From: Tim Shell <tshell.nul> Date: Wed, 04 Feb 2004 08:23:26 -0600 Fwd Date: Wed, 04 Feb 2004 09:34:25 -0500 Subject: Re: Review Of 'Sight Unseen' By Hopkins & Rainey - >From: Larry Hatch <larryhatch.nul> >To: ufoupdates.nul >Date: Tue, 03 Feb 2004 13:57:24 -0800 >Subject: Re: Review Of 'Sight Unseen' By Hopkins & Rainey >After any anomalous event, missing time say, check all 3 >watches and log the indicated times. Then at least there is >something to play with, something more solid than conjecture. Now we're talking workable data! I think it might also be a good idea to run it double-blind. That is, have somebody other than the abductee keep track of the watches and actually hide them so they can't be tampered with. It may help eliminate the problem of the abductee unknowningly resetting the watches while the demons are poking around in their heads. It may even prevent the demons from resetting the watches themselves, since they would be unable to find out the location of the watches from the abductee's mind. Might also want to try equipping an abductee with a miniature wireless camera -- also relatively inexpensive these days. Rig it so it can't be shut off, and then attach it to the abductee in some way that would make it difficult to remove. Maybe something will show up when they're shifted out of normal spacetime. If we can't directly get data from these experiences because they're outside our confined view of reality, at least we can try to gather indirect data that we can understand. Neither of the experiments above may work, not all hypotheses pan out, but at least it begins to approach some kind of scientific examination. Establish a hypothesis ->devise a test ->review the data ->revise the hypothesis ->repeat as necessary. I'm not crazy about the idea of using abductees as bait, but you can't make an omlette.....
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