Editor's Note: This is a guest post by Tammy Murray, co-host of Team Tazer After Hours and founder of Sweet Sassy Glassy Art.
This morning, I posted a article about David Paulides and gave my opinion about the theories he represented during the lecture series at the Science Museum of Oklahoma. Paulides saw my article and wrote the following statements in his blog:
The person who decided to attack my presentation stated the following about what was presented:
“Then things got weird when he talked of a person that saw a rectangular window open out of thin air and a Bigfoot step out of it, as well as orbs and other phenomenon, and that we should be open minded.”
The blogger either wasn’t listening or purposely didn’t want to hear what I was stating. I was explaining the contents of Kelleher and Knapp’s book. As I even stated in the presentation, some people will have a difficult time accepting what was described in the book and they will immediately discount the sighting without understanding the study.
If the blogger thought that was weird, maybe she should read the book and understand the study.
At the end of the Oklahoma presentation, this blogger approached me and asked if I’d be on her internet radio show. I didn’t recognize her or her name and asked who sponsored it. She stated a name of an internet blogger and you-tuber that regularly attacks anyone with an opposing view. I politely declined her request. She then asked if I’d tell her what journals have reviewed the paper, I politely told her that I was under an NDA and could not release that.
My opinion of the part of the presentation of the window opening and a Bigfoot jumping out still stands. It is weird.
When I asked you to be on a webcast that I co-hosted, you said, "I don't like to do webcasts because the people involved usually don't know what they are talking about." And when I said it was a Fan interactive webcast (not a radio show) sponsored by Team Tazer you said, "I don't want to have anything to do with those guys." In my opinion, that was not politely declining.
Regarding the following statement, "She then asked if I’d tell her what journals have reviewed the paper, I politely told her that I was under an NDA and could not release that." I did not ask that question at all. I realize there were many questions from different people in attendance and you may have confused this with another persons question.
My final paragraph is an expression of my personal opinion and not an attack. In addition, I thought the Missing 411 part the presentation was the most interesting and enjoyable.
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