posted on Sep, 12 2005 @ 07:30 AM
Not sure if you saw, "Seeing is Believing", SpilledBeans. The show was one ridiculing remark after another. They implied that ALL abduction
experiences were nothing more than sleep paralysis or hokey hypnotist implanted memories and that the majority of UFO sightings were the moon. It was,
again, just plain ignorant. They had a guy from SETI on saying, "If I thought aliens were already here why would I be doing this?" I understand they
wanted to present a balanced view but seriously... that guy wouldn't have a job for all the credible sightings including those by people in the
government and military.
Also, along the lines of Roswell, I've always been a little touchy with that. They went into great detail about how the Roswell factor was hyped up
by writers and how people made money off of it. That's all very true, it was hyped. Something may have happened but maybe not. I wasn't there. I'm
in no position to say one way or another.
There were aspects of the NG show that tied UFOs to faith. Indeed many who have not had sightings and even some who have rely on some measure of faith
to believe that aliens are actually piloting theses vehicles. It’s a logical assumption. Allow me to tout the skeptics view and say that just
because something can’t be explained doesn’t mean that it’s aliens. But still to compare UFOs and aliens to religion is stretching the rubber
band a little far.
I suggest a watch of the Disclosure Project
for anyone in unwavering agreement with skeptics
and the majority of “Seeing is believing.”
On a lighter note I'd like to think aliens have already let the world know that they are here, they are just really really shy.