a reply to: Cydonia2012
Nothing personal, but I think this "view" is rapidly becoming dated. There are people in the world who presumably have no grasp of human psychology,
or cannot visualize it. Presumably these are the same people that persistently yell "pics or it didn't happen!". Really, it should be "pics because I
can't believe human psychological effects exist".
So you're out one night with your phone and then this giant green real alien jumps out in front of you, do you take a photo or do you piss yourself?
I'm pretty sure of which... No matter how hardened you think you are, when humans see something they've never seen before that defies everything
they've been taught - taking a photo on a #ty phone with awful Lux capability is the last thing on most people's minds, seriously..!
Perhaps if this witness had had a dashcam, there would be some evidence. But you simply don't understand the brevity of certain encounters if you
really think it can be snapped on a camera. Yes, when a small dot of light is hovering for 5 minutes in the distance, we see plenty of those videos.
Not a lot scary about that. But if it's something that's 50 feet away from you and the size of a football pitch, do you really, humanly believe it
would be as "easy" to capture as the tiny non-interfering dot in the sky was?
Think of a UFO experience of this nature in this light: You're climbing a cliff face and you lose your grip. The feelings you experience then are
similarly overwhelming. You are driving a car and a kid runs out in front of you and you slam on your brakes and narrowly avoid killing them, the few
moments after are as overwhelming. In both those high-octane situations the last thing you're doing is reaching for your phone. A final example,
you're face to face with a Black Mumba. Are you going to be reaching for your phone or keeping constant eye on its unpredictable nature? Same applies
when there's a gigantic object you've never seen or heard of before in your personal space.
Please, please try and apply some consideration of how perplexing and complicated those moments can be, and how "in control" people really are during
a fantastic sighting (they generally aren't). That said, I do believe something like dashcams may well provide some very cool evidence in the near
future, it didn't happen this time, and like many cases, you just have to rely on what's written. Take it or leave it - because that's simply more
mature than demanding pics, even questioning them is daft, why? Because it was clearly just an overwhelming experience if it really did happen. Seems
some people need that psychology in black and white before they'll even consider it.
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