J. Randall Murphy
Thanks for the comment. I really do find the Golden Age and Early Modern Era of Ufology to be the most interesting, but I also understand how people already familiar with it could be tired of hearing the same old - same old, over and over again. The problem these days is that the quality of evidence required to get above the noise is so high that the average citizen like you or I aren't going to make any real difference unless the aliens openly reveal themselves and allow hundreds or thousands of people and TV stations to take HD video that can be independently verified.I was just listening to ATP and Randall your hide is pretty thick. Don can talk all the air out of a room. He probably talks in his sleep - and argues. Pedantic. When you get to something interesting related to the 21st century I'll be right here waiting.
Even then, we'd still need a mothership tour to confirm that it's actually alien, or there will be those who figure it's ours. Due to this problem I've almost given up on the whole subject and moved on to something else. All I can do at the moment is work on trying to foster respect for ufology by updating the USI website for those still new to the field, and by participating here and on the show when I have the opportunity. That being said, there are times when I feel there is a definite shift in the overall public perception of the phenomenon, and that perhaps disclosure isn't just a pipe dream. Like you, when they ( the one with the goods ) have something for us, I'll be here.