posted on Dec, 23 2016 @ 01:32 PM
a reply to: humanoidlord
You kind of lost me on pretty much your whole post. First of all, ufology isn't dead, because ufology has to first be alive in order to die. For any
"ology" to carry a true breath of life, there must be a very well reasoned linear assembly of undeniable control derived facts that render an absolute
matter of fact knowledge base relevant to a specific subject. UFOs are one type of Fortean phenomena. Beyond that fact at this point in time there are
precisely zero workable factual conclusions that can be drawn upon concerning the identity of the UFO phenomenon.
I am sorry my friend, but more photos, or aggressive (irrational maybe?) potshots at them, are not going to definitively add anything to our
understanding of the phenomenon that we don't already have. Depending on appearances alone to solve the UFO enigma is kind of like trying to prove a
court case concerning the reality of Santa Clause buy showing the jury a number of photos of kids on Santa's lap from the nearest shopping mall. You
are in fact hopefully aware that our military has, at point blank range no less, fired numerous times on UFOs, including ballistic missiles ? Not a
wise course of action to say the least.
Certainly there is an abundance of speculation based mythology and topically relevant guesswork concerning UFOs. None of which has yielded any real
subject matter relevant knowledge. The UFO phenomenon is very much like your "strange dream". When one derives purposeful directives from a dream
inspired by topically applied speculations (relevant correlations based on an applied fantasy) one is apt to chase one's tail indefinitely. Such is
the original nature of your described cartoon dead beast "ufology". The only reason that you think of ufology as being dead has little to do with real
value judgements of intention, merit, or purpose. It's a subconsciously derived hand me down meme that has itself been bashed on the rocks of
frustration and utter exhaustion to the point of a stark annihilation of phenomenal identities.
The UFO problem is not one concerned with any ufological revival. Quite the contrary.
There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio,
Than are dreamt of in your philosophy.
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