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The Guardian Analysis Dr. Mayis quite strange. It purports to be a refutation of the Guardian case and the casual reader may well believe that the authors provided some evidence that it was a hoax perpetrated by "Guardian," whoever that is, and promoted, for money, by Bob Oechsler.
However, the alert reader will realize that the article presents no convincing evidence to show that either the witness testimony or the video constitute a hoax. Instead the article makes a number of unfavorable allegations about Bob Oechsler and tries to make it look as if the investigation was inept.
I was a consultant and active participant in portions of the investigation and I can state that the investigation was not inept. Furthermore, it is my opinion that the hoax conclusion seems unlikely to be true, considering the witness testimony, and is, at the very least, premature.
The reasons for my opinion of the Guardian case are outlined below. One of the allegations in the article is particularly disturbing to me, since it distorts my initial impression of the Guardian case. Oeschler sic had shown the tape to Bruce Maccabee and they agreed that what they saw was a UFO and should be investigated further I don't know how the author or Tom Theophanous could have known my initial opinion of the Guardian video since neither one talked to me about it.
Anyway, they are wrong. When Bob first showed me the video and the "documents" that came along with it I most certainly did not "agree" that what I saw was a UFO. My immediate impression was that, if it weren't a hoax, it was, at the very least impossible to prove true since Guardian was anonymous.
To the best of my recollection, Bob did not say that he thought it "was" a UFO.
However, he did indicate that it was intriguing and could bear some "looking into. I generally feel that a case without a witness is, at best, a waste of time.
The "documents" which Guardian supplied made it appear to me to be another of the "Nazi UFO" types of paranoid UFO literature that has circulated in the past.
The video, with no commentary, was difficult to understand. Nevertheless we did spend some time studying the video and we arrived at some tentative conclusions. We decided that the red lights were probably flares sending off smoke.
We could see what we supposed was the UFO with its blue flashing light on top. We could hear background machine-like noises and we could hear dogs barking in the background. I was particularly interested in the second part which starts off with the image moving rapidly around the screen.
The image becomes somewhat more stable and then one sees, on a frame-by-frame basis, the best images of the supposed UFO as it is silhouetted against light from the background flares.Dear Reader (And especially Martha McSally’s dog), As I often note, I increasingly tend to see the political scene as a scripted reality show in which the writers don’t flesh out the dialogue.
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