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Posted by L Madia on February 17, 2002 05:29:51 UTC

Perhaps I need to clarify a few things. I didn't say ufo's didn't exist. I said I don't think they are from other worlds. I don't believe there are any hard facts or evidence of any sort that would support that theory.

I do believe people are seeing something, but not alien space craft from other planets in this physical universe.

The shere number of observation without any physical evidence (unless you believe the Rosewell incident) boggles the mind. The different beings reported around the world also begs for a different explanation then the normal ones offered. What could the possible intentions of these creatures be? If you contend that these creatures are from another world than you ought to be able to postulate a guise....

What I am saying is that the belief in life on other worlds and the belief in ufo's as being extraterestial craft is unfounded and unprovible. I do think something something very strange is going on. One that defies our logic and normal thought processes. That is why I can't accept the normal explanation of other world visitors. I believe something far more complicated than that is occurring.....

By the way, I am sorry if I offended anyone...

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