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Sorry I Looked... - Cox

From: UFO UpDates - Toronto <post.nul>
Date: Sat, 12 May 2012 09:34:46 -0400
Archived: Sat, 12 May 2012 09:34:46 -0400
Subject: Sorry I Looked... - Cox

Source: Billy Cox's Blog De Void


Thursday, May 10, 2012

Sorry I looked...
by Billy Cox

After taking a look at the unedited version (thanks, Giuliano
Marinkovic) of Anderson Cooper's half-hour Do You Believe In
Space Aliens? bilge from two weeks ago, it's even worse than I

Again, given the number of guests and the segment's lack of
focus, it was clear from the get-go that not a photon of light
could've escaped from this sucking black hole. But it could
have, because the producers actually had a hook to work with.
And that's what makes this strikeout especially regrettable.

Pennsylvanians were reporting a spike in UFO sightings in 2008,
many emanating from the skies over Bucks County outside
Philadelphia. It drew a little local media attention, the usual
stuff, you know, with talking heads using the usual lame-o 'out
of this world' segues. And as these things usually go, nobody
ever got to the bottom of it. So the flap stayed confined to
local quarters.

Suddenly, from out of the blue, on April 24, Cooper resuscitated
the mystery by inviting an eyewitness named Denise to tell
national audiences about how she was awakened by her growling
dog in the middle of the night to discover glowing lights above
her house. The UFO(s) proceeded to sprinkle metallic-looking
glitter on her tree, making her think "it was snowing in July".
Cooper then introduced Pennsylvania state Mutual UFO Network
director John Ventre to talk about what happened to the tree.

Ventre said MUFON sent leaves from the affected tree to two
different labs, both of which reported "high levels of magnesium
and boron", two to three times higher than controlled samples
detected on neighboring trees. Furthermore, the leaves had
produced anthocyanin, which Ventre accurately described as a
plantís natural defense from heat and radiation. But were those
levels of anthocyanin excessive or unnatural? And what gives
with the elevated magnesium and boron? This is the part where
you bring in one of the lab analysts, right? Or a botanist,

Nope. Not on Anderson Cooper.

[More at site... thanks to 'The Norm' for the lead]

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