Sorry for polluting this stuff here.
Among Believers at the International UFO Congress, by Joe Schoenmann for Las Vegas Weekly. This part is interesting:
The [Russian] military men revealed that the UFOs became so common around Russian nuclear facilities that they had developed a "conditional relationship" with the craft: They knew that all they'd have to do was move or fiddle with a nuke and the UFOs would appear.
Doesn't that indicate UFOs may be radiation-induced hallucinations?
Meanwhile, N2H2 has the library filtering trial closed to the public. The interesting part:
Geoffrey Nunberg, a linguistics researcher at Stanford University, was in the middle of testifying about how it was impossible for any filtering software to do a competent job of smut-sorting.
Gee, what a surprise.