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kmarinas86

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The following is one, single, and independent case:<br /><br />Pictures and an explanation of the Event<br />http://www.ufoevidence.org/Other/ArielSchool/ArielSchool.htm<br /><br />The video<br />http://www.ufocasebook.com/Video/ruwa.ram<br /><br /><br />The Scientific Me<b></b>thod of problem solving <br /><br />State the problem - a problem can't be solved if it isn't understood. <br />Form a hypothesis - a possible solution, formed after gathering information about the problem. <br />Test the hypothesis - an experiment is an organized set of procedures performed to determine if the hypothesis solves the problem or not. <br />Draw conclusions - In it's simplest form, the conclusion will be "yes" the hypothesis was correct, or "no" the hypothesis was not correct. <br /><br />The problem is that there is not enough evidence readily available for a conclusion to be made. How do we obtain more evidence?<br />The intial stage of the hypothesis is that we must be clear on what evidence we have now. The following evidence consists of statements through which a specified truth is to be determined and accepted. The evidence is to be tested with further data, however, in this experiment, personal knowledge and beliefs play a key role in the collecting this data. The format of this data is due largely to the contributions of those involved in this experiment.<br /><li>The interviews have not been scripted.<li>Many, if not all 62, of the school children witnessed an event that does not occur during their usual day at school.<li>Many, if not all 62, of the children have feelings regarding the alleged encounter.<li>The encounter is alleged, however, a study through psychology indicates that the children remember with their own eyes, what they were seeing.<li>The chances the children who interviewed had mental deficiencies is to be</li></li></li></li></li>
 
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kmarinas86

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The following is one, single, and independent case:<br /><br />Pictures and an explanation of the Event<br />http://www.ufoevidence.org/Other/ArielSchool/ArielSchool.htm<br /><br />The video<br />http://www.ufocasebook.com/Video/ruwa.ram<br /><br /><br />The Scientific Me<b></b>thod of problem solving <br /><br />State the problem - a problem can't be solved if it isn't understood. <br />Form a hypothesis - a possible solution, formed after gathering information about the problem. <br />Test the hypothesis - an experiment is an organized set of procedures performed to determine if the hypothesis solves the problem or not. <br />Draw conclusions - In it's simplest form, the conclusion will be "yes" the hypothesis was correct, or "no" the hypothesis was not correct. <br /><br />The problem is that there is not enough evidence readily available for a conclusion to be made. How do we obtain more evidence?<br />The intial stage of the hypothesis is that we must be clear on what evidence we have now. The following evidence consists of statements through which a specified truth is to be determined and accepted. The evidence is to be tested with further data, however, in this experiment, personal knowledge and beliefs play a key role in the collecting this data. The format of this data is due largely to the contributions of those involved in this experiment.<br /><li>The interviews have not been scripted.<li>Many, if not all 62, of the school children witnessed an event that does not occur during their usual day at school.<li>Many, if not all 62, of the children have feelings regarding the alleged encounter.<li>The encounter is alleged, however, a study through psychology indicates that the children remember with their own eyes, what they were seeing.<li>The chances the children who interviewed had mental deficiencies is to be</li></li></li></li></li>
 
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kdavis007

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Well I saw the season premire of Sg1 and it looks good. Can't wait for the series premire of Stargate: Atlantis.
 
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kdavis007

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Well I saw the season premire of Sg1 and it looks good. Can't wait for the series premire of Stargate: Atlantis.
 
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canadian_joe

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Yeah it's going to be an interesting year for Stargate. It would be either really good, or really bad. Enjoyed the first episode but not sure if all of the changes are a good thing or not. <div class="Discussion_UserSignature"> </div>
 
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canadian_joe

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Yeah it's going to be an interesting year for Stargate. It would be either really good, or really bad. Enjoyed the first episode but not sure if all of the changes are a good thing or not. <div class="Discussion_UserSignature"> </div>
 
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redracer02

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That was cool. I don't know how I missed most of the replicator story. Looking forward to Friday!
 
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redracer02

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That was cool. I don't know how I missed most of the replicator story. Looking forward to Friday!
 
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gi_joe

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Hello,<br /><br />I recently watched the Nova broadcast about Galileo's life. One point they made was that Galileo became convinced that the Earth moved about the Sun because he observed the planet Venus going through phases. Nova implied that Galileo understood this as conclusive proof of the Earth's motion. I don't understand this.<br /><br />After some research on the net, I found other sites that said that Venus progressing through phases was "evidence for the fact that Earth moves about the Sun" but that it wasn't by any means conclusive.<br /><br />What I don't understand is why seeing Venus progress through phases would be such an amazing breakthrough. After all, the Earth's Moon goes through phases, and it goes around the Earth, as was assumed did all the other planets.<br /><br />I would think that seeing Venus go through phases would be exactly what Galileo would have expected to see. <br /><br />Can anyone explain this to me?<br /><br />Thanks much!
 
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gi_joe

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Hello,<br /><br />I recently watched the Nova broadcast about Galileo's life. One point they made was that Galileo became convinced that the Earth moved about the Sun because he observed the planet Venus going through phases. Nova implied that Galileo understood this as conclusive proof of the Earth's motion. I don't understand this.<br /><br />After some research on the net, I found other sites that said that Venus progressing through phases was "evidence for the fact that Earth moves about the Sun" but that it wasn't by any means conclusive.<br /><br />What I don't understand is why seeing Venus progress through phases would be such an amazing breakthrough. After all, the Earth's Moon goes through phases, and it goes around the Earth, as was assumed did all the other planets.<br /><br />I would think that seeing Venus go through phases would be exactly what Galileo would have expected to see. <br /><br />Can anyone explain this to me?<br /><br />Thanks much!
 
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alokmohan

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We never sa phases of venus .Galileo could see i because he had a telescope.Whether it is conclsive of heliocentric thory is doubtful.When galileo discovered four big moons ofjupiter then of course none doubted that earth isnot center of earth.
 
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alokmohan

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We never sa phases of venus .Galileo could see i because he had a telescope.Whether it is conclsive of heliocentric thory is doubtful.When galileo discovered four big moons ofjupiter then of course none doubted that earth isnot center of earth.
 
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kmarinas86

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Yo.... ya'll if no responds... I'll render this sightning undeniable, within "reasonable" bounds.
 
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kmarinas86

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Yo.... ya'll if no responds... I'll render this sightning undeniable, within "reasonable" bounds.
 
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skyeagle409

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kmarinas,<br /><br />I have heard of a similar encounter on the island of Negros, in the Philippines.
 
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skyeagle409

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kmarinas,<br /><br />I have heard of a similar encounter on the island of Negros, in the Philippines.
 
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davp99

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I Also thought the Premiere of SG1's 8th season was Great...Gee how many nail biters did they throw at Us...<br /><br />G'oulds showing Up...<br /><br />Human Replicators giving T'ealc and Carter Heartburn...<br /><br />O'Neal coming back to Life & Saving the Day once again....etc,,,<br /><br />Hopefully SG-Atlantis will carry on...<br /><img src="/images/icons/cool.gif" /> <div class="Discussion_UserSignature"> <font size="4">Dave..</font> </div>
 
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davp99

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I Also thought the Premiere of SG1's 8th season was Great...Gee how many nail biters did they throw at Us...<br /><br />G'oulds showing Up...<br /><br />Human Replicators giving T'ealc and Carter Heartburn...<br /><br />O'Neal coming back to Life & Saving the Day once again....etc,,,<br /><br />Hopefully SG-Atlantis will carry on...<br /><img src="/images/icons/cool.gif" /> <div class="Discussion_UserSignature"> <font size="4">Dave..</font> </div>
 
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Leovinus

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How about this: When Venus is a crescent, it has a large diameter. When it is more full, it has a small diameter. This is different than the Moon which maintains the same diameter. One could then conclude that Venus was not orbiting the Earth which would maintain a constant diameter; rather it must be orbiting the source of light (Sun). <div class="Discussion_UserSignature"> </div>
 
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Leovinus

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How about this: When Venus is a crescent, it has a large diameter. When it is more full, it has a small diameter. This is different than the Moon which maintains the same diameter. One could then conclude that Venus was not orbiting the Earth which would maintain a constant diameter; rather it must be orbiting the source of light (Sun). <div class="Discussion_UserSignature"> </div>
 
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canadian_joe

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Grrr I don't get sci-fi channel here. Thank god for the internet!<br /> <div class="Discussion_UserSignature"> </div>
 
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