Date: Fri, 2 Feb 2001 14:51:48 -0800
Reply-To: Ray Angell <angellr@UCS.ORST.EDU>
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From: Ray Angell <angellr@UCS.ORST.EDU>
Organization: Network for Education and Research in Oregon
Subject: Re: Lawn Chair Man Walters
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Yes, and here's another link (do a google search, its amazing).
Have a great weekend!
Eastern Oregon Ag. Research Center
> Apparently there is some truth to this after all:
> Charles Patridge
> In article <3A7B08A8.53FC3588@de.state.az.us>,
> "Stanley A. Gorodenski" <vvgsgor@DE.STATE.AZ.US> wrote:
> > After reading the article, and thinking about it some more, I am
> > beginning to doubt this is a true story. Consider the maximum
> > such an object could be at and still be able to distinguish it as a
> > person on a lawn chair - with a gun. Maybe no more than 4-5 city
> > blocks? A plane at 16,000 feet would litterally zip by so fast at
> > close range that the pilot could not possibly see this kind of detail.
> > Also, the after turbulance of the plane passing so close could
> > tear apart the balloons and everything.
> > Stan
> Charles Patridge - PDPC, Ltd.
> 172 Monce Road - Burlington, CT 06013 USA
> Phone: 860-673-9278 or 860-675-9026
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