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Those 'peace-loving aliens' haven't done much to help the millions and millions who've died since the last atom bomb was dropped in anger. They might have shown some disapproval for the killing fields of Cambodia or the sickening deaths of those in Rwanda.
The thing is, at which point does someone conclude 'aliens' and then infer enough of their motivation to describe them as 'good aliens' or 'peaceful
None of you should believe what I say
1. Yes, UFO's exist on Earth.
2. No, there isn't any physical evidence.
3. Yes, they have stopped an all-out nuclear war already by influencing minds and spirits and not by direct physical action..
4. Yes, we are them in the future or in other lives (so they aren't innately superior to us nor would they like to be treated as ones as that is against their core beliefs).
Then all the Hollywood movies, the 'grey' memes and not forgetting the 30 years of international UFO studies by air forces, scientists navies etc.
originally posted by: olaru12
I'm conflicted ....who to believe?
An astronount with bonafide credentials and at least some connection to people in the military that might know about UFOs....
Or our resident internet debunkers that have no credentials for much of anything other than an ATS membership.
Help me out here....
originally posted by: Kandinsky
a reply to: Chrisfishenstein
Whatever UFOs were, or weren't, there's no denying that the 'UFO age' had a major impact on culture. Enough to have 'UFO officers' at every major USAFB throughout the late 1940s and 1950s. Not to forget culture-changing movies like Close Encounters of the Third Kind.
If the UFO flaps were actually caused by aliens, they sort of effed up on the Prime Directive ethos...
Indeed, galaxies are so far away - as science has discovered - that at our present state of knowledge we can't physically cross them.