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August 16, 2013


Calling it by a different name seems unlikely to accomplish much. Personally, I refer to them as streetlights, as in, "three streetlights photographed over London".

I find the whole UFO thing sad. It has stigmatized seeing lights in the sky by anyone with a reputation to lose. I proposed instead to call it Unidentified Atmospheric Phenomenon(UAP). Look at sprites and jets that it took forever to be verified.

Isn't that law around 20 years old?

Not necessarily. Michael Chrichton had that covered.

They'd have a problem proving the crime, even if someone claimed to have done so.

That sounds a lot like the relatively new Chinese law that forbids anyone to reincarnate without government permission. (That one was obviously aimed at Tibetan Buddhism and the Dalai Lama.)

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