posted on Feb, 15 2005 @ 01:40 PM
For my own part, I don't think that the gov actually knows anything, but it does seem like that are hiding some things, in particular I am
thinking about the weirdness that gazrok mentioned, that Rosewell was all sorts of things, and then, all of a sudden a few years ago, they said it was
a test of crash dummies, of all things.
I suspect that they do put out disinformation tho, and that its either designed to encourage alien conspiracies, or unintentionally does that. And
that its being put out to keep actual secret projects, things like stealth bombers and whatnot, secret. So nothing necessarily sinister.
I tend to think that its unreasonable to think that there aren't organisms living elsewhere, and that they're'd probably be somethign like a
recognizable intelligence on at least one of those planets other than earth. But I think people undersestimate just how bizzare evolution can get,
and that there is not really any reason, other than vague references to 'small chance, but lots of possible places it could happen' type reasoning
to think that it'd be recognizable. I mean, somethign truly alien would be so bizzare, so unfamiliar, that you couldn't even dream it up,
even if you were HP Lovecraft on crack and channeling Carl Sagan.
I think that the evidence is against them being able to travel between stars. THe only things that are known show that its not
possible. However, whats known is probably a tiny fraction of whats actually out there, so 'who knows'. But basing estimations on 'who knows' is
So, there is no 'disclosure' because there is no real evidence of aliens or even their visitations to disclose, and that which is 'covered up' is
'normal' stuff that is merely 'top secret' and the like.