Intergalactic Investigative Reporter

Wednesday, August 24, 2005

The UFO Blog Coalition List

AionBlog - Shane

Alien Universe - Ron Tatro

Alien View Group - Alfred Lehmberg

AUFORN - Dianne Harrison

Cydonian Imperative - Mac Tonnies  

Debris Field - Lesley  

FallingLeaf Blog - J. Craig Beasley  

Kevin Randle - A Different Perspective - Kevin Randle  

MUFON DFW - Terry Groff

Nam et ipsa scientia potestas est - Frank Warren

Other Side Of Truth - Paul Kimball

OZ Files - Bill Chalker

Post Human Blues - Mac Tonnies

re: unidentified flying objects - Brad Hirn

RRRGroup - Rich Reynolds

Scoop Jupiter

Skywatch International - Jim Hickman

Super UFO

UFO Bits - R. Lee

UFO Collective

UFO Disinfo R Us - Stuart Miller

UFO Inquiry - Isaac Koi

UFO Network - Steve Hudgeons

UFO Reflections - Kyle King

UFO Secrecy

UFO Tools - Terry Groff

UFO Voice - Sheryl Gottschall

Ufology Research - Chris Rutkowski

Ufology - Stefano Landi

Weird Events - Norman Miller

Zorgrot Speaks

4 Comments:

Blogger An Historian said...

Hi Terry,

As you participated in the recent A-7/Kenneth Arnold threads at RRRGroup recently, you might be interested in this.
I'd be interested to hear your views.

Then again, I can quite understand you not wishing to get involved! I'm certainly sorry I did.

Monday, August 29, 2005 12:12:00 PM

 
Blogger Terry Groff said...

I did see the post and I'm waiting for them to turn up documentation of test flights of experimental craft at that exact time, date and location.

It just seems strange that after almost 60 years no one has put forth that theory. It would have been quite easy for the navy to say "Oh we were flying 9 experimental/test/secret planes from Whidbey at that time. Here's the documentation and flight records"

Monday, August 29, 2005 12:24:00 PM

 
Blogger An Historian said...

Oh yes, there's no doubt that they haven't come anywhere near providing anything approaching evidence for their theory. But that's what gets me about this whole thing: they must know full well that this is a lot for their readers to swallow, but have refused all along to provide any evidence at all (particularly on the A-7 thing!) Whenever somebody disagrees with them, they say "we'll have more evidence upcoming" or "we're not going to do the research for you" or, in essence, "you are too stupid or lazy to get this right" - and that's all. No evidence to back themselves up at all.

But, that's why I think that the whole thing is a troll - it's not a theory made in good faith, but an intentionally erroneous one designed to make everyone else run around in circles, trying to prove or disprove their silly statements. I was astounded when in the "part ii" article, they flatly stated that I had incorrectly identified the aircraft shown on their rrrgroup.homestead.com page, and that therefore they felt entitled to ignore me - as if that somehow meant they didn't have to answer my critiques. Anyone can check the identifications I made and can see that, well, I was right (which doesn't even falsify their hypothesis, as they have yet to specify the aircraft they think is involved). I think they realised that they tipped their hand with their unbelievable responses to me in that post, which is why they deleted all the comments and then restricted outsiders' comments - which I guess is some small victory. But I see they are still stringing poor Frank Warren along.

Perhaps I'm wrong, perhaps they are not trolling (though I think it would also explain Rich Reynolds' strange posts on UFO Updates as well as his blog - eg the way he alternately fulsomely praises someone and then says completely derogatory things about the same person). Maybe they just have a bizzare blindspot when it comes to things like "evidence" and "criticism". They wouldn't be the first! But at the veryleast, it rather puts the lie to all their impassioned flames of ufologists for their lazy research.

Anyway, I'm glad somebody else is keeping a critical eye on them!

Monday, August 29, 2005 8:38:00 PM

 
Blogger Lesley said...

Anyone know whatever happened to Kyle King?

I thought RRR had resigned from the UFO Blog Coalition? :-)

Wednesday, April 02, 2008 8:59:00 PM

 

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