Where to begin, where to begin? Firstly, I'd like to hear from folk who feel they learned something new--or profound--from the AMA?
From there, I guess I'll have to question Stan's reliance on his "science" background as "credentials" and ask what science has he done as a
ufologist? I did ask him that actually...to no avail.
Then I would note that Stanton repeatedly claimed he doesn't like to "speculate," while noting that he did when it suits his position. For example: He
seems to believe pretty strongly in some form of a "galactic federation." Him and Blossom Goodchild, ahem. Not that that couldn't be the case, but I
think my point is clear.
Ol' Stan certainly didn't seem to want to address some to-the-point questions about MJ-12 and the alleged documents relation to Bill Moore and by
extension Rick Doty and intelligence operations psyops, if anyone noticed.
Ectoplasm8 hit him pretty hard, too, on the earliest and most reliable first-hand descriptions of the Roswell wreckage being very earthly indeed.
Again: No reply at all.
Is Stanton a shill? I never said that, although he's either, imo, a man too proud to reassess his early mistakes or towing someone's party line. Or
rather thick. None of those options complimentary I realize.
That Stanton is the sort of ufologist that leaves out any details of "high-strangeness" tells me, personally, that he's as unreliable as some of the
folk he himself puts down.
That's starters. I have more. Before we forget the initial question: What did anyone here learn from Stan?
He did point to a document or two
that some aren't familiar with, but the onus is on those who haven't researched the field to any degree. Other than that…what?
Too bad the thread is now "closed" and the stars garnered by some of the better questions aren't evident...
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