Originally posted by ScienceGuyQFinding people that won't automatically assume you are part of the cover up will be hard here. Even I don't believe it, but I can at least understand what you mean. With NASA being the public wing of space exploration, anything and everthing the public learns about space will come from them. Those that work on black budget operations certainly aren't obligated to tell the public anything. NASA is. So we work with what we got.
I'd be far more willing to acknowledge the possibility of UFOs zipping around our shuttles if the only people proposing he theory also weren't calling my a liar and part of a cover up to start.
As I said in another post, NASA guys aren't keeping quiet on a cover up, they are just ignoring the groups who make gross assuptions about them or call them liars.
The current attitude toward government secrecy is very interesting to me. In all the shouts of ETs and supernatural stuff, has anyone thought that while more mundane the real secrets are MUCH more important?Real secrets such as? A government for the people and by the people (and paid for by the people) should not keep the people in the dark if indeed something of this magnitude exists. Which I and many others have not only have seen, but continue to see and read quite credible reports and information on it. Would such a secret destabilize society? I don't think its our government's right to make that decision for us. We aren't babies.
[Edited on 15-1-2004 by heelstone]