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IS ufology dead nowadays?

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posted on Feb, 23 2020 @ 01:14 PM
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originally posted by: Jay-morris
My example was not talking about a disc far away, but o e very close. Close enough so I can see every detail.
But you seem to be forgetting the Yukon UFO was seen close, in great detail, according to many of the 30+ independent eyewitnesses. They gave enough detail to create an artist's impression of the closely seen mothership:
Yukon


But it was in fact over 100 miles away, so how reliable is the perception that it was close? Not reliable.

Anyway there's no excuse these days when everyone carries a smart phone with them everywhere they go, if it was really that close they should have no problem getting a photo that's a lot more clear than just some undefined distant dot or blob and then we will have the photo and won't have to rely on unreliable witness observation alone.

As for the past, people didn't always have cameras with them and I see those old cases treasured when we couldn't say "why didn't they just snap a photo with their smartphone". Hang on to those old cases dearly, because in the modern era, the "no smartphone" excuse would be rarely accepted for such a close encounter. Just look at all the things we've seen smartphones capture that were never captured before, like cops beating the crap out of people; while not directly related to UFOs it is related to smartphones being everywhere, and capturing things photographically that were difficult to capture before, yet, still no close photos of UFOs (that aren't fake).

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posted on Feb, 23 2020 @ 02:04 PM
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originally posted by: rhynouk
When you sit down and think what we have seen and learnt about Ufology over the last couple years, you notice that there are a few photos and the odd video out there. But are we any closer to finding out some of these things are?

Not at all. What we have learned a lot more about is outer space and how vast and deadly it is, which has definitely dropped "extraterrestrials" a lot farther down on the list of things they might be. So that makes us even more clueless.


Are we any closer than those who have studied Ufology before us?

Not really. The only thing we have now is that we're no longer simply trying to get people to believe they exist. Pretty much everyone has to agree that something is there. So way to go, old timers. As to what those somethings are? All we have is some fuzzy conjecture.
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