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Ultimately, people believe what they want to regardless of the facts. Sometimes it seems the world is neatly divided between pinheads and visionaries. Although they may not succeed in convincing anyone but the like-minded that anything has or will come out of the "void," Storch and Dalicandro's "stakeouts" and methodology may soon place them in the spotlight for a long time. How about a TV show--and I think these guys should be the stars--like X-Files, based not on fear but on the reality of outer-space contact, both in its best- and worst-case scenarios? In a world society as fractious and foreboding as ours, wouldn't it be nice to give people something substantial to cling to? Perhaps direct contact with higher life forms would show us a better way before we annihilate ourselves.

Gene W. Edwards
Lakewood

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