Re: WE ARE NOT ALONE -- Petrified Blood Vessel Discovered by Mars Rover

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Jul 6, 2008, 6:31:19 AM7/6/08
On 5 Jul, 21:45, wrote:
> <
> Isn't it ironic that on Friday morning I posted a message
> about the astounding discovery of physical evidence
> of life on Mars, then the matter of physical proof of
> extraterrestrials receives significant attention on Larry King Live
> on Friday night.
> The well-done program concerned the sloppy,
> massive coverup of the UFO that crashed near
> Roswell, N.M., in 1947.
> The most fascinating segment cames when Frankie Rowe, an elderly
> woman, revealed what her father
> had told her shortly before he died.
> Her dad was was one of several firemen dispatched
> to the scene and told her they had found the lifeless
> bodies of several diminutive greenish aliens but
> also one still alive but seriously injured.
> Rowe said her father told her the extraterrestrial
> had communicated with him and two other firemen
> telephatically at the same time, informing them:
> "There's nothing you can do (to help me)."
> Rowe testified that her dad said the alien also told
> the three men: "We have been watching you for
> long time. Do not be afraid. We will not harm you."
> The program featured well-versed researchers
> concerning the government's Roswell coverup as well
> as the ridiculous antics of Bill Frye of the Skeptic
> Society, a Royal Sophisticated Know-Everything Assh*le.
> I was immensely surprised that Larry King had only
> ONE paid government [drunk] debunker on the show to debate
> the truth-tellers and honest researchers. And -- best of
> all -- he had the balls at one point to tell Frye to shut up when he
> tried to butt in when one of the other guests
> had the mike .
> See, miracles DO happen, even on TV talk shows.
> Congrats, Larry King and CNN, for a job well done.
> You're back in my good graces, Ol' Buddy.
> But when will you and CNN have the really garantuan testacles to have
> ME on your show debating a dozen of the world's "foremost" proponents
> of evolution? They can each bring one lawyer [under each arm!].
> Now here's the posting I posted only hours before
> 'Roswell" aired Friday night.
> <
> ===================================
> Lin Liangtai , an honest and courageous scientific
> investigator in Taipei, Taiwan, posted the following
> DYNAMITE message to the newsgroup.
> <
>   -- and we'll make sure that it gets it.
> <
> =========================
> =======================--=
> <
> Newsgroups:
> From: Lin Liangtai <>
> Date: Wed, 2 Jul 2008 23:13:53 -0700 (PDT)
> Local: Thurs, Jul 3 2008 2:13 am
> Subject: Ed's fossilized blood vessel found on Mars
> <
> NASA just released a micrograph showing a vessel-like object (Fig. 1)
> in the scoop of Phoenix Mars Lander.
> <
> That object closely resembles blood vessel remains
> found in a Carboniferous human calvarium fossil owned
> by Mr. Ed Conrad of Shenandoah, Pennsylvania (Fig. 2
> for comparison).
> <
> The amazing thing is these two fossils are wonderfully preserved for 3
> billion years and 300 million years, respectively. Who can do that?
> <
> Fig. 1:
> <
> Fig. 2:
> <
> ===========================
> <
> Lin Liangtai's intensive research performed on photos,
> etc., released by NASA, indicates that Mars definitely
> once had life.
> <
> And, based on remarkable photos that appear
> to reveal the remnants of handmade structures
> and possibly even cities, it must have included
> INTELLIGENT LIFE (something sorely lacking
> on Planet Earthling)..
> <
> Ed Conrad
> <
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[ Not only is our Treasury missing: where is Dr. Gripper?]
Dr. Gripper:
'This little toe went to market ... .'
You are such a sweetie!


Jul 6, 2008, 6:46:18 AM7/6/08


> > Acting President Rupiah Banda
> >  Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe
> >  Dr. Cyril Gripper President Rumbaba
>    [ Not only is our Treasury missing: where is Dr. Gripper?]
> ********************************************************************
> Dr. Gripper:
> 'This little toe went to market ... .'
> Priscilla:
> You are such a sweetie!
> --
> 'foolsruhin.'

POLITE NOTE: The whole point about Ed's stuff is that you quote it!
Data driven, yet rarely out of date, even in our fast-moving modern
world! Sure enough, he missed Rumaba: nobody's perfect!

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