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To: Grut
Yeah, I find that there is plenty of useless bunk in UFO wacky land. BUT then there are people that have reputations and public professions that give them credibility, like cops, soldiers or air traffic operators. Then I sit up and take notice. I read a report of an air traffic controller that watched a UFO and talked to a pilot for an hour in Alaska.
27 posted on 12/25/2004 11:00:09 PM PST by endthematrix ("Hey, it didn't hit a bone, Colonel. Do you think I can go back?" - U.S. Marine)
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To: endthematrix
Yeah, I find that there is plenty of useless bunk in UFO wacky land. BUT then there are people that have reputations and public professions that give them credibility, like cops, soldiers or air traffic operators.

I've thought the same thing. There are oceans of silliness and nutjobbery in the 'field' of UFO study.

But there are, as you point out, some credible reports. And all it takes is for one story to be true, one time.

35 posted on 12/26/2004 5:50:32 AM PST by Riley
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