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To quote a Chinese Proverb: "When someone shares something of value with
you and you benefit from it, you have a moral obligation to share it
with others", which is what I'll try to do in this article.
I have been working closely with my Webmaster, researcher Frank Warren,
www.theufochronicles.com and Aztec researchers Scott and Suzanne
Ramsey for the past 12 years, on various UFO cases, highly respecting them for their honesty and thorough
investigations. We have dealt with debunkers, skeptics and critics of
all sorts, and have even welcomed their comments, if and when, the
information they presented was factually worthy of review.
There is another, quieter element in Ufology, aside from debunkers,
skeptics, and critics. They are the hucksters who use other researcher's
work without doing their own; those who take from others' research, or
articles, and publish the work as their own (plagiarism). Then there are
still other scoundrels who market or sell researchers' works, such as
DVDs of lectures, books, or documentaries, without permission or
financial arrangements made with the researchers (piracy). I have
recently found that I am myself, a victim of piracy, and this is what I
feel a moral obligation to share with my readers . . .
those who take from others' research, or
articles, and publish the work as their own (plagiarism).
Originally posted by DoomsdayRex
I think no matter what side of the UFO debate one falls on, we can all agree scoundrels and predators like Bill Knell need to be thrown out. Great work, Mr. Warren!