By Steve Hammons
Transcendent TV & Media
(February 8, 2014)
There seems to be an ongoing process of learning more, comparing notes, investigating and being open to valid new information and perspectives.
Many mainstream news organizations, national and local, seem to occasionally try to cover these topics in reasonable ways. Some individual journalists have covered UFOs well, whether it’s a breaking news story of a credible UFO sighting or more in-depth investigation and analysis.
The marked increase in TV entertainment programming on UFOs and other scientific issues appears to reflect strong public interest. Many media producers’ creative experiments are bringing important information on these subjects to audiences in effective ways.
Information and understanding about these leading-edge topics will most likely continue to expand in coming days, weeks, months and years.
It might not be easy or comfortable to deal with some of the facts involved.
There may be a challenging learning curve that we are all facing.
This may be part of the reason why these kinds of scientific topics are so delicate, and why appropriate, gradual public orientation is so important.