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Re: 'The Roswell Crash: Startling New Evidence'

From: Robert Gates <RGates8254.nul>
Date: Sun, 17 Nov 2002 03:01:20 EST
Archived: Sun, 17 Nov 2002 06:10:02 -0500
Subject: Re: 'The Roswell Crash: Startling New Evidence'


>From: Royce J. Myers III - The UFO Watchdog <ufowatchdog.nul>
>To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <ufoupdates.nul>
>Date: Sat, 16 Nov 2002 06:38:16 -0800
>Subject: Re: 'The Roswell Crash: Startling New Evidence'

>>From: UFO UpDates - Toronto <ufoupdates.nul>
>>To: - UFO UpDates Subscribers -
>>Date: Sat, 16 Nov 2002 03:20:30 -0500
>>Subject: UFO UpDate: 'The Roswell Crash: Startling New Evidence'


>>Source: Reuters

>>http://reuters.com/news_article.jhtml?type=entertainmentnews&StoryID=
>1751094

>>Archeologists Look for UFO at Famed Roswell
>>Site
>
>>November 15, 2002 8:34 PM ET


>>By Zelie Pollon

>>ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico (Reuters) - In trying to unravel a
>>mystery that may involve the war of the worlds, cable TV's SCI
>>FI Channel has turned to a group of educated men and women
>>with shovels and set them loose on the southern New Mexico
>>desert.

><snip>

>There's no business like show business, like no business I
>know...

>I really am hoping that Sci-Fi won't take a wrecking ball to
>Ufology with their latest interest in UFOs.

>I'm not at all impressed, other than the GWU symposium, with
>what Sci-Fi has done to date. I'm sure that every commercial
>with the Roswell special will be for 'Taken'.

>What even bothers me more about the Roswell special and the
>announcement about yet another "smoking gun" and more witnesses
>is that Sci-Fi has chosen Don Schmitt as the voice of Roswell.

>If Sci-Fi had wanted to generate any credibility for Ufology,
>they would have done their home work on this one. We all know
>the first place those of the skeptical mind, and anyone with any
>common sense, will go: 'Why believe a proven liar?'... Wait,
>this guy lied about this case and his background.' Et al.

Royce, listers all,

Gee, you mean Sci/FI won't introduce DS as working for the post
office and disclose the storys that he lied/misrepresented
information to people? I am just shocked, shocked mind you...
:)

>So what's next for some Sci Fi UFO specials? Billy Meier?
>Jonathan Reed? Sean David Morton? Perhaps we'll be lucky enough
>to see Art Bell host something or maybe Jaime Maussan.

Hmm... Art Bell is retiring, so he could host a weekly TV show
and interview various people including alleged govt insiders who
will tell us stories of forth coming mass ET landings. You could
then have the Reed/Raith half hour, with the next half hour
topped off by Hoagland spilling the latest photo/information
that the government/private insiders have given him and the
final 5 minutes will be an Andy Rooney type commentary titled
"Meir moments.." :)

>You can have your cake and eat it too. You can also produce a
>very credible program that will produce ratings. Too bad it
>looks like Sci Fi won't be doing that. Perhaps I'm being just a
>bit judgemental at this point. I will, of course, be watching
>the special. We'll see what happens.

They may actually do something very respectable, at least that
is my hope. If it is respectable some skeptibunker will blather
about how it was put on by Sci/FI channel which is Science
Fiction etc etc.

>The Amazing Myers' Prediction: The usual week of a few media
>articles and then back to business as usual. At least if I'm
>wrong I'll have the excuse that I'm not a psychic.....

I agree with you on this prediction. I also would like to make
some predictions... and I hope I end up being wrong.

1) The special will leave more loose ends, i.e. after you have
watched 2 hours, and get bludgeoned with commercials on this or
that, you still will end up with more questions at the end of it
then you had at the beginning

2) Somebody that was interviewed for the show will wail about
how Sci/Fi did a slice and dice on the interview, and because of
that his/her remarks were misunderstood/misrepresented or
otherwise.

3) If the show concludes, or leads to the conclusion that it was
a space craft, the skeptibunkers will wail and cry about how
they should have been interviewed, how it is biased. They will
"likely" further blather about how if their hand picked
experts/archeologists/scientists could have examined the
discovery they would have arrived at a different conclusion.

4) Any "new" witness storys will be picked apart. If the story
is pro ET crash, then the story will be shredded by both the
mogelites and the skeptibunkers.

5) If it is pro space ship, and the archeological evidence comes
up with something, the skeptibunkers and others will somehow
someway find away to discredit either SCI/FI or the
archeologists or both.

6) Bottom line is that no amount of evidence presented will
_ever_ change a skeptibunkers mind.


Cheers,

Robert


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