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Re: 'She Blinded Me with Science'

From: Sean Jones <Tedric@tedric.demon.co.uk>
Date: Sun, 21 Jun 1998 20:35:00 +0100
Fwd Date: Mon, 22 Jun 1998 14:45:28 -0400
Subject: Re: 'She Blinded Me with Science'


>Date: Sat, 20 Jun 1998 14:37:45 +0100
>From: Donald  Ledger <dledger@ns.sympatico.ca>
>To: updates@globalserve.net
>Subject: Re: UFO UpDate: 'She Blinded Me with Science'

>>>Don Ledger

>>Its funny you should talk about monumental blunders of science. I am
>>currently debateing with a scientist about FTL and he says flat out it
>>aint possible etc etc.

>>Could you possibly put together a quick list for me where by
>>scientists have made these monumental blunders so I can with
>>conviction say that scientists are not always right, look here. I
>>would appreciate it very much, I have already quoted that
>>scientists said that the Earth was flat and that excededing eight
>>miles per hour in a motor car would asphyxiate the driver to
>>which he snorted (figureatively of course) so I really would
>>appreciate a list to poke under his arrogant nose.

>Well Sean, I wish I did have some specific names to give you but
>most of my experiences have been of a general nature and a
>growing concern over the years that the "scientists" as we once
>knew them have gotten to political. I don't mean necessarily in
>the government sense. Perhaps they always were and I just didn't
>notice, but they fail to be really objective as to what is or
>isn't fair game for study. Certainly there is the ever present
>pecking order in scientific circles as there are in any
>profession, trade or organization for that matter, but I can't
>understand why such an interesting subject can be so hard for
>them to at least peek at. It doesn't take very long to discover
>that there is something here to be lokked at in a major way.

>I don't think anyone will argue that science is and has been up
>for sale for the last 30 years or even more. By that I mean the
>cigarette manufacturers scientists as opposed to the health and
>welfare scientists, the ecological scientists verses the heavy
>industry scientists as examples.

>I think any scientist can have their bell rung though if
>confronted by the stark evidence as were Clyde Tombaugh or Paul
>R. Hill. I'm always impressed with Clyde Tombaugh's statement to
>the effect that after having seen his first UFO his whole belief
>system had been changed in a matter of seconds.

>Don Ledger

Thanks Don

This particular chap is of the opinion that we are alone in the
universe and if was not then the distences are too great to
excede and visit neighbouring civilizations. Which is how FTL
came up. I know Stan and I had a similer debate a while ago but
I still think it must be possible.

---
      People can have it any colour, as long as its black!
                       Sean Jones
 Homepage--http://www.geocities.com/Area51/Zone/1745/index.htm
         Research page--http://www.tedric.demon.co.uk/


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