He probably realized he couldn’t make a buck off of “discovering” the Billy Meier UFO contacts
As you can read in this article of mine, from two years ago, I was encouraged by, and encouraging of, Prof. Avi Loeb and his willingness to explore the possibilities of extraterrestrial life.
Fast forward and today we’re bombarded with Loeb’s ridiculous, unscientific and unsubstantiated claims about a piece of (until proven otherwise) space rock and the dimwitted media enthusiasm about it. For whatever reasons -perhaps including a burning desire to cash in on the now trendy topics of extraterrestrials and UFOs, etc. – Loeb apparently ignored (or was he inspired by?) the, freely offered, abundant, independently authenticated, still irreproducible information and evidence in the singularly authentic Billy Meier UFO contacts.
And just like in the story of the sycophants who fawn all over the emperor who has no clothes, a good number of journalists and publications have dutifully swallowed – and regurgitated – whatever talking points Loeb (and/or his publicist) have come up with to justify making a big, unwarranted deal about this sole image of ‘Oumuamua:
…which can, in no way, be confused with, or compared to, something like this pre-digital era photo – one in a series of nine – that Billy Meier took in 1976:
Nonetheless, Loeb is content to milk his 15-minutes, from the phonetically accommodating ‘Oumuamua (oh MOO ah MOO ah), so long as the dumbed down media, various journalists and the public are willing to lap it up. Never mind that the authenticity of Meier’s evidence makes it the most important true story in all of science and human history.
In an upcoming blog I’ll have more to say about the role of journalists, and others, who’ve willingly promoted all the unsubstantiated claims, with zero evidence, simply because…Prof. Avi Loeb came up with them, after probably realizing he couldn’t make a buck off of “discovering” the Billy Meier UFO contacts.
If there’s a dumber, greedier, more gullible population than that of planet earth…