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Why should people and media care about UFOs?by Steve Hammons
Posted: 11:32 February 29, 2008
Why should people and media care about UFOs?
When we read UFO news reports or see coverage of incidents on TV, such as in
Stephenville, Texas, some people may ask themselves, "How does this affect
What is the relevance of UFO encounters in Stephenville, at Chicago's O'Hare
airport, in the "Phoenix lights" case and the many other similar situations
going back decades, or maybe even centuries?
Do UFO reports affect our paycheck, our rent or home mortgage, our access to
health care and a good education for our kids or getting good people in
positions of leadership?
Do incidents involving UFOs affect global challenges such as war, poverty,
hunger, disease, overpopulation, injustice, oppression, deterioration of our
natural resources and other problems?
Should our media cover the topic in serious, responsible and professional
ways so we can become more informed?
These questions may be worth thinking about because there could be
National and global problems could be affected by changes in human
perception, understanding and behavior, which, in turn, can be affected by
new information and knowledge about UFOs and other unconventional topics.
With new perspectives and new information, we might find new solutions and
develop improvements that are helpful.
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