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Monday, 1 March 2004

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An Extraterrestrial URL?

It has been reported by many ISPs worldwide that they have acknowledged web requests from strange and unknown sources, which they say originate from extraterrestrial locations.

The controllers of the BBC's award-winning and well renowned website state they have had over 10 extraterrestrial requests, recorded over the past six months.

Scientists are said to be both baffled and excited by the concept that aliens may be surfing our internet.

No-one, as yet, has come up with any hard evidence to pin-point these extraterrestrial requests, but astronomers and computer-geeks are internationally bidding to find them out.

The most popular requests pertain to 'adult' and news resources found on the internet. It has also been reported that TheSpoof.com has also had some extraterrestrial visitors. It is strongly believed that one has signed up as a writer, but this is unconfirmed as yet.

Abductees have reared their heads to add "truth" to these internet claims, one red-neck believer claims, "I was abducted by thems aliens, theys gone done some real bad experiments on my person. Whens I was there I saw them pesky varmints gone looking on some websites."

Some have supposed that it may be inhabitants of the international space station whom recently installed a laptop computer with internet access, but no government official has yet announced this is the case.

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