Toyotas and UFOs

March 9, 2010

You can’t argue with the logic! Via a friend, from www.theautochannel.com/news/2010/03/07/468254.html

Toyota’s Acceleration Problems Prove the Existence

of UFOs and Extraterrestrial Visitations

By Marc J. Rauch
Exec. Vice President/Co-Publisher

Congress, the general media, what seems like the entire legal profession, and the public-at large are convinced that Toyota automobiles are all subject to “sudden unintended acceleration” and are hazardous to drive. They are convinced to the point that any other explanation is now open to ridicule, including the completely preposterous idea that drivers could be at fault the reported incidents.

The evidence that has allowed the truth about Toyotas to become revealed are the few hundred anecdotal reports from drivers, one heartbreaking 911 phone call report involving a police officer, and one in-the-lab test conducted under un-natural conditions. Armed with this information dozens, if not hundreds of lawsuits have already been filed against Toyota. Congress has put aside other issues to conduct hearings, and the U.S. Secretary of Transportation has decreed that people should not drive their Toyota vehicles*.

The purpose of this article is not to judge the validity of the Toyota SUA stories and claims, or to contradict Ray LaHood’s no-drive mandate. In fact, being a believer in extraterrestrial civilizations and visitations, I rather like the certainty that can determined from overall Toyota finding.

Consequently, since the above mentioned body of evidence is sufficient to prove that Toyota vehicles are at fault, then consider what the enormous weight of UFO evidence tells us.

There isn’t one report from a police officer about UFOs, there are hundreds, if not thousands. And these are supported by hundreds, maybe thousands more eye-witness reports from other trustworthy responsible people like pilots, firemen, teachers, doctors, astronauts, governors and at least one president. Then we have the dozens/hundreds/thousands of unexplained pieces of hard evidence that range from radar confirmations to physical scarring on humans. And, of course, there’s Velcro, the mystery fastener invention that we all know is one of the few technological innovations that we have harvested from our recovery of the dead alien bodies at Roswell.

So c’mon, shouldn’t Obama be giving a press conference this week to come clean about the whole UFO deal?

* Yeah, I know that LaHood recanted his statement, but you know he only did it because he was pressured to do so. You don’t think a man of his qualifications would have issued such a strong decree like that in the first place if he wasn’t absolutely certain of the facts, do you?

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No, this is not an article about Frank Sinatra!

A retired US Air Force Major named George Filer, Eastern Region Director for MUFON (the Mutual UFO Network), sends out an email newsletter that includes brief descriptions, usually with photos, of purported UFO sightings, by state and around the world. [To sign up for Filer’s Files, go to http://nwufoex.com/lists/?p=subscribe. It’s free but he requests donations to help with the costs, and I have begun sending a little money once a year.]

At the head of those reports, Filer often includes a topical piece. This one is a doorway into all sorts of controversies, including UFOs, official history, human-divine interaction, evolution, etc., etc.

Now, the mythology of science states that it examines with an open mind. But anyone who has had personal experience of any of the realities condemned by “official” science knows better. It has taken decades to get official science to examine evidence for ESP,  distant healing, after-death communication, etc.

Finally, we’re seeing cracks in the official wall of denial. On the subject of UFOs, it looks like we’re seeing the same thing happening. So — on to harder subjects, and the subject of creation  is one of them. A very scientific friend of mine cannot see his own bigotry on the subject of creationism:  he assumes that the creationist position is so ridiculous that he needn’t examine it — which strikes me as a curious sort of scientific method!

Anyway, as I say, on to harder subjects. The article’s headline, “Do Blue Eyes Prove Intelligent Design?”, may seem to be a joke, but isn’t. The email he sent included illustrations not reproduced here.

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