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Re: Meier Pictures

From: Andy Denne - A.U.R.A. <aura@telekabel2.nl>
Date: Fri, 25 Jul 1997 00:59:49 +0200
Fwd Date: Sat, 25 Jul 1998 10:27:51 -0400
Subject: Re: Meier Pictures


> Date: Fri, 24 Jul 1998 17:16:51 -0500
> To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <updates@globalserve.net>
> From: John Velez <jvif@spacelab.net>
> Subject: Re: UFO UpDate: Re: Meier Pictures

> >Date: Fri, 24 Jul 1998 11:07:08 -0700
> >From: Don Ecker <decker@ufomag.com>
> >To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <updates@globalserve.net>
> >Subject: Re: UFO UpDate: Re: Meier Pictures

<snip>

> >Gentlemen;

> >Let us not forget what we are referencing. The kinetic energy of
> >a .45 ACP 234 Grn. projectile in comparison to a .22 WMR
> >projectile. Neither a .45 nor a .22 will be totally converted
> >into energy. This is a bit simpler than that. Brooksmith
> >suggested that a .22 caliber bullet will deliver, weighing
> >between 45 to perhaps 60 Grns. traveling around 1000 to perhaps
> >1150 fps., depending on the loading, will give more energy to
> >the target than a .45 ACP, weighing between 185 Grns. lower end,
> >to 234 Grns. upper end. The velocity from a 185 Grn. "hollow
> >point" or controlled expansion projectile, around 1000 feet per
> >second, or the heavier 234 Grn. round at about 870 feet per
> >second. You can play with the math, but real experience taught
> >me that if I have to be shot, and I have no option, use the .22
> >over the .45 PLEASE!!

> >Don Ecker

> >--
> >Logic is a systematic method of coming to the wrong conclusion with
> >confidence.
> >Don Ecker
> >UFO Magazine
> >www.ufomagazine.com

> >[Gentlemen:

> > I'm trying to figure how this relates to the purpose
> > of this List..... am having difficuly. Could someone
> > please give my brain a nudge or failing that take
> > this tangent to direct E-Mail? --ebk]

> Errol,

> You just don't understand! See, if Nick's response to Bruce is
> traveling at a speed of 89.9 mps. and approaching at a 45 degree
> angle to the ecliptic plane, the momentum of Don's contribution
> will introduce a random element of increased entropy. This,
> according to Einstien, will cause the mass of the dialog to
> impact on all three objects (Bruce, Nick and Don) simultaneously,
> causing anal retention on a Galactic scale.

> And in some way that I haven't yet figured out, (I've have difficulties
> doing math) we are all going to be shot in the head, (and preferably
> with the .45! You don't want that .22 rattling around in your skull
> processing your brain like liver in a blender,) or at this point in
> the thread, we hope we will be. Ah, at least I 'think' that's what
> they're talking about. I hope this alters your tangent for you.
> Now do you understand?

> C'mon dude, get on the stick. It's the, "kOoKy WoRld oF sCieNcE !"

> (LMAO!) Thanx for the roll on the floor man! ;-D

> John Velez, (S.)M.o.-A.t.S.o.T
> (Stationary) Moving object- About the Size of Texas

> [Dang! An' here ah thort _ah_ wuz loozin' it wunerin' whut
>  it haid ta doo with yew-foes! TGIF-- ebk]

Haha!!! John we were laughin' us to death here!!!
I was simply refering to the weapons the FiGU freely admits to
have that's all...the rest of the mathematics ...well, i tried to
figure out how that could help the case. Personally I'm real glad
I don't know jack about guns (as i intent to keep it!).

Another thing though is i'm really glad so many reactions came
one the latest Meier-scam. Since I have, as stated before, a very
poor knowledge of guns, I was glad to learn that it was highly
improbable that a sniper/killer would've used a .22.(ans missed
at an 8 meter range, what a lousy MiB those Switsers got ;-))

Anyway, thanks for GOOD LAUGH and your great talent to express in
quiet a funny way what I guess a lot of list-members were
thinkin'


Andy Denne
A.U.R.A.