Sunday, March 29, 2009

My comment to Alfred Webre' s Examiner article.

This is a classic example of what a "factoid" is.
Webre gives us this:

"There is converging objective predictive evidence, expert opinion, exopolitical policy analysis, and extraterrestrial contactee communications supporting a hypothesis that large scale “wild card” event(s), involving mass extraterrestrial (UFO) sightings or landings over major urban or other visible centers on the planet for peaceful purposes may occur during the period leading up to 2011-12 or beyond. "

The "converging objective predictive evidence" is a totally meaningless paragraph that means nothing at all.
However, Webre gives us this nonsense because he wants to plant memes. To create factoids built on meaningless rhetoric.
That is the "style" of Exopolitics after all.
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