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3186Re: Fw: TMP News: China sees UFOs and Calls it Science, not Superstition

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  • Zhao
    Jan 11, 2000
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      Jeroen Kumeling wrote:

      > -----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
      > Van: Paul Anderson - TMP / CPR-Canada <psa@...>
      > Aan: psa@... <psa@...>
      > Datum: donderdag 6 januari 2000 7:35
      > Onderwerp: TMP News: China sees UFOs and Calls it Science, not Superstition
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      > |TMP NEWS
      > |The E-News Service of The Millennium Project
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      > |
      > |January 5, 2000
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      > |China sees UFOs and Calls it Science, not Superstition
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      > |Updated 12:43 AM ET January 2, 2000
      > |
      > |By CHARLES HUTZLER, Associated Press Writer
      > |
      > |PUSALU VILLAGE, China (AP) - Poor farmers in Beijing's barren hills saw it:
      > |an object swathed in colored light that some say must have been a UFO.
      > |
      > |They're not alone. People in 12 other Chinese cities reported possible UFO
      > |sightings last month. UFO researchers, meanwhile, were busy looking into
      > |claims of an alien abduction in Beijing.
      > |
      > |At the cusp of the new millennium, China is astir with sightings of
      > |otherworldly visitors. And for a country usually straightjacketed by its
      > |communist rulers, alien sightings are getting serious treatment.
      > |
      > |China has a bimonthly magazine - circulation 400,000 - devoted to UFO
      > |research. The conservative state-run media report UFO sightings. UFO buffs
      > |claim support from eminent scientists and liaisons with the secretive
      > |military, giving their work a scientific sheen of respectability.
      > |
      > |"Some of these sightings are real, some are fake and with others it's
      > |unclear," said Shen Shituan, a rocket scientist, president of Beijing
      > |Aerospace University and honorary director of the China UFO Research
      > |Association. "All these phenomena are worth researching."
      > |
      > |For thousands of years, Chinese have looked to the skies for portents of
      > |change on Earth. While China is passing through its first millennium using
      > |the West's Gregorian calendar, the traditional lunar calendar is ushering
      > |in the Year of the Dragon, regarded as time of tumultuous change.
      > |
      > |"All of that sort of millennial fear and trepidation fits in so nicely with
      > |Chinese cosmology - and also the Hollywood propaganda that everybody's been
      > |lapping up," said Geremie Barme, a Chinese culture watcher at Australia
      > |National University.
      > |
      > |In Pusalu, a patch of struggling corn and bean farms 30 miles (48
      > |kilometers) from Beijing, villagers believe cosmic forces were at play on
      > |Dec. 11. As they tell it, an object the size of a person shimmering with
      > |golden light moved slowly up into the sky from the surrounding arid
      > |mountains.
      > |
      > |"Some say it was caused by an earthquake. Some say it was a UFO. Some say
      > |it was a ray of Buddha. I'm telling everyone to call it an auspicious
      > |sign," said Chen Jianwen, village secretary for the officially atheistic
      > |Communist Party.
      > |
      > |What "it" was remains a topic of debate. Many villagers are fervent
      > |Buddhists. But local leaders want to play down any religious overtones,
      > |fearing that government censure may spoil plans to attract tourism to
      > |Pusalu.
      > |
      > |"It was so beautiful, sort of yellow," villager Wang Cunqiao said. "It was
      > |like someone flying up to heaven."
      >
      > |"If the military didn't chase it, it's because they knew it wasn't a UFO.
      > |They were probably testing a new aircraft," said Chen Yanchun, a shipping
      > |company executive who helps manage the China UFO Research Resource Center.
      > |
      > |Operating from a dingy three-room flat in a Beijing apartment block, the
      > |Resource Center keeps a version of China's X-Files: 140 dictionary-sized
      > |boxes of fading newspaper clippings and eyewitness accounts of sightings.
      > |The collection has, among others items, accounts that the military
      > |scrambled planes in 1998 in unsuccessful pursuit of a UFO.
      > |
      > |Chen said the center had 500 reported UFO sightings in 1999, but after
      > |investigation confirmed cases will likely number 200 or so.
      > |
      > |

      Last year later, Many china cities found ufo above their sky. But not long before, the state tv station prove the most of them are
      aeroplane flying. Especially the object viewed above the Bejing sky. The presser shoot the track
      in Bejing and playback on tv. We all see this program. In fact, the ufo couldn't often occur at the same position.( observer always
      observe the object at same position and at almost same times.)

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