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All We Know ( Public Civilians ) is that these Object's did exist in the late 40s , 50s 60s 70s
It all in the Question if they are Earthen Man Made , or E.T. Made
More Likely the Former .. ( Man Made ) as most would want too Believe..
The N.S.A. had ET's in Mind , for the Reason "NOT" to interfere nor use use another Country for Reference as an Enemy or Spying on for a Blame ..
originally posted by: DJW001
a reply to: Wolfenz
What, exactly, are you confused about? The article is headed "Unclassified," which means it can be reprinted publicly. The extra-terrestrial intelligences in these homework exercises are about as real as the two trains leaving two different stations at two different speeds in the classic "word problem."
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