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RE: RE: Where Are They?

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Posted by bzrd on September 11, 2000 17:41:37 UTC

There are approx a million stars within a 1000 ltyr radius of us [Horowitz Harvard]. Your statement implies that we all started propagating radio-signals at the same time. Where are they? Is it merely coincidence [I`m getting tired of that word] that this apparent non-existence of ET is predicted by the Bible?

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