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Re: SDI #439 -- 20 Questions! - Kimball

From: Kim Kimball <TheRobieShark.nul>
Date: Wed, 16 May 2007 15:01:14 EDT
Fwd Date: Wed, 16 May 2007 15:58:30 -0400
Subject: Re: SDI #439 -- 20 Questions! - Kimball


>From: Alfred Lehmberg <alienview.nul>
>To: <ufoupdates.nul>
>Date: Tue, 15 May 2007 14:01:50 -0500
>Subject: SDI #439 -- 20 Questions!

>SDI #439 -- 20 Questions

Mr. Lehmberg:

<snip>

>2. Does Paul Kimball's Best Evidence reflect a new ufological
>credibility?

Considering who made it, probably not. ;-)

>Is the American Air Force a bastion of idiocy, incompetence, and
>_banal_ ineptitude.

Far from it. Indeed, in the RB47 case segment, we see that the
best of the best the USAF had to offer were encountering UFOs in
the 1950s and 1960s, and were being told to keep quiet about it
by the USAF.

>Is the UFO conundrum a real occurrence happening in real time in a
>real world?

That's the $10 million question, but it seems that way to me.

<snip>

>8. Has Nick Pope written the best paper on British ufology,
>ever? Like Paul Kimball in his last film by more than one
>report, has Pope uncovered incontrovertible evidence of high
>strangeness even if proof itself remains elusive and ethereal?

I couldn't say about Nick's paper, which I have not yet read.
However, with regards to Best Evidence, all that I wanted to do
was make a serious case for the objective reality of the UFO
phenomenon, whatever it may be. But there is some definite "high
strangeness" in there that it would behove science and the media
to take a closer look at.


Best regards,

Paul Kimball
www.bestevidence.blogspot.com
www.redstarfilms.blogspot.com


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