I watched this show last night and i must say I cringed at times because although Mary knows much from people who have had first hand experiences with Ets and Ufos, she lacked the fundamental arguments to refute her sceptics.
In an age where "Seeing is believing", third person testimony simply is not good enough for most people. At times she is exactly how the media who Ufo investigators to be portrayed - as a crackpot with no evidence to backup here extra-ordinary claims.
If i was at that panel at the university with Mary where she spoke I would have totally nailed that professor who unnecessarily tore Mary's argument to pieces - talk about defending his ego!, that poor lady had nothing to came back to him, yet he kept putting her down - this is not a uncommon response however as the majority of scientists fear accepting the Ufo topic cause it would involve re-writing everythign we know about physics and interstellar travel .
If Mary had done her research (or read this blog) she could have brought up some topics like how numerous generals and former US Air force officers recently came forward to give testimony about their Ufo sightings over naval and nuclear installations - you can't dispute evidence from credible witnesses with sworn affidavits, and how leading scientists and even people like Steven Hawking have come forward recently saying that the probability of intelligent life out in the universe is so high now, its a likely fact.
They did discuss that Indian scientist Ragbir Bhathal from Australia who found that laser signal but they failed to discuss the most important fact that 2 months ago NASA found the first earth like habitable planet outside our solar system extremely close to where this signal was detected!
However there are points about Mary and some of the people she came across that are great and her dedication to the Ufo topic is quite obvious and should be applauded.
In particular i was interested the parts where Mary talked to the second man who passed the lie detector test with his close encounter with a "tall blond ET being" and kept a hair of this being that was later scientifically confirmed via DNA testing as rare human/hybrid type DNA .
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Here's a piece of interesting footage taken from the documentary over crop circle in Glastonbury U.K which shows orbs over a crop circle:
Mary Rodwell is Australia’s leading authority on extraterrestrial phenomena, her son Chris Rodwell is a vet, a man of science and self-confessed alien skeptic – their relationship has reached a critical point and something has to give.
Mary’s beliefs led to the breakdown of her marriage and left a teenage Chris with some emotional scars, so the topic comes with baggage. Packing nothing but an open mind, Chris has agreed to enter Mary’s world via a road trip traversing Australia in order for her to attempt to convince him that the truth really is "out there" and that aliens exist, or she must never discuss the subject with him again.
Mary plans to leave no stone unturned in her efforts to convince Chris. They will meet a host of colorful characters from alien contactees to skeptical scientists. They will take part in a heated debate with university professors, put key witnesses under pressure with polygraph tests and scour the country for concrete evidence of extraterrestrial life.
Along the way they will argue until they are blue in the face about who is right, and for Mary, this really is her last chance to prove to Chris that she hasn’t gone loopy and that there really are other beings in the sky above. This is the search for the truth to save a relationship.
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