posted on Jan, 21 2015 @ 08:44 PM
a reply to: Shamrock6
Not exactly investigative journalism though .. Seems more like a fun story perhaps to fill in a slow news day .. But as usual when it comes to main
stream media reporting on topics such as these, the context appears more tongue in cheek, as opposed to taking it seriously and trying to get to the
bottom of what is going on.
I'd say not far off trying to paint the sharp eyed people who ask questions, as 'tin foil hat wearing whack jobs' . perhaps not as colourful as
.... making out many mistook a piece of dust as proof we are not alone ... that type of news writing just annoys me .. thats just using words
to twist things and make a mockery in the space of a sentence.. and soo many people just swallow stuff as ludicrous or laughable if the context of the
article tells suggests so .. i guess being human, i am also susceptible to this
The object was later identified as being either a speck of dust or a lens flare from the sun.
That didn't stopped some conspiracy theories arising though, with ufologists somewhat speculatively claiming it was proof that we are not alone in
And to back up my claim of bad journalism .. The grammar at the end there 'That didn't stopped some...' just adds to my perception of silly amateur
editing ... I realise my grammar isn't the best also .. I mean, i just started a sentence with the word 'And' .. thats apparently a big no no ...
but i ain't no amateur journalist who can barely string words together trying to disguise my ridicule of UFO conspiracy theorists ..
I dont see it as a report on what NASA did .. It's a report in the fact that some are suspicious of it ...