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Re: Why The Cover-Up? - Hall

From: Richard Hall <hallrichard99.nul>
Date: Thu, 19 Jul 2007 19:38:17 +0000
Archived: Fri, 20 Jul 2007 10:12:39 -0400
Subject: Re: Why The Cover-Up? - Hall

>From: Bob Shell <bob.nul>
>To: ufoupdates.nul
>Date: Thu, 19 Jul 2007 09:36:03 -0400
>Subject: Re: Why The Cover-Up?

>From: Richard Hall <hallrichard99.nul>
>To: ufoupdates.nul
>Date: Wed, 18 Jul 2007 15:21:19 +0000
>Subject: Re: Why The Cover-Up?

>>Uh, Ed? You're kidding, right?
>>We all know that what they really, really soon discovered was
>>that they were lizard beings from the inner earth (hence the
>>pale skin and large eyes).

>>Our H-bomb tests were rattling their cages, so they flew their
>>saucers (designed with the help of renegade Nazis) out of
>>caverns in the Pacific Northwest and holes in the South Polar
>>region and began buzzing our craft in retaliation. But the Nazi
>>engineers screwed up and one of their saucers crashed and gave
>>the game away. But our leaders decided to try and fake out the
>>Commies by making them think we had alien technology. And so it

>You know, I find it very disturbing that some of you are acting
>just like the skeptics and pelicanists we so often disparage.

>Ed is quite serious about his theory. He may be right or he may
>be wrong, but he has worked damned hard on this and deserves

>Personally, I find his theory, or some variation of it, much
>more likely than space aliens. We know very little, really, of
>the past history of this planet. There is plenty of room in our
>planet's time clock for multiple cycles of evolution culminating
>in intelligence. Just because we haven't found something doesn't
>mean it doesn't exist. Or we may have the compelling evidence
>locked up in some storage drawer in one of our great museums.


Do you know the difference between real, meaningful theory
construction and wild-ass speculation? Apparently not, because
you introduce the notion of what we don't know about the
planet's history, and then maybe anything is possible. Theories
(if they are to be meaningful) have to be based on data,
established facts. Not on wild imagination.

The 'anything is possible' school of thought states only an
obvious generalization; it does not addrees or explain in any
way the data. What it omits is that some things are a hell of a
lot more likely than others, and in any event that reasoning
(deduction) from high-sounding generalizations has no
established connection with reality.

 - Dick

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