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Thursday, March 29, 2012

Q&A: how do you say "alien abduction" in french?


Question by brooke c: how do you say "alien abduction" in french?
its for a project. anyone know? help appreciated


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Sex Shop Customer Freed From Handcuffs By Police

ORANGE, Conn. (AP) -- There's a new twist for police in Orange, Conn.: They've had to break a man out of handcuffs.



Assistant Chief Ed Koether tells the Connecticut Post newspaper that officers were called Thursday afternoon to an adult entertainment store in Orange, a town just west of New Haven. The man had been trying on the cuffs and locked himself in a pair.



Koether says shop employees couldn't get the man free and called the fire department and then police.



The cuffs were similar to the kind police officers carry. But Koether says the officers tried several keys that didn't work. The handcuffs had to be removed with bolt cutters.



Koether says he doesn't know if the man had to pay for the broken handcuffs.





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Contrails or chemtrails? That streak behind an aircraft in the sky - kjrh.com (blog)


kjrh.com (blog)

Contrails or chemtrails? That streak behind an aircraft in the sky
kjrh.com (blog)
When I show a sky photograph on Channel 2 with an aircraft's contrail scratched across the blue sky, I expect to see a few emails asking me about "chemtrails." Don't know what those are? Google it sometime and you'll be surprised at what you find.



chemtrails - Google News

Is it safe to dismiss The Society for Scientific Exploration and Robert V Gentry?


Question by Winston Smith: Is it safe to dismiss The Society for Scientific Exploration and Robert V Gentry?
I'm trying to slog my way through a video posted by a young-earther a little while ago: http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=8903287973124207940&ei=znTFScGOApzE-gHD6IHBCg&q=Dr+Robert+gentry&hl=en#

Gentry cites a paper that was published in the SSE's journal. But when I look at the SSE homepage, I see that they unabashedly study "unexplained phenomena", including UFOs. Should these people be taken seriously?
Also, although I know we're supposed to take Wikipedia with a grain of salt, the article there about the SSE points out that their panel includes only UFO believers, no UFO skeptics. Anyone know anything about this?


What do you think? Answer below!