December 16, 2002

"With what seems like an almost illimitable supply of documentaries on UFOs one begins to wonder what else can be said about these elusive craft. Out of the Blue breaks out of the paradigmatic mold and emerges as one of the very best films ever produced on this, one of the most interesting subjects in the history of science. Although I remain skeptical that alien intelligences have visited Earth (until someone can produce for me an alien spacecraft or body), I am convinced by sound reasoning and logic that we are not alone in the galaxy. Thus, Out of the Blue touches on one of the most intriguing questions any of us can ask ourselves: are we alone?"
 

Michael Shermer: Publisher, Skeptic magazine. Contributing Editor and Monthly Columnist, Scientific American. Author, Why People Believe Weird Things.

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Strong support from Skeptic Magazine:

Skeptic magazine publisher, Michael Shermer, endorses Out of the Blue, stating that it “emerges as one of the very best films ever produced on this, one of the most interesting subjects in the history of science.”