This is the apex of the situation.
When do you come to a point where you stop asking the question do these things exist?
When to you come to know that these things exist beyond any reasonable doubt?
The evidence is out there, we see it everyday. The thing is it takes time to accept these things because most people build a worldview or belief
system that excludes these things.
I thought these things only existed in a Will Smith movie. When I became aware of these things, I had to wrestle and reason with myself because these
things were so contrary to the worldview that I constructed.
There's more than enough evidence to come to a reasonable conclusion on these matters.
There's no need to leave these things open and unknown.
Let's look at a small portion of the evidence.
Direct Evidence - eyewitness accounts from Presidents, pilots, police officers and more.
You have over 700 "unknown" cases from Project Blue Book alone.
Witnesses: USAF Maj. W.J. Davis, Capt. R.D. Sauers, flying a C-47 transport plane. One dark blue oblong object paced the C-47, veered away, then
crossed in front of it. Five minute sighting.
Witnesses: two local policemen, four U.S. Marine Corps police, one highway patrolman. One red-orange ball giving off sparks, and a smaller light, made
a zigzag descent and then hovered. Total of 20 minutes.
Ronald Reagan didn't know it, but he was about to see a UFO. It was 1974, and he was governor of California . He was being flown in a small plane, a
Cessna, to a party and just over Bakersfield he and his pilot, Bill Poynter, spotted a UFO. The UFO started out as a glowing white light several
hundred yards from the plane, changed shape and became elongated, then began departing. It moved slowly at first; then in a second or so it gained
incredible speed and disappeared.
US Air Force Lieutenant / Professor Robert Jacobs
"So this thing [UFO] fires a beam of light at the warhead, hits it and then it moves to the other side and fires another beam of light. And the
warhead tumbles out of space. What message would I interpret from that? [The UFOs were telling us] don't mess with nuclear warheads. Major Mannsman
said, "You are never to speak of this again." After an article [about the incident years later], people would call and start screaming at me. One
night somebody blew up my mailbox."
I can go on and on in this area.
The following presents a statistical analysis of data found in 3,189 reports involving observations of anomalous phenomena or objects on or near the
ground resulting in physical effects generated by the unknown objects observed. These events took place in 91 countries between 1490 and 2006. There
are hundreds of additional reports of possible trace sites which do not involve the observation of a UFO. All but the most significant of these events
have been removed from the primary files and located in a secondary catalog.The analysis permits certain regularities of these phenomena to be brought
out. The data indicates there is a certain type of phenomenon which shows stable statistical properties.
Abduction Cases and Sightings
62 kids in Zimbabwe
Some more cases for you to look at:
Cave paintings, ancient ,manuscripts, pictures and video
Clouds in the Bible
Ezekiel's wheel, chariots of fire, Vimanas and more.
I can go on and on.
Science is talking about parallel universes and life forming on planets outside of earth and in different conditions like on Mars.
The point is, there is no other explanation outside of exterrestrial or extradimensional beings.
When you look at the totality of the evidence.
Of course, it's not that easy because adults build worldviews and belief systems that do not include these things and sometimes it takes time to
accept these things.
The only way you can avoid these things is to leave them unknown and open.
We always come to reasonable conclusions on things because many times the technology is not there to test these things.
We are still testing things like frame dragging and gravity waves within General Relativity.
So this notion that we first have to have "absolute proof" before we can reach a reasonable conclusion on things doesn't make sense.