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A Guide to Modern UFOlogy

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posted on Sep, 9 2015 @ 09:45 PM
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originally posted by: Zcustosmorum
a reply to: ultimafule

The point with the UFO subject, no matter how you view who is what, is that it's real, still unexplained even after all these years and still not being properly addressed by those in government.

You forgot to categorize yourself by the way


Just what is it that your similar-thinking brothers/sisters-in-arms want from Uncle Sam's employees who are as dumb as the next person regarding UFOlogy? Do you really think that there is information that government employees know that the Average Joe doesn't? Most of the members of this and all other UFO/alien forum know way more than any government employee does. There will never be "disclosure" because there is nothing to disclose. No one in Uncle Sam's arsenalo of dodos has any idea what UFOs are, let alone alleged aliens. They are too busy trying to look busy so that they don't lose their jobs. Or theyre somewhere on the planet either creating havoc or actually doing the assassinations or getting dumbells to do it for them. War is more interesting that dealing with millions of reports for that's all that's generated.

Keep moving, please, no UFOs or aliens here.




posted on Sep, 9 2015 @ 09:56 PM
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a reply to: Uggielicious



Keep moving, please, no UFOs or aliens here.


Aliens, where? Haha, you mentioned that, not me.

Get real, even a skeptic who actually puts in the time to examine UFO reports should have the sense to realize that the truly unexplainable reports deserve more investigation.

Do you personally think if you ignore the subject it will just disappear?



posted on Sep, 9 2015 @ 10:15 PM
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originally posted by: Zcustosmorum
a reply to: Uggielicious



Keep moving, please, no UFOs or aliens here.


Aliens, where? Haha, you mentioned that, not me.

Get real, even a skeptic who actually puts in the time to examine UFO reports should have the sense to realize that the truly unexplainable reports deserve more investigation.

Do you personally think if you ignore the subject it will just disappear?


The subject of UFOs cannot be discussed without mentioning aliens, they go hand in hand. But let's not dwell on them now. It doesn't matter " who actually puts in the time to examine UFO reports", you have to realize that the event is over and the report was made immediately or a period of time later. There is nothing to investigate. There is no one to investigate. When an "investigator" investigates he/she is dealing with hearsay (information received from other people that one cannot adequately substantiate; rumor.). There is nothing to take to the bank. It used to be that file cabinets were overflowing with submitted typed reports. Now, it's hard drives.

A skeptic would be wasting his/her time investigating UFO reports. A skeptic can be more usable investigating claims that have a good probability of a solution. Richard Hoagland made a claim. I tackled it and showed him to be a hoaxer. That's constructive skepticism.

UFO reports? Not worth the time except to UFO book authors who relish them as a source of income without having to provide evidence. Is that right Mr. Friedman?



posted on Sep, 9 2015 @ 11:45 PM
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a reply to: Zcustosmorum





Get real, even a skeptic who actually puts in the time to examine UFO reports should have the sense to realize that the truly unexplainable reports deserve more investigation.

Do you personally think if you ignore the subject it will just disappear?


Yes, I think that is their plan.
Well, not just ignore, but to scream and shout that it isn't real as loud and long as possible.
That should do the trick. I'm sure the aliens will all just go away.
If that doesn't work, well, there's always attacking witnesses and astronauts.



posted on Sep, 10 2015 @ 01:42 AM
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The subject of UFOs cannot be discussed without mentioning aliens, they go hand in hand.


What planet are you on? (pun intended).

That is just ridiculous, and the biggest form of ignorance i've read on here to date.



posted on Sep, 10 2015 @ 03:17 AM
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originally posted by: Scdfa
a reply to: Zcustosmorum





Get real, even a skeptic who actually puts in the time to examine UFO reports should have the sense to realize that the truly unexplainable reports deserve more investigation.

Do you personally think if you ignore the subject it will just disappear?




Yes, I think that is their plan.
Well, not just ignore, but to scream and shout that it isn't real as loud and long as possible.
That should do the trick. I'm sure the aliens will all just go away.
If that doesn't work, well, there's always attacking witnesses and astronauts.


Isn't it convenient that at the same time these people that attack witnesses and astronauts, have their head so deep in the sand, that they are missing all the relevant evidence -landing sites where magnetic, radiation, and tiny metal spheres that are still unexplained in conventional terms-

in the top soil within the landing imprints are found, and biological changes to plants, trees, like increased levels of compounds found within them that are not in the vegetation elsewhere, and also sometimes more than just traces of metals found with isotopic ratios that do not exist in this solar system naturally, and sometimes manufactured alloys found with the same isotope values that aren't indigenous to the SOL solar system,

While they insist none of these things are there.

Well gosh, I wonder how they missed all of that. Yep, the head being in the sand like that tends to be an endowment of ignorance for the ostrich doppelgangers we have at ATS. But like the Ostrich, the ones trying to be skeptics or a debunker with such fervor often forget, is that even with that head planted in the sand, like a gone to seed turnip, (harder to dig up with more roots holding them in there), that the evidence and reality they are squawking for, still exist above the sand they find so comforting, but naturally passed right on by. Living like that having a false sense of security is more to me like a real mental illness, a blocking out of things still feared, and truths untold, is living in perpetual childhood.

Your posts are brilliant as always Scdfa, And they always get me smiling again, keep it coming. Oh, the other night you asked if I knew anyone like that McGaha (when I say his name I throw up a little bit each time) here at ATS and I had a long post to answer, and somehow was nuked, or maybe it went through, I'm under slept so..but it's a resounding yes, and we both know who without even having to voice the name, right? Yeah him haha, talk about weak in the knees debunkers eh? An all time all-star of team zero with a batting score so low, they had to give him a riding lawn mower to get to first base.. Yep, that's him.!



posted on Sep, 12 2015 @ 02:34 AM
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a reply to: NoCorruptionAllowed





Your posts are brilliant as always Scdfa, And they always get me smiling again, keep it coming. Oh, the other night you asked if I knew anyone like that McGaha (when I say his name I throw up a little bit each time) here at ATS and I had a long post to answer, and somehow was nuked,


Funny how that happens, isn't it? Criticism of that person doesn't last long, for some reason.

Your posts are great too, you know what's really going on, both with the alien situation and with the orchestrated, professional campaign to sway public opinion.
Some people can't see through the smoke and mirrors, but you can.
Keep up the great work. History will prove you correct.




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