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Re:Thoughts on NASA/Cooper

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  • wsmith51@aol.com
    In a message dated 10/02/2000 6:53:55 AM Pacific Daylight Time, horizon@horizon.worldonline.co.uk writes:
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      In a message dated 10/02/2000 6:53:55 AM Pacific Daylight Time,
      horizon@... writes:

      << In an exclusive interview with SPACE.com, NASA's former chief photo
      analyst,
      Richard Underwood, confirmed the existence of the experiment but remembered
      details about it in a very different way than Cooper did. >>

      This would be typical coming from NASA which is supposed to be private agency
      but actually under the direct control of the Federal government. It would
      then seem logical to believe that NASA would take the typical government
      position of denial, and then take steps to debunk Cooper, just like they did
      J. Allen Hyneck(spelling), when he came forth and said that not all UFO's are
      stars, planets, etc., and something is invading earth's airspace.

      Sandy Nichols
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