posted on Apr, 24 2013 @ 12:12 AM
Originally posted by BullwinkleKicksButt
Originally posted by gortex
I've researched it , Have you ?
What have you researched?
Have you personally met the guy?
You don't need to personally meet a fraud to discover they are a fraud. There is plenty of examples laid out on this forum about Greer. Once you show
fraudulent activity, engage in snake oil selling, or do anything of the like, you put into question everything you have said/done previously.
Greer's character has shown, his lies have not held up under scrutiny. And if you really wanna keep bite his bait, you can pay the 1500 bucks or
whatever it was to go "UFO watching" with him.
Now, some might say that fraud doesn't negate all previous work, however, that only really applies in the scientific community. As something in an
early scientists career, that can be reproduced exactly the same as they had the first time, would have no bearing on some later fraud or fib.
When you are dealing mostly with word of mouth, hearsay and opinion, fraudulent activity nearly wipes your entire portfolio clean.
On topic, where/what the hell happened to the page of this supposed DNA test. Not sure I've seen this story before, the links are working.
I'd like to note I'm not sure how convincing the pictures of the "Alien" are. I'd like to know more about the story but as I said, links aren't
Fraud that has dried up? Or, real deal that has been taken down?