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Re: 'Worm' UFOs Or Baloons?

From: Kentaro Mori <kentaro.mori.nul>
Date: Mon, 20 Aug 2007 00:24:39 -0300
Archived: Mon, 20 Aug 2007 10:58:13 -0400
Subject: Re: 'Worm' UFOs Or Baloons?

>From: Santiago Yturria Garza <syturria.nul>
>To: ufoupdates.nul
>Date: Sun, 19 Aug 2007 03:56:50 +0000
>Subject: Re: 'Worm' UFOs Or Baloons?

>To all the community.
>Who is Kentaro Mori?

>I made some inquiries with several Brazilian researchers,
>friends and  collagues. It resulted what I expected. Kentaro
>Mori is a devoted all time skeptic, member of CSICOP, editor of
>a skeptic magazine and current debunker of Brazilian UFO cases.
>Mori's methods are the classic tricks, disguising himself and
>infiltrating UFO communities to execute his hidden agenda and
>create disinformation.

I do have contact with mostly all serious ufologists in activity
in Brazil, and contrary to what you claim, fortunately they seem
to think it's worth talking to me, and have at times both
privately and publicly offered support for what I do.

Even Ademar Gevaerd, which you quoted as a reference here, at
one point admitted the value of my work and asked me to write
for his magazine. He later changed his mind, and I think the
"Brazilian friend" you talked to was him.

If it was, then he could hardly be trusted as impartial on his
opinion of my work, since a couple of years ago we had a very
public disagreement in Brazil, in which he ended up compromising
publicly to present one case that would prove the ETH, as he
claimed he had such case. That would be evaluated by five
academics from the major Brazilian universities, all conducted
by an independent committee of parapsychologists associated with
an university.

Days later he simply ran away from the public commitment, and
has asked me to never contact him again.

That's fact #3 of the six facts about Brazilian ufology:


Both Milton Frank and Eustaquio Patounas, Brazilians who also
participate in this List, have offered support for my work.
Contrary to Gevaerd, they haven't changed their minds. None of
them is what you would call "skeptics".

Anyway, if you would rather present the evidence Milton Frank
asked you to present first, and ignore who I am, I think
everyone would find it more useful and interesting.


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