I don't take any knowledge from clearly delusional perhaps bipolar ranters. I take it from clear thinkers who may be shunned for an out there
idea/theory but who put it across in an interesting and coherent manner. I'd have simply ignored this thread but I've seen the OP post the same thing
dozens of times across the board in any non related thread he deems fit for the past couple of months.
I wont post in this thread again as it's rubbish and needs to drop off the page (although I bet the OP keeps posting long winded youtube/pokemon card
filled replies long after people stop replying and pictures of sheep in reply to people who call him out)
edit on 22-4-2013 by macdad1 because: (no reason given)
Reports of missing persons have increased sixfold in the past 25 years, from roughly 150,000 in 1980 to about 900,000 this year. The increase was
driven in part by the country's growing population. But the numbers also indicate that law enforcement treats the cases more seriously now, including
those of marginalized citizens. An astounding 2,300 Americans are reported missing every day, including both adults and children. But only a tiny
fraction of those are stereotypical abductions or kidnappings by a stranger. For example, the federal government counted 840,279 missing persons
cases in 2001. All but about 50,000 were juveniles, classified as anyone younger than 18. The National Center for Missing Adults, based in Phoenix,
consistently tracks about 48,000 "active cases," says president Kym Pasqualini, although that number has been bumped up by nearly 11,000 reports of
persons missing after this year's hurricanes.
edit on 22-4-2013 by CrypticSouthpaw because: (no reason given)
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