UPDATE!!! Now we are talking....
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MALE 2: It got cold in here.
MALE 6: Plasma systems in general are made of several things. They're usually simple if it's for research purposes. A simple and inexpensive system and can be made in any simple factory. We can do a simple research, and the system can change from a research system, if the research was good, and the requirements are available, turn into... [audio blank 31:28 to 31:45]
Male 2: they can let us know if they disagree, and if they do agree, which is better, they can also come to us so we can reach a clear plan. Thank you my brothers from the Military Industry for the valuable information that you provided, and at the same time we got to see you and get to know you.
These are military scientists talking about the transfer of technology to who? Well since it is the military, clearly the conversation went into a military application of plasma.
There are no other annotated blank spots on this translation. The blank spot occurs right when the military scientist speaker says where the application will be transferred to. Oddly enough, the "It got cold in here" comment is very out of place if you read the rest of this transcript. There is no other single out of place comment. When you are in a military briefing and the information about to come out is classified, you say, "this is classified" so that anyone who doesn't have the right clearance can leave.
"It got cold in here" sounds like a warning that a classified subject was approaching so shut off the mike. I know this sounds crazy, but it is too much of a coincidence.
An out of place comment, followed by a mention of transfer of plasma technology, that is cut off in mid statement because the microphone was shut off (if the tape had stopped there wouldn't be a time gap) , followed by a thank you to the military scientists. This is 99.9% proof that Tierney was right and they were performing plasma experiments to go into weapons testing, most likely nuclear. The rest of the conversation is kept "in the clear" but applies to that program.
Now I am convinced that Bill Tierney was accurate.
This post is a continuation from live blogging analysis of the tapes released today on the FMSO. See the posts below for that development. The new documents are translations of the CD Bill Tieney "released" last month. At the time, I said they were important because I or a coworker had probably been the one who collected them and burned the CD in a search for a DOJ request to provide evidence of Saddam crimes.
things to note:
This release wasn't due to the government, it took a private citizen, or else Negroponte wouldn't have released them because he is releasing junk like the documents they posted yesterday. So Negroponte still has not released any classified documents.
This translation proves that ABC did a poor translation of this tape when they originally aired the story last month. They said this tape was an academic and industrial related conversation about plasma.
At the time, I wrote at the American Thinker, that ABC probably had it wrong because these tapes were classified IV for intelligence value.
I also made the point that although both Bill Tieney and John Loftus have strange statements on the record, these tapes could not be dismissed because of that.
Now a third source has validated Bill Tierney's claim that this conversation indicated a military application for the plasma. Bill Tierney is right. So all the other claims he made about the tapes shoul be reviewed. His stock just went way up.