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Larry King Live UFOs Now

From: A. J. Gevaerd - Revista UFO <aj.nul>
Date: Sat, 10 Nov 2007 09:33:26 -0300
Archived: Sat, 10 Nov 2007 08:01:25 -0500
Subject: Larry King Live UFOs Now

Dear Listers:

lastyesterday night with a lot of interest, as certainly most of
you did. It is not every day that Ufology gets such a huge media
attention. I was glad to see the invited guests discussing their
experiences so openly and in a very serious way, specially
Arizona former-Governor Fyfe Symington, as that will add to
Ufology credibility.

But I was particularly glad for James Fox and Leslie Kean, as
the LKL show will certainly help to boost the historical Press
Conference that they are working on, scheduled for next Monday,
12th, in Washington D.C. I have no doubt that it will be a great
moment for Ufology, both American and worldwide.

Check out info here: http://www.freedomofinfo.org/

However, I was kinda disappointed to see two very old and sad
mistakes being repeated on this edition of LKL. Real cliches.
The first one, of course, was to see the show presenting a mix
of real and compelling UFO footage and photos together with a
bunch of fake UFO footage and photos that are widely known as
garbage. That was something that I didn't expect to see in this
kind of show. Larry King's people could and should do better!

And the second one was to verify that there is still a big need
by the media in inviting on their shows, by any network, members
of the skeptic community, and give to them an enormous amount of
time. As a journalist I understand why LKL producers had to do
that, of course. But I regret that so much time was given to
someone trying to debunk just about everything with silly
'explanations'. Instead, that valuable time could be better used
to present more witnesses, more evidence or perhaps skeptics
with better 'explanations'!

Now, after reading the 'explanations' that amateur astronomer
James McGaha, from Tucson AZ, had for the Rendlesham Forrest and
for the Japanese 747 case over Alaska, it was even more
disappointing. The 'explanations' he tendered for such important
cases were so artificial, so pushed, that someone outside the UFO
arena would find much more acceptable to believe in UFOs!

Have you all a great weekend and let's see what will happen in

A. J. Gevaerd,
editor, Brazilian UFO Magazine

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