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Offline DaveMorton
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Isn't the "Daily Fail" one of  those shining examples of Yellow Journalism at it's worst? Reminds me of our own National Enquirer, TBH. Anyone with even the smallest lick of sense should be able to see that the phenomenon is nothing more than a lens flare, coupled with a distorted reflection of something in the distance.

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I'm afraid I'm the one without even the smallest lick of sense. Sad


Posted September 29, 2012, 13:17:40 PM Logged

Offline Art
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It's likely a lenticular cloud...nothing more.

Face it, if there were alien travelers, earth would be the LAST place they'd want to visit!!

What would we appear to them? Like babling infants? Pets? Two legged animals unable to think telepathically or understand their language? If they were intelligent enough to build a vessle to travel through space to here, we'd likely be so primitive we'd seem more removed than chimps to them. (maybe...who knows...) Maybe we're just a forgotten experiment from ages ago. Shocked scratch-head

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Offline DD1975
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As evidenced by the comment that the report found that the inhabitants of Jacksonville said "WOW" a lot Art?  Cheesy

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A bit better than Ugh!! Grin

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Much better than Ugh!!!  lol

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Offline DaveMorton
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It still leaves me with the impression that they move their lips when they read.

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