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Re: Videotaping Those Elusive Aliens

From: Eleanor White <eleanor.nul>
Date: Thu, 18 Oct 2007 18:52:38 -0400
Archived: Fri, 19 Oct 2007 16:56:21 -0400
Subject: Re: Videotaping Those Elusive Aliens

>From: Vincent Boudreau <vincentboudreau.nul>
>To: <ufoupdates.nul>
>Date: Thu, 18 Oct 2007 11:49:14 -0400 (EDT)
>Subject: Re: Videotaping Those Elusive Aliens


>I think that, unfortunately, the abductee-part of the UFO
>problem is what is keeping the lid on UFOs.

You're probably right, which is why it is mind-blowingly
inconceivable, to me, that all that effort went into a very
promising abductee study, and not a peep out of anyone hinting
that a mere $50 on the part of 100 interested people, was needed
to finish the job. One would expect on the day the $5,000 need
became obvious, all the UFO magazines, sites, blogs and email
lists would have swung into action to raise that money.

Instead, I got one answer saying "We don't know how to analyze
the data." Well, fine, roll it out and let us all see what we
can come up with if you can't.

Add to this the report of evasiveness of "forgetting" log sheets
were handed in, and not even showing the abductees their own
data, and even pretending to not know the study happened.

This from private communications from abductees to me recently.
These were not anonymous communications.

It's one thing, expected actually, for government to cover up.
They do it all the time. But when _ufologists_ appear to be
covering up, what the _heck_ is going on??


>Abductions are much too sinister.

That's why they need to be exposed as actually happening,
physical events, to physical people, so our species can start
dealing with the issue! When a UFO organization or group of orgs
goes silent instead of looking for funds to finish an abduction
study, that is gross injustice to all the abductees, and equally
gross injustice to the rest of our species!

Ufology is unlike any other hobby, and should not be treated as
just a hobby, specifically because of the abductions. It is a
major _crime_ issue!

>On a practical point of view, could governments recognize UFOs
>and ignore abductions?

>I do not think so.

Tough bananas for those poor government officials.

They are scooping in incomes, benefits, and pensions beyond the
dreams of most non-government workers. They took on the job
which involved serving the public. That includes major crimes.
 No excuses.

>And if abductions are recognized, what are the implications?

Until we get it out in the open that this crime is going on, and
investigated as best our species can, we don't know. That's why
we need that data, as step one to get it out in the open.

Since when are ufologists afraid of differing opinions?

If the public sees the data, and draws conclusions different
from "qualified scientists", so what? That's life.

>It is difficult for me to get my head around this.

It's kidnapping, and very likely involuntary medical
experimentation. Not hard to get your head around that!

Eleanor White

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