posted on Apr, 21 2006 @ 12:14 PM
I'm aware of all the conventional objections aimed at Julien, like what snafu says about his not being qualified for the task of calculating orbits,
as the BadAstronomy website suggests (www.badastronomy.com)...
"(...) [he] says he has tracked (using "NASA simulations" which means he went on the web and poked around with orbital simulators) a fragment of a
..but that's only part of the story: he claims to have access to ET sources that gave him the May 25 date for the collision. You either believe in
the ET presence here on Earth, and maybe in other levels of reality, or you don't, but even if you do, you can choose not to trust Julien, either
because you think he's an impostor, or psychotic, or because you suspect that his ET acquaintances are of the malevolent sort and are feeding him
with disinformation. If you believe the latter, then you can choose to believe that he's a collaborator, or that he's unaware of the fact that
he's being used as a disseminator of false information. In the former case etc. etc. etc.
To be discontinued