The thing that kills me - is how "debunking" links, articles, scientific opinions - is exactly no different than links, articles, scientific opinions - that prove a conspiracy.
It all depends on what side of the argument you're on - as to which side you're going to point and laugh at.
That said - I think one side requires a whole lot more belief in events that are "one in a million" odds...than the other.
And some food for thought (along the same lines as Roberts' article):
From September 2000, to June 2001 NORAD scrambled fighter jets 67 times - including times where small private planes wandered near white house's restricted air space. Each of those 67 times, jets were successful in reaching their target, and re-routing the wayward plane.
Sex Panther -
Said to work 60% of the time....every time!