Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Another Astronaut Clark C. McClell comes out to say Et's are real

This is breaking news guys: According to website
Astronaut Clark C. McClelland, former ScO, Space Shuttle Fleet, Kennedy Space Center, Florida, 1958 to 1992 has apparently come out in support of Dr Edgar Mitchell saying he has had his own Et experience while on a space mission.
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Gary P said...

Just... Wow!!!

Anonymous said...

Fake, I hate to say.
This guy is trying to cash in.
look at what he is charging for the print rights to this.

Anonymous said...

Not Fake. Clark is a genuine guy. Spoke to him personally on the phone about htis story last month.

Endrid.D.Cold said...

Just because he is taking action for the loses he will no doubt suffer [for standing up and being counted], does not mean "it's a fake". I doubt very seriously that McClell would fabricate an alleged UFO incident just to sell a few photos. It doesn't make sense. He is about to lose his standing in his chosen profession, alienate [pardon the pun] his colleagues, his friends and most likely his family, open himself up for endless and cruel derision by mainstream scientists, media, and academics...well, the list goes on and on and on and on, etc. etc. etc. Cashing in huh? I think not.

Anonymous said...

to the first anon guy:

You reasoning is false, it's non sequitur.

Asking $500,00 does not constitute proof it's not the truth. period.

Nice mental gymnastic though.

l2 said...

And you read the story, did you need to pay $500 for it? I don't think so. I didn't.

It's only for commercial uses that he 's charging, and why shouldn't he.

Sounds to me you are exhibiting a classical case of 'holier than thou' attitude.

Anonymous said...

I want this guy to be true as well, I just won't rush in and accept what he says.

"Asking $500,00 does not constitute proof it's not the truth. period."

It's from commercial use that he will make money, otherwise why charge for the reprint rights to the information?

It certainly doesn't fill me with confidence when his website is a self promoting money gathering exercise. Perhaps a skeptical approach to his claims is warranted.

What losses do you think he will suffer? Have you any idea?

l2 said...

For breaking military secrets could mean very nasty things to the person who is doing it.

Ranging from fines, jail-time, loss of pension, etc...

So I really think he does not have 'nothing to lose'.

Sure we need to be skeptical and investigate this further, but we shouldn't reject it out of hand either.

I was reacting to the first anonymous guy doing the latter.

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