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Re: Alien Baloney

From: Nick Balaskas <nikolaos@YorkU.CA>
Date: Mon, 1 Jun 1998 19:18:15 -0700 (Pacific Daylight Time)
Fwd Date: Mon, 01 Jun 1998 19:49:48 -0400
Subject: Re: Alien Baloney

> From: Ufojoe1@aol.com [Joe Murgia]
> Date: Sun, 31 May 1998 15:43:11 EDT
> To: updates@globalserve.net
> Subject: UFO UpDate: Re: Alien Baloney

> To all that have problems with Sims and Leir:

> Your raise very good arguments. If you think you can do better
> than Sims and Leir then do it. Get some funding and help these
> people find out what is inside of their bodies. I don't see
> anybody else doing that. All I see is people running their mouths
> off. From what I understand,  it's very expensive to have these
> objects analyzed.

Hi Joe,

I was happy to read your positive e-mail.

One may not fully agree with Derrel Sims' or Roger Leir's views
or methods regarding UFO physical evidence but at least they are
doing something with the help of many experts and scientists to
get to the truth, whatever it may be.

Yes, it is very expensive to have any test done, especially at
private labs.  Fortunately, I have been surprised at the large
number of scientists at universities and other research
institutions in Canada who were willing to donate their time and
the free use of their research equipment to do tests on one or
more of the dozen alleged alien implants and UFO artifacts that
were forwarded to me by Derrel and Roger earlier this year.

As any active UFO researcher can tell you, it still costs a lot
of money to try and further our understanding of UFOs.  It is sad
when armchair ufologists or professionals such as journalists who
get to share in these latest discoveries and insights not only do
not appreciate the important work others have made, but attack
them too.

> John Velez seems upset that they say the tests so far are
> inconclusive. Would you rather them make up some b.s. and say
> that they're definitely alien or what? Science takes time. If the
> tests turn out to be inconclusive in the end, then so be it.
> Maybe we will never know.

Even with some of the more unusual specimens (from Derrel and
Roger and other sources) we have had the opportunity to examine,
we may never be able to says for sure that this object or that
implant is artificial and from out of this world.  As long as
there are at least two explanations which can account for all the
observed facts, one cannot accept the more exotic one as the
correct one, even if a few of the observed facts have improbable
Earthly explanations (eg. the un-Earthly isotope ratios) since
they could still have been made here.

Later this year I hope to have tests done on additional alleged
UFO crash wreckage from several new sources.  If, for example, it
is discovered that one or more of these UFO artifacts from very
different geographic locations have identical un-Earthly isoptope
ratios as in previously tested UFO artifacts, then I think we can
safely say that we are being visited by extraterrestrials from a
single extrasolar planet - whose drivers are also worse than
ours.

Should you or a friend have a UFO artifact which you would like
to have tested by appropriately qualified scientists, please
contact me at the e-mail address above and I will try to be of
help.

Nick Balaskas



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