posted on Jul, 12 2007 @ 08:46 PM
I thought I'd give anyone here interested this link www.seti.org...
It's Seth Shostak's take on Roswell, Gazrok, if you're here you should read this.
Let me say at this point I have a lot of respect for Mr Shostak, he does a great service to science through his efforts in SETI. However to me it
seems that, reading this article, I get the feeling that he has a lot of emotional investment in needing to think that Roswell is not unexplained.
It's understandable, if it was ET
then it would be obvious to him that ET does not want to be found, that his Government is denying science this information, the same government I
might add that closed down government funded SETI. His job would be worthless then maybe in some eyes.
I am also a little puzzled that a man who goes to the trouble to pour derision on this event in print with no prompting but his own would insist that
this event has no significant meaning to him.
I will stress again I have a lot of respect for him and do not want to start a 'call Shostak something nasty' thread, I'm just wondering what you
good people out there, who have more than a passing knowledge of Roswell think of his approach to it.