posted on Dec, 23 2005 @ 12:57 PM
But it sounds like some of you people believe in Yetis and Roswell and crop circles.
Have you ever closely examined the evidence both for and against Yetis, Roswell, and Crop Circles?
There are quite a few accounts of Yetis, and the idea of an undiscovered primate in one of the most remote places on Earth is hardly a crackpot idea.
If I recall correctly, the Silverback Gorilla was long thought a myth until discovered in recent times. The same is true with other cryptids....
Take the Ceolocanth for instance, thought extinct for MILLIONS of years, until someone caught a live one back in the 70s... Such is life.
I've laid out the case for Roswell in numerous and lengthy posts. The evidence is largely in support of the Mogul explanation being completely
bogus, and also strongly supports the recovery of an alien craft.
Crop Circles on the other hand, are (in my opinion), most likely the product of hoaxers, and this has been demonstrated in many cases. Yes, there are
researchers who will tell you that this bending is impossible, radiation, etc., etc., but the bottom line is, there's very little evidence to prove
these are not man-made, and even less linking them substantially to alien activity.