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Re: Mr. Roberts Of The "Unknown-Unknown" - Roberts

From: Andy Roberts <aj.roberts@blueyonder.co.uk>
Date: Wed, 10 Dec 2003 15:39:41 -0000
Fwd Date: Thu, 11 Dec 2003 09:27:17 -0500
Subject: Re: Mr. Roberts Of The "Unknown-Unknown" - Roberts

>From: Richard Conway <ranger_conway@yahoo.com>
>To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <ufoupdates@virtuallystrange.net>
>Date: Tue, 9 Dec 2003 13:24:31 -0800 (PST)
>Subject: Re: Mr. Roberts Of The "Unknown-Unknown"


Richard writes:

>Tut tut Andy, at it again bad mouthing anybody and everybody who
>doesn't buy into your lop-sided view of ufology. This is not
>healthy  behaviour. I'm still waiting for a formal answer to my

>Unfortunately all I got in response was unadulterated rubbish -
>if you don't understand scientific methodology then you should
>just  say so Andy. There is no shame. After all there are plenty
>of charlatan "experimentalists" such as yourself who justify
>their existence through the ignorance of their audience.

Not so Richard. You asked (and I'm not sure who _you_ are in
ufology, as you've failed to produce anything of lasting
interest to the subject) if I had constructed my hoaxing
experiments in a 'scientific' way.

I replied that they were all well documented and had sufficient
structure to be able to see if they worked, i.e., if dumb
ufologists fell for them. They did, they are doing and they will

You are now in a boo because I refused to give you further
information. Live with it.

>Therefore I'm not surprised that you consider your book's
>primary audience as the general public.

Who else is there to write for? The majority of ufologists are
bitter, twisted and jealous and only believe what they wish to,
without doing the R&I to prove otherwise.

Happy Trails


'...Andy Roberts seems less like a government agent than anybody
I have ever met, but of course that might show what a very good
agent he is!' -- John Rimmer, Magonia 83, December 2003