Two very valid points.
In response to Manta. Speaking hypothetically, if you were in the position of holding a secret that would mean your ultimate downfall if disclosed,
would you not wait until public attitudes change to an extent as would useful to disclose or if your back was against the wall, instead of just coming
straight out with it, in general governments tend to be slow about admitting mistakes and compromising situations.
I tend to agree with you about the disclosure of documents, but if need really did arise to hide documents, I think they would find a way to make sure
they were never released in public.
Here is a good sight for released government documents, if you haven’t already seen it, some interesting releases on UFO’s with most of them as
dead ends so to speak, but a couple of interesting ones, I’ll post up specific links later. Although be careful about the webmasters comments, he
tends to be a little biased.
To Waaa, true about the games industry, maybe I’m looking for something that isn’t there, so maybe I should change the pitch.
Maybe I’m going a little off track here but, would you agree that the demographic gaming trends in a round about way represent the possible public
reaction to an alien presence, a reaction of self preservation and resistance to the remotely possible notion of an alien threat, and if so is it
possible that this trend/themes was artificially introduced at an early point.