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July 17, 2013


Invisible alien probes “could already be” in our solar system

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)


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Since they are invisible, I thought I didn't see one yesterday, and I probably won't see one either today or tomorrow. Thus I have conclusive proof that they exist, because they technically don't.

Tonight, on Coast to Coast AM.....

Protect Uranus at all costs!

Yesterday, upon the stair,
I met a man who wasn’t there
He wasn’t there again today
I wish, I wish he’d go away...

At last a rational explanation for Michelle Bachmann.

The Alien Probes were visible when they opened for the ELO.

Considering there was a story here the other day about how they beamed up a Datsun, I don't think they're that smart.

Also the "I am not a witch" babe.

"The fact we haven't seen probes of this type makes it difficult to believe that probe building civilisations have existed in the Milky Way in the last few million years".

This, after saying "maybe the probes are 'invisible'"? Make up your mind, dude. Besides, space is big. Really big. It's not a stretch to think they just haven't dropped a probe in our flyspeck-of-a-neighborhood yet. Sheesh.

That's right watch those probes

I assume the French have surrendered?

I for one welcome our probe-building overlords.

Nope. My doctor says I don't get probed for two more years.

That's what they're worried about in Colorado. Now I understand.

Up to reading that, I was pretty sure it was the enchilada for dinner last night.

Or maybe they've been here all along and control everything that happens on Earth.

Or maybe the author and the "scientists" he quotes are aliens just trying to introduce themselves.

Or maybe...

I'm going to write my own article and call it news.

"There is no cause for alarm....return to your homes....there is no cause for alarm....return to your homes...."

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