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Re: You Saw A Ufo

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Posted by Zephram Cochrane/">Zephram Cochrane on January 12, 2000 20:56:17 UTC

: : : : : By the way I was looking for NGC 7293 (the Helix Nebula) not for ET.

: : : : Did you fine it? If not it must not exist.

: : : It exists in a 6-inch reflector, but it is extremely faint. It is approx. 400 light years away. It is circular like a gate, but nothing visable traveled through it.

: : You missed the point.

: I get your statement, your playing the people aren't smart enough to see/find UFO logic game - boring - been there before - heard it for decades and still going (and will contiune as a debate tool for a long time).

You still missed the point. I am playing no such game. I never said people aren't smart enough to find UFOs. These are words you put in my mouth.

: Here's the point you missed...I didn't find NGC 7293, some else did, I am just verifying it's existence - that's the difference between the science and UFO forums.

I missed no point. You didn't find a UFO. So what? Someone else did. I am just verifying their existence.

:I think I will stick to the science areas. This place forum is for abducted support groups. I have said nothing about the validity of abductee support groups. If you truly like the science area of interstellar flight you'll like my page. Otherwise I don't care if you go elsewhere that you believe is a more scientific area.


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