posted on Jul, 2 2009 @ 10:37 PM
Hey now... I didn't say that it was a cluster of worms, but that is what the experts are reporting. Posters are going back and forth
over what these organisms are, we had people posting questions as to what the authorities make them out to be, and many references and links to
All I did was post a link to a news group which has a statement from those who would be in the know... I am certain that, given a couple days, there
will be additional sites which proclaim these organisms as being something else. Once that happens, most of the posters on this thread will exclaim
praise, or perhaps more criticism, concerning the research or authority of those statements.
Apparently, this is a no win situation, with no respect to those who have studied or examined these types of creatures... unless, of course, someone
from ATS states "why yes, with my 20 years of biology, I can honestly say..." or "I just received word from my HIGH LEVEL friend who works - who
says that his supervisors arn't allowed to release information about this creature because..." Naturally, when those posts begin to arrive, it'll
An argument could be made by saying that this organism doesn't look like x or doesn't even come close to looking like y. Then again,
does that mean that, because no one has been able to show a person that looks and acts exactly like me (or you), that I (or you) might be an unknown
To have new species discovered in jungles, oceans, or isolated islands is to be expected. But to have something new and unheard of discovered in a
man-made sewer system where there isn't levels of contamination is a pretty large mental leap; now, before the nay sayers ripe apart the
contamination thing... look at the surrounding environment. Are there massive birth defects within this area? Area there numerous accounts of
unexplained fatalities? What is the eco-system like? Surely, if there is something seeping into a concrete sewer pipeline, reasoning should show
that the same stuff is also seeping into the water supply or into the plant life.
Do I think it's a cluster of worms? No, not at all... seems more jelly-like to me, when one considers the way the sides along the wall retract.
But to immediately take sides by saying that this is an unknown species is just plain ignorant, especially when one doesn't research or try to
learn. Never leap to conclusions, always try to learn and discover for yourself first. If information comes your way which goes against what you
have learned, make a point / counter point... but look at things from all sides, all angles.
Never be a sheep following the herd, and never be gullible.