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The King is Dead, Long Live the Rex

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posted on Apr, 20 2012 @ 03:50 PM
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i]reply to post by karl 12
 

Karl12, thank you for the linked thread. I haven't seen it before. I will check it out. I do agree, he is an expert in some areas, just not that of the UFO.

Druscilla...


While agreed, there can be criticisms regarding anyone's attitude or perceived ego.

You are very right. And, I also agree with....


I'd even go so far as to postulate that he's being douchey about it on purpose, in an attempt to catalyze a retort in the community, to get that reply. Bland arguments don't inspire inspiration or participation.

Orkojoker's right, you are a breath of fresh air!

Hey I wanted to ask you, where did your old avatar go? It was wicked awesome!


Orkojoker...


slopping over with douche

I like that term. It seems to bring the right visual to mind aye? Dr. Michio's attitude and approach, I too, can appreciate a bit more than the alternative we were working with.

Bad storm is coming in. A lot of lightening. Gotta unplug my laptop, but if the good Lord's a willing, I will return!
TXML




posted on Apr, 20 2012 @ 04:57 PM
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Speaking of NARCAP, I recommend giving this report by their international technical specialist Dominique Weinstein a look.


This report presents the findings of a comprehensive review of 600 cases, over a period of sixty-four years in which pilots have reported the presence of one or more unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) during flight. In 443 cases (74%) these UAP are described as “objects” (42% circular-shaped) more than as point sources of light. In 162 cases (27%), the visual observation is confirmed by detection by ground and/or airborne radar. This report focusses more especially on 290 cases (48%) in which UAP have had (or could have had) an impact on flight safety. In 108 cases (37% of the 290 cases), pilots have estimated that the impact on flight safety was high enough for them to submit an official Airmiss/Airprox report.



 
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