Case researched by Brian Vike Copyright 2003, Brian Vike

The story is real but the names in this report are fictitious for obvious reasons.

Pat – Driver of the car. Linda – Passenger and friend.

Date: July 31, 2003 (Thursday) Time: Between 1:00 a.m. & 2:00 a.m.

Monday, August 18, 2003 I received a telephone call from Pat who lives in Kelowna, British Columbia. The lady was very upset and had a hard time speaking of the event that took place with her and a close female friend of hers. She told me today that a friend had brought over a newspaper article which was run in the Kelowna Capital Newspaper. The headline read, “Seeking Witnesses to UFO” which showed up on August 15, 2003.
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Mars has come closer to Earth than it’s been at any time since 57,617 BC, when both early Homo sapiens and Neanderthals could look up at the sky and see it. Soon we’ll know the answer to the hottest Martian debate: Is there (or was there) water?and therefore life?on Mars?

Robert Roy Britt writes in that spacecraft sent to take a peek show that Mars has lots of frozen water. “It’s really a huge amount of ice,” says NASA researcher William Boynton.

There’s also evidence of liquid water flowing down Martian cliffs. Michael Malin, of Malin Space Science Systems, says, “This story, I don’t believe, will be answered until someone goes to one of these cliffs with a pick and shovel and digs into it.”
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Scientists are speculating about what will happen if the melting ice caps cause the Earth to change its tilt. Would life would still be possible if this happened? One way to find out is to study other planets with tilts that are greater than ours.

Penn State Astronomer Darren M. Williams says, “I suspect, based on simulations and our own solar system, that many Earth-like planets will have spin axes that are tipped more severely than Earth?s axis.” He used computer programs to create planets with no tilt and with tilts of 54, 70 and 85 degrees. Earth’s tilt today is about 23 degrees.
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Will we ever find Saddam’s weapons of mass destruction, so we can justify our invasion of Iraq? Now we’ve learned that those elusive WMDs may have been buried in Lebanon’s Bekaa Valley. However, the area is guarded by Iraqis, Iranians, Syrians and Hizbullah operatives, so we may never be able to get to them.
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