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Re: Greetings From Planet Earth - Friedman

From: Stanton Friedman <fsphys.nul>
Date: Fri, 12 Jan 2007 14:46:30 -0400
Fwd Date: Sat, 13 Jan 2007 07:26:57 -0500
Subject: Re: Greetings From Planet Earth - Friedman


>Source: The Bellville News Democrat - Illinois, USA

>http://tinyurl.com/yzm3ua

>Fri, Jan. 12, 2007

>Greetings From Planet Earth

>McClatchy-Tribune News Service

>(MCT)

>The following editorial appeared in the Chicago Tribune on
>Wednesday, Jan. 10:
>
>X X X

<snip>

>We're of the opinion that if aliens do exist, and they did come
>to Earth, they'd probably want to do more than hover ominously
>over the world's second-busiest airport. The comedian Dennis
>Miller was quoted as saying, "Only man is a narcissistic enough
>species to think that a highly evolved alien life force would
>travel across billions and billions of light-years" just to
>snatch a few unfortunates for an intrusive medical exam.
>
>Let the officials deny UFOs exist. They always do. But the more
>they blame some vague weather phenomenon, the more the O'Hare
>sighting will blaze in the firmament of ufology. We don't know
>what happened at O'Hare, but the thought that we're not alone in
>the universe, that aliens are traveling great distances to
>visit, is strangely comforting.


Notice the totally stupid comment by so-called comedian Dennis
Miller about billions and billions of light years. There are 46
sun-like stars within 54 light years. Wonder if he would re-
think his opinion? I doubt it.

One might expect that others in the local neighborhood might
want to check out this primitive society whose major activity is
tribal warfare to make sure we don't bother the neighbors.

At least the tone of the editorial isn't too bad.


Stan Friedman





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