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Posted by Ashok S Das on November 6, 2005 15:59:51 UTC

HI guys,
I always wonder why the UFO's are sighted in USSR and USA??? Why not in 3rd world countries like India, Pakistan, Burma or Srilanka???

If your answer is these countries are under developed that's why the Alliens are not interested then I think it is just an excuse.

If you argue that Alliens come to see how far these developed countries progressed then it is sure nonsense, as why the hell they will travel to see you guys...???

If they can travel 100s or 1000s of light years so there technologies are too advanced than Our technologies on earth. So they may have devices by which they can see you even when you are in your toilet. Right...???

NOw the question comes regarding sighting. The developed countries have much LIGHT POLUTION in comparison to underdeveloped countries, so the sky is quite clear in 3rd world countries. If the sky is clear then UFO sightings could be more in These countries in comparison to developed countries. On the contrary there is no UFO sighting in 3rd world.

I think it is enough to say that UFOs are HOAX or the dream of intoxicated perverted mind.

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