Here's how this game was played:
==============================================Holy shit! He intends to keep begging for the next FIVE MONTHS!
From: Jamie Ecosse
Sent: Wednesday, June 20, 2012 11:02 AM
Subject: Venus transit
Dear Mr Hoagland,
I donated what I could ill afford towards the planned trip to Egypt for the Venus transit HD measurements.
Since the trip never took place and no data was forthcoming I would like my money back.
Would you be so kind as to indicate how this will happen. Do you need me to set up a paypal account or something similar ?
To: Jamie Ecosse
Science does not happen overnight.
I have been working (literally) around the clock, for weeks, preparing a substantive Report on our first Eclipse results for a new post on Enterprise; the Venus Transit data -- which WAS acquired successfully two weeks after the Eclipse, just not in Egypt -- will follow after that.
The Egypt trip is still being planned, to measure the torsion physics of the Pyramids; merely the date has been moved back (now, to closer to the December, 2012, Winter Solstice Galactic Alignment) -- as I continue gathering the financial support to make that happen ....
After you have SEEN the spectacular results of what we recorded from both the Eclipse and the Transit, if you still want your donation returned, that will be arranged.
I just want you to realize that ANYTHING worthwhile in science, certainly something this "paradigm busting," takes time -- time to properly analyze and even begin to understand, let alone time to prepare the first results for publication.
I look forward to your reaction to what you helped us find ....
Thanks for this, Jamie, and if Hoagland's "report" ever appears I sincerely hope you'll give him the reaction he's so looking forward to.
Meanwhile, the Science Adviser himself is posted to appear on Coast-to-Coast AM tomorrow night, telling us about anti-gravity spaceships and free energy generators (also known as "bullshit science".) Since I recently wrote that C2C had apparently banned him from begging on the air, I fear I may be about to eat my words. Since it's barbecue season, I'll have some guacamole to help them down. Actually, in a few minutes I intend to have some guac with or without words. Cheers.