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Robert L. Sharp
1/5/2004 4:55:38 PM

Quote from Thomas Edison

I have been pondering this:

He said:" We don't know a millionth of a percent, about anything".

Robert L. Sharp

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1/9/2004 6:18:13 PM

Edison is absolutly right...we mock what we dont understand..I was one of the 5000 people in connecticut that saw the object one night in june of 93 on i-84 I'm open for anything now..in fact I thought i was losing my mind until i seen an episode on unsolved mysteries about the sighting and state police and people from al walks of life witnessed this phenomenom..and i was relieved that i was sane, but what do we do now that we know,( at least i do) that were not alone?

Robert L. Sharp
1/9/2004 6:40:33 PM

Hello:
Would you mind describing the object in more detail? I am very interested
in hearing your account, especially one that was witnessed by 5000 people.
The first thing you do when sighting an object like this is, your mind takes a
little while to catch up with reality. You really DO start to think that you might
be losing your mind. Once you decide you really did see it, your mind slowly
begins to precess this information. At first you are shocked, bewildered,
amazed, frightened, scared, and, maybe in total disbelief at what you saw.
Next, you start to accept the reality of it. The next thing you do is live with it.
But beware of the nay-sayers, debunkers and disbelievers, especially if you
try and relate to others what you saw. The non-believers will call you everything
from a lunatic, moron, wacko, nuts, disillusioned, drunkard, druggie, attention
seeker, dreamer, and any other adjective attached to a believer and witnesser.
I know, I have been there and done that, as they say.
By all means, try to research this object and read books or any other information
you can get your hands on, and compare what you saw to other accounts.
And to know we are not alone is the hardest part of it. After awhile you will
feel priviledged to have seen what you did, knowing this universe is not just
for us earthlings!
Thanks,
Robert

sam
1/10/2004 9:59:40 AM

go to close encounter on interstate 84 in your search engine....sam. if you post your e-mail i'll send you the link....and your right, after several years i feel privledged

chicken
5/13/2006 8:08:09 PM

It seems that the greatest people in history are some how connected to UFOs. Alexander Hamilton, Jimmy Carter, and Christopher Columbus all have seen them. Clyde Tombaugh, the guy who discovered Pluto even saw a flying saucer. E-Mail me at hanger18@zoomshare.com


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