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In view of the federal law (cited earlier) empowering NASA's
administrator to impound, without a hearing, anyone who touches
a UFO or its occupants. it would be inadvisable to make personal
contact unless you are willing to submit to NASA's quarantine
requirements, should the law be invoked.
For example, what
would be your course of action as an incident commander at the scene
of a school ground where a UFO has crashed into the boiler room,
rupturing a fuel line, and ignition has occurred in the spilling oil,
endangering the occupants of the craft who are trapped in the
wreckage? If your rescue attempts are successful, and two of the five
small alien creatures are injured but still alive, how do you dispose
of the dead and treat the survivors? How would the presence of
children on the school grounds affect your actions? What persons and
agencies would be notified?
Originally posted by ignorant_ape
the must compelling evidence against this crap , is to actually read it .
what have i learnt ? and am i now better equiped to deal with a " ufo " incident ?
Originally posted by The Coward
As for scanning the pages I would have to go and do that at my brother’s house. He has a scanner.
The book is not a hoax, and indeed it talks about lots of things about aliens and UFOs.
Originally posted by LoneGunMan
I am an EMT. I am emergency vehicle certified.
I have not seen or been told anything about UFO's or aliens. I am going to be out of town all next week so I will not have access to my station. When I get back though I will spend few days lookng up the Officers training guides.
Originally posted by TheMayor
Sorry, Coward, but this seems like an elaborate prank. And your soundtrack only made it funnier.