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Re: Ufology 2005 Making Ground? - Chalker

From: Bill Chalker <bill_c.nul>
Date: Mon, 30 May 2005 16:36:53 +1000
Fwd Date: Mon, 30 May 2005 07:39:57 -0400
Subject: Re: Ufology 2005 Making Ground? - Chalker

>From: Greg Boone <Evolbaby.nul>
>To: ufoupdates.nul
>Date: Sun, 29 May 2005 01:11:50 EDT
>Subject: Ufology 2005 Making Ground?


>I'm still waiting for more news from China. Yes I'm asking all
>pals, kin, god children etc. who are there or have connections
>to dig into it. Believe it or not they're telling me that there
>is no subject more hot in China than UFOs!!!

>I was blown over! I thought they would be wondering about HDTV
>or video games, but no way. They're watching DVDs of X Files and
>UFO documentaries that many of you appear in or produced. I
>guess they found someone who translated them or sub- -titled

>Anyhow, the numbers are alarming as to how many Chinese are
>getting hip to UFOlogy and have started their own UFO
>investigation groups. What's extra good and a major difference
>is no one would dare to invalidate or mock someone who related a
>UFO story there. Reason being in that culture it's unaccepted to
>berate someone like we do. In that climate of civilized respect
>we've yet to achieve the researchers there are gleaning
>information that dwarfs our efforts.

>I think in a short while, perhaps a year on the outside the
>Chinese will show just how sharp and professional they are in
>the sciences and research fields on this subject.

With regard to the Chinese UFO interests you might want to check
out some of the posts I have made on my blog site:


The Chinese UFO Research Organisation will be hosting an
international UFO conference at Dalian in September. I hope to
attend pending funding and time.


Bill Chalker

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