"Abductions" DO NOT exist :scientists should fight this crap,like Carl Sagan did

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Wed Apr 22 11:01:07 EST 1998

"Tom Ray" <Tomeleven at aol.com> wrote:

>Jim Hunter <jim.hunter at REMOVE_TO_EMAIL.jhuapl.edu> wrote in article
><353AC79F.62B6 at REMOVE_TO_EMAIL.jhuapl.edu>...
>Patanîe Pongpâ wrote:
> > 
> > Le Vendredi 17 Avril 1998 16:03:15 -04 du Méridien, Jim Hunter
> > <jim.hunter at jhuapl.edu> vous écrivîtes:
> > >
> > >Everybody that I know of has lucid dreams once in while.
> > >The whole point of being an intelligent dreamer is to
> > >wake up and say, "that was a good dream"!!
>But what if MANYpeople who don't know each other "dream" of the SAME thing
>with the SAME details?  <snip>

The same thing with the same details?


Dan Wright of MUFON broke down the abductees claims.

54% of the female subjects reported being subjected to some
sort of gynecological procedure.  Of these 19% reported
having a fetus aborted while 7% reported having an embryo
implanted.  Nearly one third reported having ova or tissue
removed.  46% reported the aliens had no interest in this.

32% of the male subjects reported having sperm extracted, or
implied that it had occured.  More than 2/3 of the men
reported no such thing.
(Maybe the failed the ET test for quality?)

4% of the females reported being forced to engage in sexual
intercourse with ETs.  (One of them reported that it was
done by a short greenish-brown reptile who tried to arouse
her with its claw.  One male reported being forced to engage
in sex with another male abductee.

11% of the females reported that they had breast fed a
hybrid baby, even though none had been lactating at that

Most of the people had been subjected to hypnosis.  A study
commission by the Royal College of Psychiatrists published
in the April edition of the British Journal of Psychiatry
states that "any memory recovered through hynopsis, dream
interpretation, or regression therapy is almost certainly

Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes,
our inclinations, or the dictates of our passions, they cannot
alter the state of facts and evidence.

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