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Phenomena is a matter that social scientists must view in a very specific and cautious way Social scientists must have a balance of doubt and caution and willingness to perceive new ideas in order to be successful Doubt and caution is used when a specific issue is looked into more closely and it basically takes away the chances of one being too gullible A willingness to perceive new ideas is another way of saying to be open-minded which is a trait that is definitely needed Many examples depicting this balance have been reviewed Below is a glimpse into some of these examples followed by a personal evaluationIn 1975 in White Mountains Arizona several loggers released their testimonies about an alien abduction This incident was the subject of case study three and also made into a movie Fire in the Sky After reading and viewing the above numerous factors support the loggers testimonies While these six men were listening to the radio on a drive home the radio suddenly didnt come in as a result of being near this UFO This unknown structure radiated red lights all throughout the sky Amazed by what he saw Travis Walton got out of the truck and approached the unidentified Mike Rogers and his four other crew members watched Travis get thrown into the air and land harshly back on the ground Disturbed by what they saw the rest of the crew left the scene As a result of being nervous and worried about Travis Mike soon returned to the place of encounter but he was amazed to find out that Travis was gone For five days Travis was missing and the crew members claim he was abducted It wasnt until Mike received a phone call from disoriented Travis that hope of Traviss survival came about Mike and a few others quickly responded to the call to get to Traviss side very quickly Traviss mental state which entailed his being
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