posted on Jun, 10 2008 @ 01:27 PM
reply to post by NGC2736
heh! You have thought about this some. I have too.
To the OP, good thread!
I once left home without a camera, just a short trip. Along the way, saw a waterspout, a HUGE waterspout. Beautiful. Once-in-a-lifetime thing,
with the colors in the sky and all. So, I never leave home without it. I also carry 3 or 4 memory cards, extra battery, filters etc. All encased
in a me-proof Pelican case.
Now, if your EBE is still alive, well, that changes things a lot doesn't it? I mean a LOT. Do you render aid? I hope the answer is yes. What
takes precedence...... rendering aid or photographic evidence? I have to say that for me, the rendering of aid would. How to know what to do.
I'd want to first (at crash site) try to establish some mental/mindmeld/communication of some sort. I have no idea how to do this, would just have
to follow intuitions. What if after establishing some modicum of contact, the message you got was "leave me here." Well, then, out comes the
camera. Then, hide the memory cards, take more video and photo evidence.
If, In your scenario, the entity was dead and you chose to whisk it away to a secluded spot, I'd think about taking some photo evidence (a lot!) and
again, hiding the memory card somewhere, then taking more, and THEN proceeding. I'd think about contacting ATS, perhaps the Disclosure Project
folks (irrespective of what you might or might not believe of them, they have CONTACTS) .
Another thing: Put media stations in competition with each other, letting them know that you've called them all, and watch the frenzy to cover it.