posted on Jan, 25 2018 @ 05:58 PM
a reply to: Lathroper
I agree. There are no aliens visiting here, and black projects are probably no where near as advanced as some here like to think they are. Sure
though, the government wants to keep everyone guessing.
There is also a strong photographic argument too. The technology has progressed significantly over the last decade or two, and you would expect that
there would be significant photographic evidence by now if any of it was true. In that time cameras that have gotten good enough to capture
for example are common place, and capturing fireballs, which was a relatively rare
thing not that long ago is now commonplace.
I don't buy the argument that they have "cloaking tech". If witnesses have seen them, then so can a camera. They either emit photons or block them. Of
course those with "inside knowledge" will claim otherwise, but offer no proof that they are in a position to receive such knowledge, or if they do,
you will have to attend a meeting where a hefty attendance fee is charged. The money changing hands alone should be a red flag..
Let's be honest, the "cloaking tech argument" is just a way to get around a very inconvenient question for the believers.
The other huge red flag is that when photographs (or footage) of claimed UFOs are analyzed, the vast majority can easily be shown to be mundane
objects/phenomena, which supports the proposition that people misperceive what they see in the sky on a regular basis. Cameras don't lie, so where are
the "high speed 90 degree turns", and all the other wild claims people make about UFOs?
There is only one conclusion a rational person can reach when the evidence is weighed up in an un- biassed way. Those waiting for disclosure will just
be waiting, and waiting.. and waiting some more.