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Originally posted by XPhiles
Also included are the voices of professional skeptics about UFOs, abcnews.go.com...
They will save this for the end and have all you UFO fanatics throwing bricks at the tv ....
Personally, I hope it doesn't end this way.
Originally posted by robertfenix
If this is truely a shift in the policy of the media to now lend credibility to UFO claims then somewhere someone must posses some knowledge that is truely ground breaking in our understanding of what UFO's are. And this has kindled the desire of the Goverment and the media to prepare everyone that no longer can UFO's be debunked that eventually the skeptics are going to have to accept that in this vast universe we are truely no alone.
Originally posted by Gabbye
All this report on UFO's will be is to get ratings! Ratings = Money PERIOD. ABC doesn't really give a rats rear end if UFOs exist or not, either does Jennings. ABC nor will Jennings say that the evidence presented in the show PROVES that UFO's exist NO major broadcasting company WILL do that. The show will present some facts and then SAY its up to the viewers to decide. It will be another cop-out RATINGS is all they are after. Don't get to excited about the show. It will cover the same stuff that 99% of us (who follow this stuff) already have heard about.
[edit on 11-2-2005 by Gabbye]
Originally posted by Gabbye
"Peter Jennings Reporting: UFOs — Seeing Is Believing" airs Thursday, Feb. 24 from 8-10 p.m. ET on ABC. The program will be broadcast in High Definition.
This two-hour primetime special reports on the entire scope of the UFO experience — from the first famous sighting by Kenneth Arnold in 1947 to the present day. The program draws on interviews with police officers, pilots, military personnel, scientists and ordinary citizens who give extraordinary accounts of encounters with the unexplained. Also included are the voices of professional skeptics about UFOs, including scientists who are leading the search for life forms beyond earth elsewhere in the universe.
The program explores the facts behind the enduring mystery of the incident at Roswell, N.M., and looks into the strange stories of alien abductions. Among the UFO cases presented:
* Minot Air Force Base, N.D., October 1968 — Sixteen airmen on the ground and the crew of an airborne B-52 witness a massive unidentified object hovering near the base.
* Phoenix, Ariz., March 1997 — Hundreds witness a huge triangular craft moving slowly over the city.
* St. Clair County, Ill., January 2000 — Police officers in five adjoining towns all independently report witnessing a giant craft with multiple bright lights moving silently across the sky at a very low altitude.
Appears to be all the old stuff with Jennings as the new face.
For the full write-up: www.cosmicparadigm.com... Scroll down page you'll find it along with other interesting stories.
[edit on 13-2-2005 by Gabbye]
They apparently changed the name from Peter Jennings Reports: Life in the Universe to Peter Jennings Reports: Seeing is Believing. It is pretty common for a name to be changed from what it was during production into something else for final publishing. It happens with books, movies, music albums, sitcoms... But, changes like this are done for a reason and might give clues as to where they are trying to direct the show.