learned to survive in the depths of the oceans, and possibly travel stars.

In my first trilogy that predates the necromorphosis I wrote about us moving into the deep sea bases, and learning to utilise all the space while we moved to colonise the space. I illustrated that the advanced civilisation that has risen from the ashes of the nuclear war had learned to go to depths, and develop technology that they were able to use anywhere. In other words they had moved to the technology level one that Dr Kaku has talked about in his interviews and lectures.

You use imagination just a little bit and you start to develop a picture that challenges our current world view. At the same time it shows us a possible way to the next level that maybe moves us closer to the older races. Whoever they are. It's like they have put at front of us a challenge to move us to next level so that there can be a first contact and maybe possibly a unification.

It's just I believe that the Authorities don't want to be vassals to anyone. They don't want to be the underdogs and show the humanity how limited we are to take on everything that the mother natures can throw at us. To them, the time and dimension doesn't seem to be a problem and according to the eye witness report they can phase through matter. So, a dimensional jump isn't far from that, and taken a bit further we arrive to Kaku's favourite subject, the multiverse.

I know we humans cannot, or haven't studied the other worlds, because we don't have technology. We haven't found any suitable signals in outer space that correlate with our world view about the technological civilisations. So it has lead us to believe that we are alone, even though Drake's equation says otherwise. If you add in our three dimensional world another dimension, or couple of more, you suddenly start to bend those natural laws, and you move to another technological level.

It might not be for us or for that matter to anyone to be able to build technological marvels like Dyson Sphere's and control the whole energy of a sun as Kaku theorises. Maybe we don't have to if we learn more about the universe as we already have. Those alien crafts, especially the Roswell wreck challenges our understanding, because the evidence points out to a thin metal alloy craft. Not a massive with thick shields. Not even anything that closely resembles a heat shield.

For them, taking a simple nuke a part and removing the dangerous bits might be a trivial matter. To us a challenge that needs experience.

I laughed out loud when Dr Hynek volunteered to disarm the bomb. There was no way he could have not cocked it up, and he did. He is a superman, but at least the writers has learned to make him plausible hero.

Will we learn what happened to Suzy in the next episode?
One thing I found a bother. For a nuclear weapon , not way to get at the 'core' , usually called 'the pit', with just a set of car trunk tools.
O well it is an alternate universe.
I thought it funny that one sees that 'tool kit' sort of obscurely , sometimes seems no one has it, when it's needed it's finally explicit.
For a moment there I thought they were going to do a bare hands dismantle !
 

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I think Mishka will shoot Daria , if not tonight, sometime, once more the KGB downs the KGB!
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So long Captain Quinn. You were a beloved character and even though they suggest Hynek's going to find you, there's a possibility that it will never happen. Thing is, the so called 'UFO invasion' happened during the NATO manoeuvres to scare Soviets by show 'a biggest show of force since the War.' And with the war, they didn't mean the Korean One was in full gear at 1954.

They really had three carriers and escorts out there showing muscles, when the UFO appeared. For years, like the Korean captain said, the sailors has seen things. Lights, ghost ships, things emerging from the sea and flying to sky. One of the sailors told the investigators that he saw a white ping-pong ball.

Something like this


Which is kind of curious, because a friend of mine saw similar kind of object just floating over an hour at London sky. And there were other witnesses too, who saw the same thing. And when I show them the video, they agreed that it was the thing. "The same thing, except it wasn't moving."

So, just like it was the case in the Exercise Mainbrace, there were several witnesses. The curious thing is that they could have proven the case by simply looking at the records and comparing the notes from fired rounds. The admiral could not have said anything. Not when the real ammo was used, and couldn't be explained clearly. But that's the thing about the secrecy, the Pentagon had obviously instructed him to keep quiet, because who knows the Soviets might have done some magic.

I cannot believe that time and again the secrecy threatens the survivability of the humanity. You look at the Covid-19 and you start to see similarities and consequences, because of the taboo. Nobody trust the Chinese numbers, or that orange haired mop at the Oval Office. If you do, you are a fool. It's just you have to apply same analogue to the UFO cases.

We don't know for sure that it's the aliens, because of the secrecy, but we certainly do know that something far more advanced than us is visiting us, and in some cases it's not the same people. The evidence and the witness testimonies speak about multiple species. But so do the history. In fact, if you take in the history and remove everything that you were thought in the school you directly enter into the realm of unknown. To things that cannot be explained by mainstream methods.

You have to believe, just like you do in the case of the God. There's no other way.

I know it's a big step to some people, and if we are to believe through the recent evidence, it is not a gigantic leap to come out and let us know that the textbooks has to be rewritten and people have to adapt their minds to accept that the reality is stranger than they knew. Not everything can be explained by hard science, because we don't even have the branches of science that could explain things. We just know that something they work without really understanding what's behind it.

Flick a switch and lights come on, kind of thing. But that's exactly what happened to Captain Quinn. He encountered the lights in the sky and they delivered him a message that he never told to anyone. Not even to Hynek, because there was no time. No right moment. Not before he hijacked a minisubmarine and went to see the lights at the bottom of the sea.

He had to believe and find a proof to everything. He wanted to explain things and find out if in fact the visitors were a threat to them. You look at that Korean Captain, he told the PBB that boys left and he stayed with the ship. The Triangle Craft transferred them from East China Sea to North Sea and blanketed their minds.

It is a cruel thing that I wrote about in the third book. Memories are a personal thing. The most sensitive material that one can posses, because you only have one life and no reruns. The Alternative Carbon sleeving system isn't here, even if we are living in the future. It just doesn't work that way. Still we can learn from that story the exact same thing. The memories of the past lives are the most precious thing to Kovacs and to all people who live in that universe.

Yet, they take them away with a snap of fingers. Funny thing is that is exactly the same thing Admiral ordered him men to do. To forget about it as if it never happened. The sailors are however, and has always been funny people. They are suspicious and don't want to do those sort of things. Although what happens at the sea, sometimes stay at the sea. Then it takes years, decades before the stuff comes up.

All we know that it happens. There's something down there and it certainly isn't ours.

What is interesting is that they are once again taking the show back to Antartica and in this time, if the History grants third season, Hynek's going to investigate the mother of all pots, the mysteries of the icy continent. I, personally, am fascinated by that place and some of things that has come up being there. In fact, I'm kind of writing at the moment a space mystery that leads to same place.

If this is the last episode, I'd like to show my appreciation to the History and to the Project Blue Book crew. You have done a remarkable job and stayed consistent to the story. If there is an Emmy, it should go to First or to the Last Episode. Michael Malarkey should be one to get for his role as the Captain Quinn. I know he's not like Edward Rubelt, but in the story he's been a highlight and he has done a remarkable job. One females, I would give it to Ksenia Solo for playing superb and believable femme fatale through two seasons. Well done guys, well done. Bravo.
 
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