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Re: The Roswell Investigation & The Skeptics

From: Vincent Boudreau <vincentboudreau.nul>
Date: Tue, 8 May 2012 15:33:54 -0400
Archived: Wed, 09 May 2012 07:41:16 -0400
Subject: Re: The Roswell Investigation & The Skeptics


>From: post.nul
>To: ufo-updates-list
>Date: Tue, 8 May 2012 03:34:26 -0400
>Subject: UFO UpDate: The Roswell Investigation & The Skeptics

>Source: Kevin Randle's A Different Perspective Blog

>http://tinyurl.com/cbholsl

>Sunday, May 06, 2012

>The Roswell Investigation And The Skeptics

<snip>

>I have seen, over the last several months, nothing but criticism
>from the world of the skeptic about our efforts to assemble a
>team to investigate the Roswell claims. We have published little
>about our investigation, other than to announce the members of
>the team, and the skeptics and debunkers have found nothing to
>like about it. They are convinced that all we will do is
>reinforce the ideas that have already been published. That is,
>we'll endorse the extraterrestrial and that is it.

<snip>

Hello Kevin and all,

I would like to raise two points in this business of a Dream
Team putting a final note of the Roswell case.

I wonder if I am the only one feeling that the "Dream Team"
concept has a bad ring to it.

First: if you're _not_ part of it, and you have studied Roswell,
it says so much about you and your research.

Secondly, if you're part of it, it says so much about your
chest-beating habits.

I mean, this is not Basketball, and I see no Michael Jordan in
the room.

So, to place someone on this "Dream Team" sounds more like
anointment than appointment, and I think we have had quite
enough of that in ufology.

Third, placing _yourself_ on what you call _yourself_ a "Dream
Team", well, not only sounds bad but tastes bad.

All said with due respect.

Now, let's address the Roswell thing.

I have just finished "Witness to Roswell" by Carey and Schmitt.

The work may lack a bit in structure and is not always coherent,
but it gets this across: _something_ happened in Roswell.

65 years and 600+ witnesses later, it has all been shrugged off
by the powers that be: do you think another Marcel, another Haut
or another Exon will change anything?

The Air Force official explanations (Mogul and crashed dummies)
prove they don't care, and never will care, about the truth, no
matter what.

Any further work on Roswell can only serve to enlighten
interested citizens.

Nothing more, I am afraid.


Vincent Boudreau



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