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Re: UFO Investigator & ISU Alumnus Dead - Warren

From: Frank Warren <frank-warren.nul>
Date: Wed, 24 Mar 2004 10:18:28 -0800
Fwd Date: Thu, 25 Mar 2004 00:07:56 -0500
Subject: Re: UFO Investigator & ISU Alumnus Dead - Warren

>From: Terry Groff <terry.nul>
>To: UFO Updates" <ufoupdates.nul>
>Date: Wed, 24 Mar 2004 02:15:03 -0600
>Subject: UFO Investigator & ISU Alumnus Dead

>Source: Iowa State Daily


>March 24, 2004
>UFO investigator, ISU alumnus dead

>By Scott Rank
>Daily Staff Writer

>An ISU alumnus who worked on the country's largest, most
>systematic investigation of UFOs died Thursday after a struggle
>with cancer. He was 70.

>Roy Craig, who received his doctorate in physical chemistry from
>Iowa State in 1952, was chief field investigator for The
>Colorado Project, the official government search for verifiable
>evidence for the existence of UFOs. He was highly skeptical of
>UFOs, but was fascinated by the false reports of their


Fellow Listers,

Here is a copy of the letter I sent to the author of the afore
mentioned article:

Dear Mr. Rank,

Thank you for your article about the life of Dr. Roy Craig and
his unfortunate passing.

In regards to the comments made by "Hal Mansfield," I'd like to
point out a few errors about UFOs that he made: For one, the
"existence" of UFOs or "Unidentified Flying Objects" has not
been in question "officially" for over six decades. The term was
created by the Air Force in the early 1950's. To use the noun
"believers" in association with UFOs is not rational. It would
be the same as saying, "believers in the Empire State Building,"
neither makes any sense.

Furthermore, one might argue that Dr. Craig "gained notoriety"
by the "subject matter" of the "Condon Report" opposed to his
position on it.

Finally, the so-called  "Condon Report," is filled with errors,
and in some instances is quite ludicrous. Moreover, there is
ample evidence that Edward Condon had a predisposed ideology in
regards to the UFO phenomenon, and was more interested in
maintaining the "status quo" then providing "unbiased scientific
methodology" to the study of said phenomenon.


Frank Warren

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