I post it at the request of my dear cohort LVD.
WS has graciously given me standing permission to post from his journal provided I include the URL.
Naysayers, save your fingers. We are disinclined to get into it with you. And, in case you haven't noticed, life is plenty complex for all kinds of explanations and assumptions . . . not to mention . . . evidence.
I have not translated the links operationally. Go to Whitley's site to operate the links, please.
NOTE: My FR page has some of my perspective on the UFO phenomena. I don't trust the critters. I also don't know who in the field is foisting disinformation knowingly or otherwise.
This is an interesting doc. That's enough for me to prayerfully ponder it. Caution is always in order in this field.
UFO PING LIST PING
Please let me AND Las Vegas Dave
know if you want on or off our UFO PING LIST.
Went to Area 51 this past weekend with my two nephews.
Stayed at the Lil Alien Inn (good Alien Burgers BTW)
Stared at the dark sky for a couple of hours.
Didn't see anything but one shooting star.
Went to the end of Groom Lake Rd. and took pics and waved at the Cammo Dudes.
Bump for bookmark
Quix, the last time we really interacted was:
where I reluctantly posted my sighting of a massive, slow -moving dark grey cylinder.
It had such an impact on my life that the most important thing to do would to be remain credible, should I speak of it.
Whitley, and others on the Art Bell circuit tend to go too far by making a living out of it.
I believe it is quite possible he saw or experienced what he did, but then blows it by having to continue to entice people to subcribe to whatever he is shilling at the moment.
If I drop dead tonight, what I take with me is something most people will ever see. That's worth more than all the money in the world.
Apparently a similar event occurred in Mobile back in the 60's, with low oxygenation in the water receiving the blame.
I find Streiber to be an interesting guy, but have to say that his paranoid rant on Bush, global warming, etc. don't do much for (what is left of) his credibility. I remember that he was one of the folk talking about a space ship accompanying Hale Bopp, for instance.
Must be a sale going on of tinfoil at the local Walmart. ;)
"The hairs have been DNA tested and the results are incredibly odd. In the root, rare Basque mitochondrial DNA was found. Farther up the shaft, DIFFERENT DNA was found, this time rare Chinese mitochondrial DNA. In addition, CCR5 gene deletion appeared to be present. This rare anomaly confers immunity to HIV and other viruses."
The place of the Basques in the European Y-chromosome diversity landscape
Nature (abstract only) | 2005 | Santos Alonso et al
Posted on 08/15/2005 8:42:56 PM PDT by SunkenCiv
Who is the warden?
"visitors" bump for later reading