There is a serious problem with this website's posting methodology or lack thereof. The content is great because it is thought provoking, dont get me
Truth is only what you decide to believe. Many of the "reputable" people on this website will not believe anything unless a ufo landed in their back
yard, walked into the house, kicked him in the ***, then left him with documents and photos of the event as proof. This is a good example of people
who only believe something to be true if it meets all their personal requirements of belief.
The point im trying to make is, nobody can be particularly right or wrong. No pictures, documentation, or even video, can prove anything. Since the
advent of the internet, and the countless disinformation agents, there is a point and counterpoint to everything, and it is common knowledge that it
is easy with photoshop and cgi to make very believable media. Simply mash it all together, send it through low-quality compression, and voila! it
looks real! Or, at least real to those who believe in it.
There is no proof. There never will be. The only proof is what you believe it to be. Even if the aliens landed, i would personally believe it was a
mock secret government control move. Proof is a concept, and usually a "proof" is created only when the general population "believes together". It
doesn't necessarily make it correct, however.
For instance, the reptilian theories are held together by grossly pixelated youtube videos and splotchy history, the alien/ufo phenomenon could easily
and most likely be man-made, and the only thing for sure is that the government is the only entity that is even in a position to gleam the truth.
Anyone can say anything, and provide any media, but it is never truly provable, and ultimately only up to belief.
So, what do you believe in? that should be the new way to address all these issues.
Constant bickering is a phenomenon of blogging on the internet, and will never cease to amaze me. It only solidifies the need to define "proof" as
belief. If we could all agree to believe instead of prove, there would be alot less flaming and egoistic nonsense. There are far too many armchair
captains who think they are the center of the universe.