Bernard Haisch writes, "We scientists tend to think that weknow better than anyone else what is possible and what isimpossible, and that we of all people could surely not bekept in the dark for very long. Over the course of time Ihave learned how it would indeed be possible to maintaindecades-long secrecy on [UFOs] and why this might bejustified, concepts I myself once dismissed. Any scientistwho has not read a few serious books and articles presentingactual UFO evidence should out of intellectual honestyrefrain from making scientific pronouncements. To look atthe evidence and go away unconvinced is one thing. To notlook at the evidence and be convinced against it nonethelessis another. That is not science."
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