UFO Conjecture(s)

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

The interest in the Kodachrome "Roswell/alien" slides?

Despite the call for surcease in the Kodak slides story (or circus to some), one can see from the visitors to this blog that UFO folks are intrigued by the controversial topic:
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The story, as messy as it has become, still resonates like no other in the UFO pantheon of tales, because Roswell is allegedly involved?

We UFO bloggers are loath to keep at the story but here it is, important, in one way or another, for skeptics, ET believers, UFO buffs generally, and UFO quidnuncs.

Let's hope it dies down soon as it is time-consuming and irrelevant to the UFO phenomenon itself; it really is.

RR

8 Comments:

  • It looks like the deniers and the fake skeptics are getting desperate. You see people like Lance believe so strongly that the phenomenon can't be real therefore it must not be real, and no matter what evidence there is to prove it, they won't accept it.

    By Blogger TurkeyCasebook, at Tuesday, February 10, 2015  

  • @TurkeyCasebook

    Your level of reading comprehension can best be described as "blindness."

    The vast majority of UFO believers and buffs at the high-profile UFO blogs are tearing apart the slides story as presented so far.

    YOU are getting desperate.

    By Blogger Terry the Censor, at Tuesday, February 10, 2015  

  • LOl..What exactly is a "fake" skeptic? Hmmmm....Skeptics that secretly believe in any old tale and then play pretend with their opinions?
    This comments fits the logic behind this presentation makes it perfectly acceptable. Perhaps a fake skeptic could be the premise behind the dog and pony show?
    Heaven forbid. The universe would implode.

    By Blogger Bruce Duensing, at Tuesday, February 10, 2015  

  • Terry you demonstrate distinct characteristics of Pseudoskepticism.

    You have a weak argument so in your desperation you result to ad-hominem which means responding to arguments by attacking a person's character, rather than to the content of their arguments. When used inappropriately, it is a fallacy in which a claim or argument is dismissed on the basis of some irrelevant fact or supposition about the author or the person being criticized.


    By Blogger Turk OVNI, at Tuesday, February 10, 2015  

  • Characteristics of pseudoskeptics:

    1. Denying, when only doubt has been established.

    2. Double standards in the application of criticism.

    3. The tendency to discredit rather than investigate.

    4. Presenting insufficient evidence or proof.

    5. Assuming criticism requires no burden of proof.

    6. Making unsubstantiated counter-claims.

    Now you know what a fake skeptic is. Any more questions?

    By Blogger Turk OVNI, at Tuesday, February 10, 2015  

  • My last comment towards Terry is in regards to the slides that nobody has seen yet.

    The reason nobody is debunking the slides is because they have not been released yet.

    Only within the Pseudoskeptic or fake skeptic crowd are people scrambling together altered images, copies of copies of copies, while the rest of us are waiting until May.

    By Blogger Turk OVNI, at Tuesday, February 10, 2015  

  • To wait now, Turk, is like hoping the Titanic will come back from its maiden voyage.

    You're waiting for a ship that isn't going to show up.

    RR

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Tuesday, February 10, 2015  

  • @Turk

    Your mode of argument can best be described as "projection."

    And "accurate description" is not the definition of "ad hominem."

    You're a hoot.

    By Blogger Terry the Censor, at Tuesday, February 10, 2015  

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