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Paradigm Research Group: Timely Questions

September 14, 2010

Paradigm Research Group

Press Release – September 13, 2010 – Timely Questions

Washington, DC – PRG today released some more timely questions for consideration by the nation’s citizens, congressional members and political media.

Are you upset by this?

Check out this article on the CA gas explosion
If “yes”, then you should ask yourself the following questions?

Do you think these?

Run on this?

If your answer is “no”, then the following questions need to be posed to President Obama, the Secretary of Defense, and Secretary of Energy:

1)  does the United States Government have in its possession vehicles of extraterrestrial origin?

2)  if “yes”, has the United States Government for decades been studying the energy and propulsion physics of such vehicles?

3)  if “yes”, when will this technology be available to address the growing challenges facing the planet and the human race?

This press release is archived at:
http://www.paradigmresearchgroup.org/Press_Releases/Press_releases.html#9-13-10

Contact
Stephen Bassett
prg@paradigmresearchgroup.org
202-215-8344

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Here is the Marketwatch article on the California gas explosion:

California tragedy reveals danger, rarity of gas blasts

By Shawn Langlois, MarketWatch

http://www.marketwatch.com/story/blast-shows-dangers-scarcity-of-gas-explosions-2010-09-10

SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) — The natural-gas explosion that rocked a San Francisco suburb Thursday evening serves as a stark reminder of the dangers posed by the pressure cooker of pipelines crisscrossing the country.

The vast U.S. natural-gas network consists of more than 200,000 miles of interstate pipelines, another 85,000 miles for intrastate transmission and still another 40,000 miles of pipe to connect gas-extraction wells to processing facilities.


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One Comment leave one →
  1. September 15, 2010 5:27 am

    I have never heard of such a powerful natural gas explosion and the reports of people smelling gas for as much as a week before the explosion belies everything I know about how public utility companies handle this serious issue. Something really smells like rotten eggs and it isn’t the gas or the additive that they put into the gas to give its odor!!

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