posted on Nov, 12 2005 @ 12:36 PM
Exactly Spreadthetruth. It also doesn't explain the devices which were implanted and have been removed by doctors. I don't see how one can do a
fair study of alien abductions by only examining 19 alleged abductees, out of the thousands known to us. Sleep paralysis also fails to explain the
similarities among many abductees involving the general description of the aliens, their "space ships", and their methods of abduction.
They say sometimes that the simplest explenation is usually the correct one. In this case I don't understand why some scientists do more to find
excuses for these "abductions" than they do to try and prove the existence of aliens and these abductions. I think the idea that most of these
people are telling the truth and that they really were abducted is the most plausible explenation.
It's a shame that so many scientists, researchers, investigators, scholars, etc. are too afraid to risk their professional reputations by seriously
investigating these people's claims. It is partially because of these bogus excuses manufactured by debunkers in labcoats that more victims of alien
abduction are afraid to come forward and share their experiences. Too many people are not open enough and already have their minds made up about
aliens not existing. It's really sad because I believe that a majority of them would change their opinions if they had an open mind, and sat down
and looked at all of the evidence that we have seen.
There is something serious going on here. I believe it is aliens and I believe they are abducting humans, possibly with the permission and support of
our government(s). To a much lesser degree, I believe that it could be the government themselves that are behind this. But it is my firm belief that
the last thing this phenomenon is, is sleep paralysis.