Thursday, February 4, 2010

Manipulative rhetorics.

Richard C. Hoagland, in his web site called The Enterprise Mission, (touch of selling sf.) gives us some information about the Norway phenomenon.
He writes:

In the extended pre-dawn darkeness over Norway last December, as we have recounted in Parts I and II of this Report ... "something" truly amazing happened--

And reaction immediately divided into two totally opposing views:

Those who "bought" the official media story ... that "it was only another failed Russian missile test ..."--

And then ... those who thought "it just might be something else this time ...."

As we have shown previously, there can be little doubt at this point that a Russian rocket was involved.

First of all, Hoagland insults those who find the official story credible.

Then, he defines respectfully to thoese who choose his own hypothesis.

Finally (amazing..!) Hoagland also buys the official story.

Those who practice critical Ufology should consider these manipulative rhetorics that are totally alien to any kind of objectivity and seriousness.

The rest of course is Pataphysics. That is the "science of imaginary solutions." (if interested see Wilkipedia)

Also in the link below, you will find some definitions about the style of the Fringe Scientists , Disinformers and Conspiracy Theorists.