posted on Jul, 7 2014 @ 11:14 PM
I believe if you go back over your thread so far, you'll see several people saying the same word over and over:
While I'm not sure exactly why you picked 2012 as a date, the fact is, we (everyone around the world who have internet access) have been bombarded
with all things UFO.
I too can remember as a kid (back when dinosaurs walked the Earth and Jimmy Carter was president) that if you wanted to know more about UFOs you had
to go to the library, get some books, buy magazines, and if lucky, catch a docu on TV.
But now, for at least the last decade and a half, you have any and all things UFO at your finger tips. Any case, any sightings, any docus, anything
there......and with YouTube and MUFON, you have almost instantly any new reports (be they fakes, hoaxes, confused, misidentified or the real McCoy) at
your finger tips.
It's not that "nothing" is happening. It's: you're overwhelmed and are now numb to the subject.
When I was young, and new UFO report was almost a treat, a treasure, something that you could say: "Well now there's something you don't see
But now......how many "new" UFO videos show up on YouTube?
We humans become "desensitized" to things when we become exposed to it over and over and over.
Can you remember a time when the only way to play an "video game" was to go to an arcade with a pocket full of coins?
Can you remember how neat and cool it was that people could walk around with a phone, or be driving in their car and use one?
In today's world, people are walking around with smart phones, with the power to look up damn near anything they need to on the spot, book hotel
rooms, buy plane tickets, hell, buy ANYTHING with that phone. They can look up a picture or take one. They can watch a video or make one......and
many, many more things, all with this very small, think rectangular object in their hands that would have freaked out people 20 years ago.
But now? Ha! Now we all take that wonderful and fantastic piece of technology for granted. The only time I see surprise on someone's face is when
they find out I don't have one! LOL!
That I think that is your problem (and for many others too). It's just not something that seems as special and as mysterious anymore.