The Roswell “Dream Team” is off to a bad start!
Kevin Randle’s blog, the epicenter of the new attempt by some Roswellian “experts” to get at the heart of the Roswell incident, decluttering it, we suppose, of all the erroneous and biased accretions the episode has acquired since about 1980, is immersed in another round of hyperactive back-and-forths of the old kind.
Skeptics Lance Moody, Christopher Allen, and Gilles Fernandez are contending with David Rudiak, the latest ufologist to join the sobriqueted Roswell Dream Team. Even open-minded Nick Redfern has been drawn into the fray, defending broadsides from Roswell neophytes.
Unfortunately the comments have descended into the same arguments that suffused Mr. Randle’s blog previously, several times actually, in the past few years.
If Mr. Randle and his gang of dreamers are to make a new mark – some inroads to the Roswell story that bespeak new information and new approaches – he (Mr. Randle) has to jettison the regurgitated arguments that David Rudiak has puked up again, to counter the skeptical effluvia that always drowns the Roswell event with biases as ugly as those fostered by Roswell ET fanatics.
The slate started out clean, but has now been muddied by the same old, same old stuff that all of us are so damned tried of hearing, ad infinitum, ad nauseum, ad eternum.
Mr. Randle has got to shut his portal until such as time as he and his team can provide something completely new about the 1947 matter.
If he doesn’t do that, he will scuttle an opportunity to garner a thoughtful and intelligent new appraisal of Roswell, one that isn’t beclouded by the detritus that Rudiak, Sorcerer, CDA, Moody, et al, keep shoveling on to the plate of intellectual research and rediscovery.