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This week on The Gralien Report Podcast, while “Flappy Bird” may have flown away to the great big bin for former fowl in the sky, other iTunes fixtures soon to be may include a new app designed for recording UFO reports… but are there others that already exist which may be well suited for the search while it’s in progress?
The Gralien Report Podcast for February 11, 2014
Then during hour two, we share a fascinating discussion with author and radio host Mack Maloney, who shares some of his thoughts on what makes radio entertaining, in addition to discussing UFOs and his latest book on the subject, Beyond Area 51. It’s a hot topic, and a great talk between Boston’s Mack, and the Mouth of the South.
And would we forget show notes?
Mack’s Books on Amazon in Kindle e-Book Formats:
The Official Site of Mack Maloney
Ancient Footprints, Oldest Beyond Africa, Found in England
New UFO Documenting App is Officially Launched on iTunes
One Reply to “The Gralien Report Podcast for February 11, 2014”
Mack Maloney – “I believe chemtrails don’t exist and are just a bunch of foolishness.! I think Mack suffers from confirmation bias. This is someone who when presented with facts, won’t even look at the facts. Won’t investigate and won’t even read information which conflicts with his opinion. The key words here are (don’t exist) which is a complete denial of the possibility. For example, someone saying aliens don’t exist. Also (foolishness) which is belittling to people who might consider the possibility.
I wonder would the EU Parliament be taking up time on an issue if there was not some basis in reality for it’s existence? http://www.europarl.europa.eu/sides/getDoc.do?pubRef=-//EP//TEXT+WQ+E-2013-008804+0+DOC+XML+V0//EN The EU has requested representatives from the American Government to attend these esquires and answer questions put to them, but America has refused to attend. Where there’s smoke, there can well be fire. I for one, was not impressed by Mr. Maloney’s flippant attitude, and I don’t think such an attitude is conducive to intellectual investigation. Janet Fitzgerald