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

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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.
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The well-done program concerned the sloppy,
massive coverup of the UFO that crashed near
Roswell, N.M., in 1947.
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The most fascinating segment cames when Frankie Rowe, an elderly
woman, revealed what her father
had told her shortly before he died.
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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.
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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)."
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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."
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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.
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I was immensely surprised that Larry King had only
ONE paid government 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 .
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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.
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Now here's the posting I posted only hours before
'Roswell" aired Friday night.
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Lin Liangtai , an honest and courageous scientific
investigator in Taipei, Taiwan, posted the following
DYNAMITE message to the sci.med newsgroup.
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IT DESERVES A LOT MORE ATTENTION
-- and we'll make sure that it gets it.
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=========================
THE POSTING BY LIN LIANGTAI
=======================--=
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Newsgroups: sci.med
From: Lin Liangtai <lin440...@yahoo.com.tw>
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
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NASA just released a micrograph showing a vessel-like object (Fig. 1)
in the scoop of Phoenix Mars Lander.
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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).
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The amazing thing is these two fossils are wonderfully preserved for 3
billion years and 300 million years, respectively. Who can do that?
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Fig. 1:
http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/phoenix/images/press/RAC_SSI_PR_Sol26_v7.html
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Fig. 2:
http://www.wretch.cc/album/show.php?i=lin440315&b=19&f=1328514833&p=36
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===========================
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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
http://www.edconrad.com
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foolsrushin.

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> 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!].
> Fig. 1:http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/phoenix/images/press/RAC_SSI_PR_Sol...

> <
> Fig. 2:http://www.wretch.cc/album/show.php?i=lin440315&b=19&f=1328514833&p=36
> <
> ===========================
> <
> 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 Conradhttp://www.edconrad.com
> 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.'

foolsrushin.

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Jul 6, 2008, 6:46:18 AM7/6/08
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[Snip.]

> > 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!
--
'foolsrushin.'

John Husvar

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> 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.
> <

How nice.

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