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Posted 07 February 2014 - 03:22 PM

UFO Disclosure, Wright Patterson Air force Base, Gaiacomm International

After researching the terahertz technology from Gaiacomm International and others involved in terahertz research, may we suggest using the Gaiacomm terahertz camera, mount it on a plane and fly around the outside perimeter of Wright Patterson Air force base in Ohio to peer underground to finally see what lies hidden in the vaults. The Gaiacomm camera can take images from signatures below the surface up to a mile or so in depth, there is no known material that can hide from terahertz peering, thus finally proving if UFO's or Aliens exist on that base. The images produced from  this camera is stunning and very clear to determine what is hidden underground. Now there is the issue of National Security if gaiacomm's terahertz camera is allowed to take photos, and video of a supposedly secure base. The angle of projection can peer thru the ground like a 3d slice of pie, so even if the plane is 1 mile away it can zoom in and get a section at a time. This seems to be the only way to either prove that UFO and Aliens exist or not. The good news is this technology has been overlooked by UFO researchers, and should be used to see thru the ground, etc. the bad news is this technology is owned by civilians not military or government. So if you want that one picture to finally expose what Dr Steven Greer  and others have been talking about, then may we suggest turning to good old American ingenuity to solve the age old question, Are We Alone, and did the Roswell incident really happen? We are tired of the out of range photo, smeared image, I witness testimony with no clear evidence. With this camera, you will finally be able to see what is at Groom Lake, Area 51, from a distance without having Men in Black harassing you at the gate. But may we suggest checking with the NSA and others before you take those photos first, just in case....it's true.


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Posted 09 February 2014 - 03:45 AM

The system of checks and balances are fearful that other countries will get the Gaiacomm technology.


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Posted 09 February 2014 - 03:47 AM

World Group Holdings chairman Zvi Barinboim: We'll consider raising capital on the London Stock Exchange. 
Guy Hadass 28 Feb 05 17:36 


Satcom Systems has announced that it is negotiating to acquire IP Planet Network Ltd. for NIS 36 million. Satcom is controlled by Zvi Barinboim's World Group Holdings (TASE: WRGR). IP Planet, a provider of connectivity solutions for telecommunications operators in Africa and the Middle East, is controlled by Shaul Alovitz's Eurocom Communications, Arison Holdings, Shrem Fudim Kelner & Co. (TASE: SFK) subsidiary Polar Investments (TASE: PLR), foreign investors, and CEO Erez Gissin. 
Last year, IP Planet, now an acquisition target, bid against Barinboim for Satcom. The two companies are in similar businesses. Satcom provides local and international communications services, mainly by satellite. In September 2004, it acquired Gaiacomm International, a provider of mobile communications services via Iridium Satellite LLC. 

Satcom chairman Moshe Avraham said, "The acquisition of IP Planet fits in well with our growth strategy, which includes expanding market share in existing territories, penetrating new territories, and penetrating complementary niches, in order to turn Satcom into a global communications services provider, offering customers full communications solutions with a range of technologies. 

"The synergy between the two companies is obvious, and will cut costs and increase the profitability of the merged company." 

Avraham said, "We greatly appreciate Gissin's abilities and talents, and he will continue as CEO of IP Planet." 

Barinboim said, "On the basis of the two companies' growth rates in recent years, the expected sales of the merged company will turn it into a significant player in the communications market, with global deployment. We are considering other possibilities overseas, including other acquisitions, and we'll also consider raising capital on the London Stock Exchange." 

Satcom posted NIS 55.8 million in revenue in January-September 2004, compared with NIS 38 million in the corresponding period of 2003, an increase of 47%. It posted a net profit of NIS 7.2 million in January-September 2004, compared with NIS 7 million in the corresponding period of 2003, which included NIS 2.1 million in one-time revenue from a conceded loan. 

Published by Globes [online], Israel business news - www.globes.co.il - on February 


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