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Re: 'The Roswell Crash: Startling New Evidence'

From: Bruce Hutchinson <bhutch.nul>
Date: Mon, 18 Nov 2002 16:39:25 -500
Archived: Mon, 18 Nov 2002 06:17:04 -0500
Subject: Re: 'The Roswell Crash: Startling New Evidence'


>From: Robert Gates <RGates8254.nul>
>To: ufoupdates.nul
>Date: Sun, 17 Nov 2002 03:01:20 EST
>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'

>>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

Most of the bludgeoning will be done by ads for Spielburg's new
film. That there will be piles of loose ends is a given.

>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.

OTOH, if the show concludes that the Roswell Crash was just a
case of mis-identification, then the saucer advocates 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.

OTOH, if the story is against an ET crash, then the story will
be shredded by both the Roswellites and ET/UFO advocates.

>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.

OTOH.... (Well, you get the idea <gr> )

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

Well- if the archeological evidence shows conclusively that
Marcel found Flight #4, how many ET crash advocates will change
_their_ minds?


Regards,

Bruce Hutchinson


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