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written by Stellanaut on Dec 10, 2006 00:09
Zixinus said:
Still, I don't understand why would it go to populated areas, THAT frequently. No navigational software error is that hard to work out.
If its not navigational error, perhaps they're seeing how people react to it? Or maybe, seeing the whole thing with people regarding ufos as crazytalk, they would expect the witnesses to get blown off, so they would just not care about passing over a city if it happens to be between A and B, or if it IS the destination.
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written by Skinnymon on Dec 10, 2006 03:23
Much like I hate to involve myself in a religion debate, so do I hate to discuss Fortean Phenomena (Yes, I have read the works of Charles Fort , which I endorse), however as far as this particular UFO debate occurs, I have to state that I find myself in agreement with Jacques Vallée, (Remember the Frenchman in CE3K?) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jacques_Vallee

"I think we're property.

I should say we belong to something:

That once upon a time, this earth was No-man's Land, that other worlds explored and colonized here, and fought among themselves for possession, but that now it's owned by something:

That something owns this earth--all others warned off."
Charles Fort, The Book of the Damned
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written by Zixinus on Dec 10, 2006 17:11
Notice how quickly this topic dropped to religious qualities.
who needs titles?
written by Pomelos on Dec 10, 2006 18:20
Skinnymon said:
Remember the Frenchman in CE3K?
François Truffaut?
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written by Skinnymon on Dec 10, 2006 19:22
Yes, he was a parody of Jacques. (Wasn't there a parody of J. Allen Hynek, also?) It's been so long and I don't watch "movies" anymore...

And what was religious about that, foolish Earthling? All your base are belong to us
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