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NASA scientists seeking ideas need look no further than the countless Web sites devoted to conspiracy theories and paranormal phenomena, more than a few of which presume that NASA knows the answer — and is covering it up.
"I can't wait to hear NASA explain this thing," one blogger wrote. "Isn't there some statement out there that straight lines in nature are impossible? Well, here are six."
Another hypothesized that the cloud "involves masonic black sun worship from all around the world. So whatever is happening here is possibly the energy fluctuations alien beings are toying with to influence our daily lives."
The military, at least, seems to have escaped blame this time: "Good thing it wasn't a pentagon," one contributor wrote on a conspiracy-theory-friendly Web site, "or there would be lot of freaked-out people."
What's the deal with mods bumping this thread over and over?
Slightly off topic, but I noticed Umbrax doing it, then 12m8keall2c.
Originally posted by spacedoubt
I wonder if the reporter is a member, or just a lurker?
Originally posted by WellSee
Thanks for all the applause/bumps.
I did not read through the whole Saturn Hexagon thread, I wonder if that third quote is in there or if someone knows where it is from.
Originally posted by niteboy82
I know what my AP English teacher would have done.