Talk:Society for Scientific Exploration

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There are a few parts of this article that I think are not displaying a NPOV. They are sourced often to the organization who this article is about.

  • "and may be ignored or inadequately studied within mainstream science." - inadequete according to whom? Some might say they are studied too much.
  • "they are often written by scientists with impressive academic credentials," - Impressive how? Why are they impressive?
  • "the mainstream scientific community has deliberately ignored all of them" - I don't know how one can say that the mainstream scientific community "deliberitely" did something unless it was the community saying that.

Perhaps these could be changed into quotes to point out the POV they are coming from? Either way I didn't want to make a change because I'm in a discussion about this topic elsewhere and I don't feel like it would be appropriate for me to make these changes. So I'm putting up a RFC. Chris M. (talk) 18:59, 5 October 2010 (UTC)

The citations for the statements don't support them. -- (talk) 23:26, 1 October 2012 (UTC)