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Re: Why Not Full Disclosure On UFO Sighting

From: Ed Gehrman <egehrman.nul>
Date: Sat, 22 Dec 2007 19:29:46 -0800
Archived: Sun, 23 Dec 2007 20:17:07 -0500
Subject: Re: Why Not Full Disclosure On UFO Sighting

>Source: The Progress-Index - Petersburg, Virginia, USA



>Why Not Full Disclosure On UFO Sighting?

>If the 250-plus planets that scientists have discovered orbiting
>stars other than our own sun, one is believed to be somewhat
>like earth - rocky rather than gaseous, at a distance from its
>star that allows for moderate temperatures and liquid water.
>It's 68 light years away, 399 trillion miles or so, meaning that
>an object traveling at the speed of light would have to do so
>for 68 years to get from here to there, or from there to here.

>Given that exhaustive research hasn't revealed any signs of life
>elsewhere in our own solar system, and that the next likely
>candidate is a goodly jaunt even at the speed of light, it's not
>likely that we're being buzzed by alien life forms.


What "exhaustive research"? There are signs of life: UFO and the
creatures who fly them. Mars and Venus may now be poor
candidates for existing life but both could have had periods
when life flourished.

Civilization and extensive tool use probably has happened before
in the solar system, just as it has on earth, with toolmakers
millions of years more advanced than us, possessing technology
which has allowed them to live wherever they feel secure.

To limit the discussion to either star travelers or illusion
seems fairly stupid, to me.


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