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    If we assume that Moore and/or Doty had some involvement, it doesn't really matter anymore. It was a hoax then, and a hoax now.
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    Ian reacted to USI Calgary's post in the thread April 21, 2019 — Irena Scott Ph.D. with Like Like.
    From my perspective it isn't a matter of blame. It's just some friendly suggestions that might improve @Ian's experience. When I made more of an effort to listen to her story, it helped me overlook the relatively dry delivery. If my suggestion...
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    Ian replied to the thread April 21, 2019 — Irena Scott Ph.D..
    Maybe it's just me, but I found this episode really hard work to listen to. It didn't flow at all well as was evident by your and Gene's attempts to steer it back on track. I'm sure you guys appreciate feedback, even when it's not entirely...
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    Ian replied to the thread April 21, 2019 — Irena Scott Ph.D..
    Really? I found this episode ponderous and evidence free, despite you guys desperately trying to drag it along. One of the few episodes saved by the usually intrusive commercial breaks! I guess her witting is more inspirational...
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    While I'm sure that strange things happen, and that people do experience them, I'm also certain that their interpretation of them is not always accurate. Were a planet sized object get close enough to Earth to drag our atmosphere, or even be seen...
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    Nibiru/Planet X spotters are mostly sincere, but just don't realise that an astronomical object would (even if not visible to the naked eye) be seen by thousands of amateur astronomers, who all spend much time looking for and would confirm any...
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    Same old, same old then. Oh dear. Thanks anyway.

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