posted on Mar, 21 2008 @ 02:00 PM
Hikix, great point. I myself have been stymied by the search feature on a number of occasions. Many people class many cases similarly with tags, so
sometimes a search just narrows it down to 1 million or so articles, not easy to read through. Even the ATS search for 'Alien' provides WAY too
many hits for anyone to sort through in one sitting.
I performed an excercise when I first joined ATS, where I went through each case (100 pages of search results) for 'Alien' 'EBE', etc.
This thread is categorized and linked in my signature, and each case contains the source info (and relevant ATS threads) for each issue.
It's called: Compilation, The Evidence For EBEs. I find it much more useful to go through 7 or so pages of full reports than to sift through search
results. Also, for most entries in the thread I've posted either pics or video, so it also serves as a visual compendium.
At any rate, it takes all that info and breaks it down into a single sitting serving size, with all of the extra data (and duplicate threads)
categorized and linked.
I hope this thread helps others as much as it has helped me in my research.
Edited for spelling
[edit on 21-3-2008 by WitnessFromAfar]