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Re: Devastating Critique Of Jacobsen's 'Area 51'

From: Joshua Laudermilk <joshua.laudermilk.nul>
Date: Mon, 18 Jul 2011 14:03:58 -0400
Archived: Tue, 19 Jul 2011 18:10:30 -0400
Subject: Re: Devastating Critique Of Jacobsen's 'Area 51'

>From: Don Ledger <dledger.nul>
>To: post.nul
>Date: Mon, 18 Jul 2011 13:54:47 -0300
>Subject: Re: Devastating Critique Of Jacobsen's 'Area 51' Book

>The comments I put up here a couple of days ago were not
>intended to argue the ETH or the Roswell event. I leave Roswell
>to Stan Friedman, Kevin Randle and others.

I understand. The article in question though does argue the
Roswell Incident and that is a point of criticism against Annie
Jacobsen. Really that criticism should be focused on her source,
the EG&G engineer, or sources plural if there were many. Ms.
Jacobsen didn't make the story up, she was told it, she thought
it was true and thus reported it.

>The ETH is another argument entirely.

It's really not another argument entirely. That would be like
saying the Stalin-Mengele hypothesis (should we call it the
SMH?) is another argument entirely. There is inter-relatedness
between all of this, it's all inter-connected.

>As for the S-4, it could be as simple as a hangar designation or
>some building complex.

It could be. It could be nothing. I don't know what S-4 is, I
don't even know IF it is. That's not the testimony of the
insider, the EG&G engineer, though. As the EG&G employee relates
that S-4 is both the designation of an actual facility and a
project name. If Robert Lazar was the first to mention S-4, and
it seems he was, is this a feeding back of false information?

>Many of those who find themselves reporting about this
>phenomenon, or specific sections of it in the media have little
>in the way of good background material on which to rely.

Even with good background material, UFO research is stigmatized
and very often considered nonsence and psuedoscience, lumped
together with crypto-zoology, hoaxes, frauds the like of which
one would expect from 19th/20th century spiritualism.



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