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Post by Dale O Sea » 08-27-2012 11:35 PM

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Post by Riddick » 08-27-2012 11:46 PM

All this Mars rover talk made me think about the Monty Python sketch about the first intergalactic probe...

Planet Algon: The Final Economic Frontier?


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Post by rkelley » 08-28-2012 12:00 AM

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Post by Riddick » 08-28-2012 12:02 AM

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Post by Riddick » 08-28-2012 12:04 AM

Think I'll call it a night here too FFolks.

BCNU next time :)

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Post by Riddick » 06-22-2013 07:57 PM

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Anyone up for a chat?

Ahead of this week's SIT, I'm currently listening to a classic C2C show from 10/21/97 at U7Radio, with Art taking calls on the "Weird Person Line".

Feel free to drop in.

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Post by Riddick » 06-22-2013 08:11 PM

The SIT show's just started.

Art noted bad weather around the Denver satellite relay site may result in 'audio interruptus' during the program.

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Post by Riddick » 06-22-2013 08:36 PM

Would you believe tonight's SIT was on the original list of Art's Top 100 Programs?

You could order it on cassette tape back in 2000 for only $27.50... $37.20 today adjusted for inflation.

Listening to SIT is as good as money in the bank! :D ;)

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Post by Riddick » 06-22-2013 09:01 PM

Art on crop circles and extraterrestrials, excerpted from a 1999 MAXIM Magazine article:
  • I interviewed an airline pilot named Doug Ruby who found that if you take the image of crop circles and spin them, you begin to get three-dimensional information. I believe the circles are most likely extraterrestrial traffic markers or else are designs for the ships themselves. There are areas on earth that have magnetic anomalies; I think the Bermuda Triangle is one of seven or so areas on earth like that. Compasses spin and navigational systems go kafooey in those areas. Ships sink and planes go down. It's a matter of real science.
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    I can't say for sure who they are, but I do believe that there are extraterrestrials living on the earth in the form of humans. If there are greater civilizations out there and they're not observing us, then I believe that they're being irresponsible. If I were an alien observing us, I wouldn't be happy with what I see. I'm not going to give you a definitive answer on "Are you one of them? Are you working for the government?", because years ago I realized people automatically assume you're lying if you say no. So now when someone asks, I say, "Yes. I'm CIA with FBI connections."

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Post by Riddick » 06-22-2013 09:34 PM

Doug Ruby's overview of his book "The Gift: Crop Circles Deciphered"

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Post by Fan » 06-22-2013 10:58 PM

Riddick wrote: Would you believe tonight's SIT was on the original list of Art's Top 100 Programs?

You could order it on cassette tape back in 2000 for only .50... .20 today adjusted for inflation.

Listening to SIT is as good as money in the bank! :D ;)
I wonder how much of those recordings are on mp3 now.
The heartbreaking necessity of lying about reality and the heartbreaking impossibility of lying about it.

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Collusion? Russia? OMG!

Post by Riddick » 12-31-2017 02:50 AM

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08-25-2012 09:28 PM
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This week Art Bell - Somewhere in Time returns to 11/27/02, when Marcus Allen - the publisher of the U.K. edition of Nexus magazine discussed why he no longer believes man went to the Moon.
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It would appear that a lot of Allen's argument is based on the levels of radiation at and beyond the earth's Van Allen belt being such that he believes, based on what is known about the protections and precautions that were taken on manned moon missions, the astronauts still would not have survived.

Additionally, photographic film would also be rendered useless for the same reason.

Still, if true it seems to me that the level of conspiracy required to carry out a hoax of this magnitude would be enormous -

At the same time, I'm not saying it couldn't have been done. As Art said earlier so far as the government and the media are concerned, what we know about the technologies each have available, even at the time of the missions it's not at all unimaginable that they could have colluded to put America "over the top" in the space race against Russia... with a lot less work and at a whole lot less cost.

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