posted on Aug, 4 2017 @ 07:04 PM
I think its the wrong attitude to have, that everything is a hoax until proven otherwise. I work the other way around, its real until proven
otherwise. The actual hoaxes are easy to spot, like giant ufos flying over a given area that only one or two people see and never make the news. Or
those animal like robotic creatures that just float in the air. Usually the blurry videos are real and that has to do with the ufo crafts magnetic
field that distorts the light around them. Its not a problem with someone's camera. How else would they hover, make sharp turns and accelerate at
unimaginable speeds without those magnetic fields? They probably use antimatter drives with elements like 115. Not nuclear energy.
Ufology is never taken seriously, not because of some or many hoaxes, but because for most people it just seems too far fetched. They have been
brought up to have faith in religions with nearly zero hard evidence, or just believe in evolution of animal life in the long run. Neither really
makes sense. Conversely with ufology and cryptozoology we have insiders giving testimony like bob lazar, phil Schneider, bill Hamilton, ed fouche,
Thomas castello and countless others I can't even remember, but for some "odd reason" its just too hard to believe. Nevermind that everything on this
planet is fake anyways whether it be politics, the economy, spiritualism, history, the reason for the wars, etc. But of course NASA is legit and we
should trust them. Eyeroll!
Skeptic= doesn't believe aliens are visiting or have lived here for thousands of years.
Believer=believes every ufo is an alien craft.
Me=Some are alien craft, some are misidentifications, a few deliberate hoaxes.
edit on 4-8-2017 by TaxSlave74 because: minor edit