"Peter Alaca" <p.alaca@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in news:45950178$0$9836
> benlizross <benlizro@xxxxxxxxxx > wrote:
>> Inger E.(Norah) wrote:
>>> "Matt Giwer" <jull43@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>>>> IE_Json wrote:
>>>>> "Matt Giwer" <jull43@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>>>>>> IE_Json wrote:
>>>>>>> 'Something will be found' isn't the same as 'something has been
>>>>>>> Agreed? And that's where my origin question partly is heading.
>>>>>> Then lets get off the dime and get where it is headed.
>>>>> Matt, please contact me personally for more information. Send it to
>>>> I only deal in public discourse.
>>> And since I am not allowed to speak of details or sharing photos and
>>> pre-reports in public in the cases I described, that's impossible
>>> for the moment.
>>> Inger E
>> And indeed, as of some time in 2007, "the moment" will have lasted for
>> _ten years_, during which time Inger has been under prohibitions of
>> every imaginable kind, preventing her from sharing with us all manner
>> of documents, photos, maps, reports, manuscripts, theses, and what
>> have you. All of which have in common the one fatal factor -- that
>> they would have provided evidence to support Inger's wild claims.
>> Universities, libraries, cranky old scholars (some of them dead), the
>> European Union itself, have seemingly all conspired to thwart Inger
>> in her attempts to provide normal references and documentation for
>> the astonishing things she has to tell us. We must remember to have a
>> Pause for Thought -- and perhaps a trans-global drink together --
>> when we approach the tenth anniversary of her amazing struggle,
>> against all odds, to document the impossible.
>> Ross Clark
> And when she shares her evidence by email, nobody ever
> remembers afterwards receiving anything like it. And of course
> then she can't send it again because she only has it on paper
> in a bad copy and she must instaal a scanner on her daughters
> computer, but her daughter is very busy now and Inger hase a
> sore knee. Or it is perhaps somewhere on an old disk in a box
> still unpacked after her moving house ten years ago, which is
> unreadable anyway because her computer can't display the
> characters. Or the website where she found it is off-line.
> And of course she has to check every piece of background
> information first, and ask permission from a professor, who
> possibly is dead for fifteen years because she hasn't heard
> from him lately. And of course it is only available in Swedish.
And after all that, it'll _still_ end up saying the opposite of whatever
David Johnson home.earthlink.net/~trolleyfan
"So many of you come time and time again to watch this final end of
everything which I think is really wonderful and then to return home to
your own eras and raise families and strive for new and better societies
and fight terrible wars for what you know is right, it gives one real
hope for the whole future of lifekind...
...Except of course we know it hasn't got one."