posted on Jul, 22 2008 @ 05:16 AM
They presented their books to illustrate the fact that they have researched the topic and know enough to have written a book about it. This discussion
was not solely for the purpose of promotion.
This clip was actually on CNN's front page a few hours ago; I bookmarked it at work but then found it again via this thread. It's definitely
interesting and points out that if the military continues to fail to take the UFO topic seriously, it could be consider highly negligent if something
catastrophic happened as a result of a UFO encountering an armed warhead.
One portion of the show that concerned me was the re-enactment of the UFO shining a beam of light on the warhead (from the documentary 'Out of the
Blue'). It's usually considered responsible journalism to specify that it's a dramatization and is not the real deal. The first time it was shown,
it specified it was from the documentary, however the second time no source was cited.
If this was done accidentally, it was irresponsible. If it was left out intentionally, then there is an ulterior motive here in getting people hyped
up about aliens. I guarantee you that quite a few people thought that was the real footage. It makes you wonder on who's terms disclosure will take
EDIT: ...and can you please correct the spelling of 'Nuckes' to 'Nukes' in the thread title while you still have editing rights.
[edit on 22/7/08 by Evasius]