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Posted in: Roswell UFO was Russian craft: new book See in context

Throughout our history, the most intelligent beings on Earth have expanded their domain across the Earth and now in to the cosmos. As we have traveled, we have discovered other species of varying levels of intelligence and communicative sophistication - and without exception sampled them as a source of protein, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals. Why would alien visitors be any different? Any species advanced enough to travel light years across space to visit is likely to view us the way we view squid - or if we're lucky, dolphins. Either way, we'd no longer be top of the food chain. This is one reason why I reckon the SETI project is a damned foolish idea.

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Posted in: Japanese version of 'Saturday Night Live' to debut in June See in context

alladin at 09:14 AM JST - 27th May This goes to show you that the Japanese people of today are equipped with no imagination at all. They are a country of copy cats jut like China and Korea.

You remind me of a guy I met years ago. He was bitching about the Southern All Stars "copy of Ray Charles' Ellie My Love".

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Posted in: Roswell UFO was Russian craft: new book See in context

the Roswell incident involved German technology.

A shred of truth amongst the conjecture? Given that the jets developed by both the Soviet Union and the United States immediately post war were based on German technology (it's no coincidence that the F-86 and MiG-15 look so similar) it's a fair bet that whatever prototype went down there "involved German technology".

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Posted in: Ford sees chance to woo Japanese buyers See in context

European Ford's products (S-Max, Focus, Fiesta etc.) are a perfect match for the Japanese market, but both Mr Tucker and his predecessor Randy Krieger are only interested in pushing overpriced, substandard and utterly inappropriate US market gas-guzzlers like the Explorer. Guys, take a look around. This ain't Kansas. Or maybe Tucker is right. Perhaps Tohoku's survivors really can't wait replace the 250,000 vehicles lost to the Tsunami (mostly mini-vans, kei cars and kei trucks BTW) with 5M Yen behemoths such as this. Perhaps.

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