Surely accepting falsehood over fact is what this whole "debate" is about?
Given how Transdiffusion's whole reputation is built on accuracy, I'm a little surprised that RJG's stance (and I have a lot of respect for him and Transdiffusion in general) isn't more sympathetic to people who are looking for some provinence to this material, especially in the age of CW1976 and his ilk muddying the waters with crap mocks which, with the greatest of respect, is what some of the material in this thread looks like.
That said, I'm personally happy to take the word of people like RJG, Al Dupres etc at face value. If they are saying they know where this stuff has come from and it is genuine, that is good enough for me.
But I don't think a bit of skeptcism is a bad thing. Enough people have been caught out by mocks in the past that trying to corroborate whether something that has appeared out of the blue and doesn't look quite right is genuine is no bad thing.
Write that down in your copybook now.