From: Vincent Boudreau <vincentboudreau.nul> Date: Tue, 7 Aug 2012 05:43:40 -0400 Archived: Tue, 07 Aug 2012 07:12:24 -0400 Subject: Re: Greer Probes 'Dead Alien' >From: Dave Haith <visions1.nul >To: UFO UpDates <post.nul >Date: Fri, 3 Aug 2012 17:41:10 +0100 >Subject: Greer Probes 'Dead Alien' <snip> >I know that Dr. Steven Greer is not considered the most popular >or even credible UFO researcher among Listers here. >But his new bold claim that he's examined an alien corpse and >says he's to employ a top DNA laboratory to dissect it, must be >worth a mention. >In this article on Colin Andrews website Greer appeals for funds >for the project so it might be included in 'Sirius' a disclosure >film he's making. >He says the EBE (Extra Biological Entity) is "in the possession >of a cooperative institute desiring further scientific >evaluation of the possible ET. We cannot reveal at this time the >location of this being or the name of the person or persons who >possess it." <snip> Hello David and List, I took the time to read the blog at: http://drgreersblog.disclosureproject.org/?p=3D192 It inspired the following. Dear Dr. Greer, I understand your paranoia and I - as well as many others - would be scratching my head at what to do in case I discovered the proverbial smoking gun. Who would I contact to make sure that the thing or myself dont get lost un the process? A most interesting question for which I never could find a sure proof answer. Your first step, e.g. mentioning the "discovery" is a definite good first step. Problems emerge as you keep going. Sorry, but the whole thing fails miserably at the BS detector. First, you mention a film - Sirius - due out in December 2012. No problem with that. The film has been funded by $250,000 in donations. OK. First red light on the BS detector: "Of course, this minimum is a minimum. And if we have more networking support from the public we can make an even better, more far-reaching and impactful film." What? Unless I am mistaking, another interview or another trip across the World is now too late. You have a product in its final development stages. You have all the material you need since you necessarily made a plan before starting the Sirius project. So, you got the necessary $250,000 and proceeded accordingly. Asking for more money to deliver a better product makes you sound like amateurs or used-car salesmen. The second red light on the BS detector: I am sure that, before the EBE thingy, you sold Sirius to donators as if it was the next best thing since God spoke to prophets. Well, they paid $250,000 for it and now you are asking for more to slip the EBE autopsy into it? I am sorry, but if I had a damn ET in my cooler, it would be worth more that 15 minutes sandwiched between whatever you have already advertised as great stuff. More to this: since the Sirius thing would be in its final development stages, I'd let my associates finish the project, get the Sirius product out, as promised to the donator, and concentrate on the EBE. The third light on the BS detector: "There is a chance that we may be able to include in the film =93Sirius=94 the scientific testing of a possible Extraterrestrial Biological Entity (EBE) that has been recovered and is deceased." Dual possibilities in the same sentence are a bad omen to say the least. "Dr. Jan Bravo- who is a STAR Board member and a fellow Emergency Physician- and I have actually visited the group that possesses this EBE and have personally and professionally examined the being. It is indeed an actual deceased body, and most certainly is not plastic or man-made." Ah... Doctor... Phew... What a call: you have determined that you didn't examine a plastic dummy. Where is Ed when we need him? "It has a head, 2 arms and 2 legs and is humanoid." Like a computer expert looking at your machine saying: "Well, we have an on and off button. It even has a plug". Do you expect me to think "God! This guy is a genius!"? "We have seen and examined X-Rays of the being. Its anatomy however is not homo sapien (modern human) or any known hominid (predecessors to humans)." Sorry to bring you the news, but it's homo sapiens and no X-rays exist of pre-human individuals: you're lucky to get a tooth and a piece of jaw. I fail to see the hominid connection: is the cadaver so old that it could predate modern humans? So far, Doc, your observations haven't lived up to your title, to say the least. The fourth light on the BS detector... "The cost of doing proper MRI testing, full and dispositive forensic-level DNA testing and carbon dating with other isotope testing are considerable and certainly not currently funded." and "If you can assist further with funding the campaign for Sirius we will attempt to carry out this scientific inquiry, however daunting it may be. We are currently investigating what these costs will be, but they will certainly be in the tens of thousands of dollars and perhaps more." Your mention of carbon dating implies that you are not working exactly on a fresh specimen. I seriously doubt that you need more than a $100,000 to figure out if a piece of meat is human or not. Before asking gentle donors for money, don't you think you could show them a piece of the thing, like X-rays, HD photos or the like, I mean anything you wouldn't ask to someone who would come to you to get some of your money? If there are no more lights on my BS detector, fumes are starting to form in the circuits with this killer: "The only reason I mention this sensitive matter at this time is that in order for this possible ET body to be properly evaluated and disclosed in 'Sirius' -- which is planned for completion in December 2012- we must act _immediately_." Which reminds me of the usual things you see on the Internet, in the likes of "LESS THAN X FREE MEMBERSHIPS LEFT AVAILABLE - ACT NOW!", advertising undesired products, religion, often hand-jobs in your own community. I suggest you keep it simple: you must honor you engagement to the people who gave you money to produce the Sirius film. The EBE project is an entirely different animal and I can only wish that it is what you pretend it is, although I have my doubts as you are asking money and showing _nothing_. Unconvincing and suspicious at best. Vincent Boudreau Listen to 'Strange Days... Indeed' - The PodCast At: http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/sdi/program/ These contents above are copyright of the author and UFO UpDates - Toronto. They may not be reproduced without the express permission of both parties and are intended for educational use only.
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