The problem with an early Ramey memo disclosure
One can sympathize with Kevin Randle’s (and his pals') hesitancy to put forth what they have found, initially, as part of the effort(s) to decipher the Ramey memo, which has been David Rudiak’s bête noire for years.
Too many cooks shall spoil the broth, as the old adage has it.
But it’s more than that.
The UFO community is fraught with morons and unintellectual quidnuncs who, if they were to get immersed in the Ramey memo “research,” would merely muddy the waters with half-ass assessments and conjectures, me among them.
If Mr. Randle and his cohorts had an arena of thoughtful, intelligent bystanders, I could see them providing what they are working on.
But that is not the case, and Mr. Randle and his buddies are too circumspect to call jerks jerks.
Let’s just say it: the UFO community is a vast array of buffoons, a hotbed of crazy.
So, holding back what is going on with the Ramey memo decipherment is okay with me, despite my complaints about the seeming secrecy.