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RE: RE: Where Are They?

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Posted by Michael Wright on September 21, 2000 05:15:37 UTC

Hubble cannot detect a comet or asteroid that far away (They are too cold and too small)... Comets and asteroids are natural products of the formation of solar systems, not wandering through space... I have never heard of any such observations, where did you hear this? Where in the book does it talk about orion? You raised so many questions, but have answerwed so little...

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