The Great Roswell Debate - Further Update
On August 13, 2007, I made an offer to Kal Korff and Kevin Randle to stage an all-expenses paid debate between the two of them about Roswell here in Halifax, Nova Scotia, with all profits going to American and Canadian veteran's charities. I put a one week time limit on the offer.
Major Randle accepted immediately. Despite e-mailing him directly, Mr. Korff chose not to respond. I assumed he might be busy, or thinking it over, so I extended the deadline to accept the offer by a further week... which ran out at Midnight AST last night (i.e. 4 1/2 hours ago).
All of this came about because Mr. Korff called Major Randle a "coward" because he wouldn't accept an offer to appear on the X-Zone to debate Roswell with Mr. Korff. Of course, Major Randle, who doesn't listen to the X-Zone, was unaware of that offer when it was made (because he was never contacted directly). Mr. Korff has no such excuse, because, as I said, the offer was sent directly to his e-mail address.
People can draw their own conclusions from all of this. As I said, not only did Major Randle immediately accept my offer, he also accepted a subsequent offer from Rob McConnell to appear on the X-Zone (the first time Randle had been formally asked), on condition that Mr. Korff also accept my offer to debate in person, and on condition that Brad Sparks, who has refuted the Project Mogul explanation favoured by Mr. Korff, also be invited on the X-Zone for the debate.
For my part, I'm a fair-minded guy, so I'll leave it like this - the offer is closed for now, but all Mr. Korff has to do is contact me directly (he knows both my e-mail address and phone number), and indicate that he is willing to accept my original offer, at which point I'll consider whether to proceed with the debate. So the door is still open for Mr. Korff to make the Project Mogul case in an indendently [sic] moderated debate with Major Randle.
All he has to do is call, and we'll go from there.