Beyond a doubt, the naysayers of the world play an important role in helping to strike a balance between wild-eyed claims, and theories that seek to explain those claims. At the same time many skeptics pretty much just say no no no, with nothing really of value to offer except denials. Often the most important details of some event are ignored in order to make safe a skeptical, naysayers position. I think a number of members here are grand exceptions to this rule - one of the most noteworthy being Zoobyshoe, who works to find answers that might account for the claims; as opposed to simply denying that anyone really saw, or heard, or experienced anything. I thought the distinction was worth mentioning.