you need to understand that some things that happened to Duane were not as strange as you think they are! and there "it" is, in a nutshell.
Ordinary vs. Extra-ordinary. The Cooper case (or people involved in it) wobble back and forth between these extremes regularly. Ive never seen anything like, except in cults - and that alone may define the situation.
I sometimes think the only thing that separates finding Cooper from all the other candidates is something quite ordinary (a couple of items of ordinary evidence). Problem is those missing links seem to encompass a whole universe! But the math has always said otherwise.
We argued this central point endlessly while Carr was here, everything revolved around it, andit still is the hub of all discussions.
We know all candidates to date are extra-ordianry. That alone segregates them to the bottom of the list?
(This post was edited by georger on Oct 14, 2012, 12:01 AM)
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