posted on May, 18 2005 @ 10:28 PM
Originally posted by Flinx
What really ruined the whole thing was when they brought out Clifford Stone. I just covered my face and imagined the embarassment of the other,
legitimate military witnesses on the panel. When he started talking about the 57 alien races and hundreds spaceship crashes that he's been to...god.
Greer ruined any chance he had of making progress by bringing out that flake.
[edit on 5/18/2005 by Flinx]
Flinx you are so right... this guy seemed to me so phony that I to got embarrassed too. But beside him are a few suspicious speakers. Hartland Bently,
John Maynard defense intelligence, and Dr. Carol Rosin the lady with the white hair. To me these people sound like charlatans, or they are probably
Government Agents. They sure did a good job at down playing the whole event. And as for the ARV Vehicle, it might be true, it looks like something
the Government would have built in the 1950's though it's probably decommissioned. I wonder how do the new gov UFOs look like today?
Anyway I can't let these rotten apples ruin the fact that Greer is probably doing the right thing. He seems levelheaded and is very intelligent, and
I don't think that he is a dis-informant, because if he where, he would have been the first in line to be used in the mocumentary perpetrated by
Peter Jennings "Seeing is Believing". I truly Believe that if Greer was an agent, this program would have used him to cause some serious hurt to the
UFO community. If he is doing it for profit, this to me seems unlikely, I think that doctor’s make a pretty god living. What I do think is that
Doctor Greer is to passionate, he lets his emotions interfere with his work, thus if someone with a little credibility claims something big he wont
think twice to have them say there story, and most likely would not do a thorough background check. And this is what is truly killing his credibility.