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originally posted by: pigsy2400
Good work by the way...I do find it curious as to why you have left out the comments of TDL circa 2016 and leading into 2017?
Everyone should give Derrel Sims what? You didn't finish the sentence.
originally posted by: Jobeycool
a reply to: combatmaster
I think everyone should give Derrel Sims ....
Many thousands of people around the world firmly believe that they have been abducted by alien beings and taken on board spaceships where they have been subjected to painful medical examination... Given that such accounts are almost certainly untrue, four areas of neuroscience are considered with respect to possible clues that may lead towards a fuller understanding of the alien abduction experience.
Speaking for myself since I don't know if this applies to other ATS members, since 2017, TTSA UFO stories have been prominent, and someone said that they got about 70% of UFO researchers to sign non-disclosure agreements.
originally posted by: IsaacKoi
Here on ATS, there are still quite a few ETH proponents but I'd say that the number of people that think disinformation and/or secret projects are central to ufology have become a disproportionate percentage of the most active, long-term users (at least in the threads I follow the most and find the most interesting).
originally posted by: Blue Shift
The US government has repeatedly - over the last 70 years or so - said that they don't know what UFOs/UAPs are (hence the "U"), but after some investigation they don't appear to be either a threat or aliens from space. That's what they have disclosed.
If it's only disclosure when they say what you already believe, then you're not really looking for disclosure you're looking for confirmation.
originally posted by: ConfusedBrit
tale of TV writer and composer Robert Emenegger being asked by the U.S. Department of Defense to create the 1974 award-winning UFO documentary, UFOs: Past, Present And Future, the carrot being that the DoD promised him genuine colour footage of a 1971 (or 1964, dependent on which source!) UFO landing, featuring alien contact with personnel at Holloman Air Force Base.