Date: 4/8/00 11:45:37 PM Pacific Daylight Time
I just wanted to drop you a note to say that I actually enjoy clicking through on some of your banner ads. I live in rural Idaho and the NY times is one I particularly like. I would have never thought of going there before but the stories are pretty cool and much more diverse than the local fare.
Thank You, Laurie
Date: 4/6/00 11:54:46 AM Pacific Daylight Time
What a blast! Detector went off scale and blew safty fuse in antenna. Will be interesting to see what happens seismic wise during next 24 hours. Charlie Plyler ELFRAD
TRIANGLES: 4/5/00 11:06 C2
EDITOR: The more I gawk at this sun stuff the more I think that the Cosmos is alive, like looking in a microsope at protozoa or white blood cells attacking a bacteria.
Date: 4/5/00 12:31:45 PM Pacific Daylight Time
Let's see the folks at SOHO/LASCO call these 2 anomalous objects Cosmic Rays !! I offer no speculation on this one.
This composited image proves that the 2 anomalous objects image highlighted in the previous (1st) image enhancement are not cosmic rays. Cosmic rays are not spherical, and they certainly don't cloister or suddenly accelerate.
Gotcha SOHO/LASCO !
Some of the live human subjects were in cages on the ground and some in balloons. One of these human test balloons came down in Roswell, N.M. in 1947.
What NASA doesnt want you to see is that I have been trying to signal you all with the sunspots by making them pulse in numerical patterns which could only be explained in terms of some sort of higher intelligence. They also do not want you to see our ships. ANGEL CAMAEL
We explored in our ship and found a lot of planets were evil so we subdued them. This planet was a garden, my garden . . . We all were thrown down here as punishment because we socialized with the angels of darkness when they came to our ship . . . If any of you think of coming near me now I will cut up the Sun! CAMAEL
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