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Originally posted by Crakeur
These docs are all FOIA docs but there's a distinct connection that has not yet been picked up on and there's a lot more to the docs we have than you'd ever imagine and I'm going to go out on a limb and say that some of the docs might now be unattainable via the FOIA request. Can't say much more than that but, suffice it to say, I went into Roswell with the mindset that I always have, this is nonsense and I'm going to get a headache reading ancient texts that are mostly illegible.
You see, it is my personal opinion that it's not the public who isn't ready, it's the MSM, the people who have careers and reputations on the line. No serious news person is going to risk their job and credibility on anything that can't be vetted.
Originally posted by Bhadhidar
Springer, I don't know if it would be of any help, (You probably have lots of media contacts drooling already!) but if/when you guys come up with something showing solid provenance, I'd be happy to vouch you to a local TV anchor I'm on first name basis with.
You're right it'd be best not to try to bias this, it serves no purpose other than to later be shown to have jumped the gun with false assumptions (again)...
Originally posted by yeti101
please for the sake of credibility drop roswell.
in a recent survey of 10 ufologists only 1 of them named roswell as an important ufo story- that ufologist was stanton friedman which says it all.
No "axe", no "fight" Ryan, just historical facts, if you don't recall that's probably a good thing. I see zero benefit in dragging it up again.
My point was simple, let's wait until we can reveal what we have and THEN make judgments rather than speculating as to whether we are savvy enough to know what we have and casting doubt before anyone even sees it.
In any case, the evidence will speak for itself and that's the BEST part of the whole deal.
More often than one can whistle the theme from "The Twilight Zone", what seems "kooky" today is often regarded as "common" tomorrow.
Twenty-some odd years ago the idea of an inflatable spacecraft would have gotten you laughed out of most "serious" aerospace firms.