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Re: Brazilian MoD Discusses UFOs With Ufologists

From: Steven Kaeser <steve.nul>
Date: Sat, 27 Apr 2013 09:30:20 -0400
Archived: Sun, 28 Apr 2013 08:20:23 -0400
Subject: Re: Brazilian MoD Discusses UFOs With Ufologists

>From: Edward Gehrman <egehrman.nul>
>To: <post.nul>
>Date: Fri, 26 Apr 2013 08:15:20 -0700
>Subject: Re: Brazilian MoD Discusses UFOs With Ufologists

>>From: Jerome Clark <jkclark.nul>
>>To: post.nul
>>Date: Fri, 26 Apr 2013 06:49:46 -0500
>>Subject: Re: Brazilian MoD Discusses UFOs With Ufologists

>>Sadly, that you are making no visible effort to take your "evidence" to
>>those who could evaluate it and do something about it - and clearly
>>have no intention ever of doing so (all the while, by the way,
>>escalating the magnitude of your already extraordinary claims by
>>tossing wild conspiracy theories into the mix) - tells us that even you
>>have a pretty good understanding of how much weight your "evidence"
>>carries. By which, of course, I mean how little.


>You don't have the slightest notion of what my "evidence"
>carries. You've never studied it. Being an orderly and working
>in the ERs and surgeries of several large hospitals in
>Albuquerque and San Francisco during the late 1950s gave me an
>advantage when the Alien Autopsy footage was shown on Fox TV. It
>immediately caught my attention because of the authenticity of
>the surgical instruments and the body language of the surgeons
>and the surgical nurse. I decided to investigate it further.
>Those investigations eventually led to the monotreme hypothesis.

>I'm a nobody,(a special education teacher for thirty-five
>years). In 1989 I began writing a few short essays on
>environmental matters but I've never written a book, nor had any
>desire to be a superstar. Until the AA came into my life, I had
>only a minor interest in UFO matters.

>For the last eighteen years, I and a few other researchers have
>been collecting all information pertaining to the nature of the
>AA. Our most important discoveries were finding the crash site
>in Socorro the cameraman described and to which he gave
>directions, and the discovery of the Roswell crash site. I think
>this information is important to the understanding of UFO
>phenomena, but I realize that not many agree.

>It hasn't been easy trying to discuss a subject that everyone
>"knows" is a hoax. I've focused on you because, as I wrote you
>many years ago, if I can convince you to take another look, I
>can convince anyone. Besides, I can always count on you to
>respond. Is there something wrong with that strategy?

>But so far, I haven't been very successful. Not only have you
>refused to examine our evidence, but your demeaning tone has
>influenced others to ignore it as well. But there's always a
>hope for redemption so I'll try again. What are the
>problems with this "evidence"?


You've been on that bandwagon a long time and your "evidence"
hasn't had much impact on those who HAVE examined it. But,
that's not the point. You've been advised (here and elsewhere)
to publish your evidence and use the appropriate forums to prove
your case. You have to "prove" it, and not simply toss out
allegations and hope everyone will suddenly see the light and
rush out to investigate from your perspective. But when
rejected, you fault others for just not paying attention and
accepting your viewpoint. Keep in mind that Einstein was Swiss
patent clerk when he wrote his theory of relativity, so being a
nobody is no excuse, and it's up to you to build a case and
provide the foundational scientific support for the "evidence"
you've found. Set up a Facebook site on the subject and you can
network with those who agree with your position, building a
following and support for your theories.

This is a subject that has been banned from UpDates, unless
there is new information to be presented, and I'm not going to
begin a long and tired debate that would test Errol's patience.
Hopefully, Spyros Melaris, who's claimed to be the creator of
the AA 'film', will finish his long awaited book on the subject.
But unfortunately for him, I suspect the demand for that
explanation is fading fast, and with that his hope for finally
profiting from the effort is also fading. Spyros can't even make
a movie about it, since that was already created by Ray Santilli
and promoted as fiction.

All of this is old news, of course, with the presentation next
week of the documentary "Sirius" and the disclosure of a "6 inch
humanoid alien" found in Chile's Atacama Desert a decade ago. I
wonder how many digits (fingers) the tiny little hand has...


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