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Re: State Of Ufology - Kaeser

From: Steven Kaeser <steve.nul>
Date: Sun, 8 Feb 2004 14:21:16 -0500
Fwd Date: Mon, 09 Feb 2004 11:55:14 -0500
Subject: Re: State Of Ufology - Kaeser

>From: Ray Dickenson <editor.nul>
>To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <ufoupdates.nul>
>Date: Sun, 08 Feb 2004 00:38:09 +0000
>Subject: Re: State Of Ufology


>Some've misunderstood (maybe) "Perceptions" stance on UFOs and
>other phenomena.

>I'm no Ufologist and no policeman, mediaman, psychologist,
>medic, taxman, bureaucrat or lawyer either, but, by standing
>back from nit-picking arguments on primary data (anyway always
>controlled by those in "power"), "Perceptions" has drawn
>conclusions & successfully forecast large-scale national
>corruption and deceptions amongst _all_ those groups. (see
>"perceptions + tax" or "laworjustice" or "beebvbeeb" in Google).

>All "Perceptions" forecasts have eventually been confirmed (so

>How's it done? - By viewing secondary (emergent) data. Like - a)
>who's taken control of evidence and 'rules'? [that agency is
>always the first subverted by perps] - b) who's _actually_
>controlling cover-ups? [almost never first in line, hidden by
>fronts] - b) who gains from corruption / deceptions? [not always
>immediately apparent].

>And "Perceptions" famously successful forecasts in science area
>come the same way, by abandoning _all_ accepted axioms and
>starting from scratch. Why? Most reported
>experiments/discoveries _didn't_ actually produce the results we
>are told about.

>(see "perceptions + radiation" or "perceptions + experiment +
>michelson" in Google).

>Now you can see - from "Exosci" and "psyche storms" - the UFO
>conclusions (however 'dangerous' they may be).

>As in so many other areas, we're being conned.

Indeed, we all have our perceptions to deal with. But I've
learned, from both sides in this debate that the old "If it
walks like a duck and quacks like a duck then it must BE a duck"
argument isn't something that I'm going to base my belief
structure on (or at least try not to).

One of the facets of this genre that I've found most interesting
is belief structures and how they're developed. It goes both
ways in the genre of ufology, and I believe that few if any take
that limitation into account when they press forward with their


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