posted on Apr, 18 2007 @ 08:31 PM
As I implied, in the real world life is messy. And it's simply not true to say, "He's ruined his credibility completely. The damage is done."
because, in the real world, we use a preponderance of evidence to draw our conclusions. If the standard the writer offers really was true, he/she,
along with the rest of us would have zero credibility.
It's also not true, demonstrably, because more and more people are determining the truth for themselves and, as a recipient of a huge amount of
correspondence from all over the world, I can tell you that such a conclusion is a minority opinion.
Of course, when you come down to it, proof is a personal matter, i.e. people decide for themselves based on their own review, and understanding, of
the evidence. For those who require that the case and Meier be false, fine, you needn't even bother to go any further. Really, why challenge any more
since it's obvious that no answer would satisfy and there'd always be another, "But what about this...?" For those who still haven't made up
their minds, going further is recommended...and all that it will cost you is your time.
And for those who continiue to cry hoax, etc. I'm sure I speak for many people who'd like to know HOW he did - and continues to do - it. I don't
mean armchair theories that are embarrassingly transparent in shedding light on the paucity of their proponent's thinking skills, I mean really
showing HOW it's all been done by...doing it yourself. And if one claims that the man has had co-conspirators then prove it. So far none have been
found or heard from in over 30 years, defying all predictable behavior on the part of people who surely would find it irresistible, to say nothing of
profitable, to blow the whistle and get their 15 minutes in the spotlight.
And all the presumed models for the six or so different variations of the UFOs - where'd they go, who made them, why haven't any movies even up
until today shown anything as clear as those ships flying around in broad daylight in Meier's films? What about the witnesses, who came from over a
mile away to investigate the booming sounds of the UFO that Meier and his wife (who actually is on film giving a very detailed description of her own
sightings), how were they fooled for almost an hour - standing in the middle of an open field while they listened to the sounds?
The questions that I could ask YOU are far more vast and confounding than the ones about the dinosaur pictures.
Regarding the Asket photos, this is a response I got from Wendelle Stevens to a similar inquiry from another person several months ago:
The fuzzy photo of Asket, a DAL, was taken inside the ship in a room only about 10 feet wide, and well inside the jammed focus ring adjustment on
Billy's broken camera, thus the "fuzzy" out of focus reading.
As for the alleged, and never supported story that she was first a German Fashion Model, then Billy's brunette wife in a blond wig, and then finally
one of the dancer's in Dean Martin's program, all were quickly dispensed with by video split-screen imaging, where all can see that the faces simply
do not match any of those allegations. That should have been done by the proponents first, but of course they all knew better and did not need/want
such technology to interfere with their cute judgments.
All should do their own homework before making such silly allegations, or even accepting such.
Now, considering we've barely scratched the surface of the Meier case, do you really think that a one-armed man, on partial disability, living in a
rural Swiss village, raising a family, renovating a rundown farm house, while taking over 1,200 UFO photos, films and video, sound recordings, metal
samples and singlehandedly typing out 24,000+ pages of information, containing volumes of stunning, prophetically accurate scientific and world event
related information - actually has been pulling off a "hoax"?
[edit on 18-4-2007 by Mi
[edit on 18-4-2007 by Michael12]