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Originally posted by JimOberg
I saw it when it first aired. Most of it was soberly done, if relentlessly one-sided. He frequently indicated that the stories had no possible prosaic explanations and never even referred to, much less tried to refute, skeptical research that had been done over the years for many of them.
Teletext report sent to the Pentagon:
Originally posted by The Shrike
No one wants to have their bubble burst. It is far easier to believe fantasies than the truth.
"The opposite conclusion could have been drawn from The Condon Report's content, namely, that a phenomenon with such a high ratio of unexplained cases (about 30 percent) should arouse sufficient scientific curiosity to continue its study."
"From a scientific and engineering standpoint, it is unacceptable to simply ignore substantial numbers of unexplained observations."
Ronald D Story - American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics UFO Subcommittee -New York: Doubleday, 1980
"Probably the most striking discrepancy in the Colorado report, however, was between its contents and conclusions. Condon had concluded that science could gain nothing from studying UFOs. Yet, the report ended up with a near 30 percent unexplained rate, and a core of cases that came within a hair's breadth of being conclusive evidence for the reality of alien technology – cases which, under the most rigorous analysis, appeared to be the result of extraordinary craft in the skies."
Richard M. Dolan
Originally posted by Lasheic
There's very few programs I will watch on television, and none of them are on the "History" Channel.