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originally posted by: schuyler
In seventy years, from 1947 until 2017, that's what we've got. Unfortunately, that's all we've got. [...] OK. I take it seriously. Now what?
originally posted by: tabularosa
That the truth is not shared with us, the general population, does not make it less real.
originally posted by: moebius
a reply to: jeep3r
I find this extreme appeal to authority among UFO believers rather hilarious.
When anyone confirming your beliefs suddenly becomes an extremely credible witness, and anyone with some status even more so...
even Pope used his theories in at least one occasion
originally posted by: humanoidlord
some good people there but also a few weeds ( jesse marcel,john mack, leslie kean,stanton friedman,nick pope)
Samples of soil, which was said to have a profound water repellant nature from within the ring were sent for analysis and stored in a number of laboratories. Another witness also came forward, a Lester Ensbarger from Minneapolis, who advised Deputy Sheriff Leonard Simpson that at 7.30 pm the same night, he saw a bright light descending in the sky in Delphos. According to website ufocasebook.com: "The experience of Ron Johnson is still considered as one of the best documented 'ground trace' UFO cases of the past century, and is still unexplainable by any conventional or earthly means." Dr Faruk, who admits to a lifelong interest in the UFO phenomenon, focussed his work on investigating the chemical make up of the soil from the ring. He was able to obtain some of the stored solid after requesting it while based at Nottingham University.