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Re: Alien Autopsy Film - Kaeser

From: Steven Kaeser <steve.nul>
Date: Tue, 3 Jul 2007 13:03:11 -0400
Archived: Wed, 04 Jul 2007 08:15:35 -0400
Subject: Re: Alien Autopsy Film - Kaeser


>From: Jerome Clark <jkclark.nul>
>To: <ufoupdates.nul>
>Date: Tue, 3 Jul 2007 09:29:53 -0500
>Subject: Re: Alien Autopsy Film

<snip>

>Dick is exactly right. In fact, the same could be said of George
>Adamski's claims, about which unanswered questions, including a
>few interesting ones, still remain.

>"Unanswered questions", however, do not equate to an open
>possibility that Adamski really did speak with Space Brothers
>and travel to the moon and Venus with them. No rational observer
>could possibly believe that, for a range of good reasons. The
>point is that human life, behavior, and motivation are
>themselves often unfathomable mysteries, sometimes even our own
>to ourselves.

>The Alien Autopsy film, I'm sure, has some unanswered questions.
>So what? For the purposes of ufology, we need to know only that
>it's a confessed hoax. Time to move on, folks. Nothing to see
>here.


Hi Jerry,

I've felt that the AA 'film' has been a waste of time since we
stopped getting any valid information on it; which was
underscored last year by the release of the Ant and Dec film in
England. But does the List really want to shut down
communication on the subject if 'new' information has an impact
on the genre.

Perhaps some aspects of the affair will help us to more quickly
recognize similar hoaxes in the future, but it then depends on
how much effort researchers are going to put into fighting the
hoaxes and bad information that seem to be prevelent in this
field.

Most researchers I know concentrate on their own efforts and
assume that the good information will rise above the bad. I've
found that with the Internet, that isn't always the case.

I believe that Errol has - again - indicated that "new"
information pertaining to the AA 'film' is acceptable for
discussion, but not the same old arguments that we've seen for
years. I believe that such 'new' information should be vetted
through researchers, and this List would serve that purpose.

From the scientific perspective, the AA 'film', like the
Contactee movement, have had little to do with ufology. But,
from a sociological/psychological perspective, they have had a
major impact on the genre and how it evolved.

It would be a shame to adopt a knee-jerk reaction to this
subject that is similar to the reactions shown by CISCOP in
rejecting UFO reports.


Steve



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