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That's May-Gay-Hey [was: Former Arizona Governor

From: David Iadevaia <api.nul>
Date: Sat, 24 Mar 2007 06:56:17 -0700
Fwd Date: Sat, 24 Mar 2007 16:01:28 -0400
Subject: That's May-Gay-Hey [was: Former Arizona Governor

>>From: ufoupdates.nul
>>To: - UFO UpDates Subscribers -
>>Date: Saturday, March 24, 2007 7:27 AM
>>Subject: Former Arizona Governor Boosts UFO Claims
>>Source: MSNBC - USA
>>March 23, 2007
>>Former Arizona Governor Boosts UFO Claims
>>Ten years after 'Phoenix Lights', Symington says he was a witness
>>The lights, which appeared in a V shape on March 13, 1997, as
>>they moved across the sky, were widely explained as flares
>>dumped by a military training flight, though many still doubted
>>the government was telling all it knew.

>>Tucson astronomer and retired Air Force pilot James McGaha said
>>he investigated two sightings over Phoenix that March night and
>>traced them both A-10 aircraft flying in formation at high

>>"It was clearly aircraft in formation, flying at two different
>>times and then dropping flares and it's clear to any rational
>>person that's what it was", McGaha said.

>>McGaha said Symington "is not a trained observer and what he
>>feels in his gut doesn't make any difference."


>I should point out that I had a formal debate with McGaha at
>Middle Tennessee State University on January 28, 2004.


>I think his ignorance of the subject and his strong bias can be
>readily seen in the tape which includes the Q and A session.

Regarding Stan's assessment of James McGaha... I would agree. I
have known McGaha for a number of years and he is rather close-
minded and fixed in his opinions.

David Iadevaia
Professor Astronomy and Physics
Tucson, AZ

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