A couple more gross generalizations about proof.
That is the Element of the Absurd. Anomalous phenomena defy convention.
Physical UFO evidence, when it can be obtained is USUALLY limited to unusual alloys with uncertain and irrational origins. Some of these "lumps"
would be very expensive to manufacture and often have no known commercial application. Hoaxers would have to have access to top-notch synthesis labs
Anomalous radiation. There are often readings of mysteriously elevated radiation or eloctromagnetic-radio levels. More often than not, detected in
locations without any reasonable source. These reading have been reported by objective techicians who sometimes were wholly unaware of the nature or
purpose of his or her surveying.
EM. Errr... how do I say this? Ah, I'm finding in my digging, interviewing, visiting that there may be a pattern I haven't heard discussed
I first noticed it in a Moon Township, PA incident around 2000. There was a mass UFO sighting, but as I scrounged for testimony/info I found that it
wasn't just a wave of UFO sighting, but that it was in fact a wave of anomly sightings. An ANOMALY WAVE, if you will. I will be pursuing this
further, but I bet you can think of some other instance like this . . . West Virginia?
I got off topic. Proof. There seems to me, (now this is personal and though I could justify it with literature, but please just allow me this break
from ATS decorum).. There seems to me to be a reflexive sort of self-correcting factor to everyday reality.
Say you have a high energy event. anything. A suspot kicks off a chain reaction of highly improbable events within the Biosphere. I believe if
highly improbable events take place it may create a ripple effect followed by a normalizing force as in basic Newtonian Physics, only this feature is
specifically observable in the physical manifestation of stable matter that weroutinely deal with. High levels of unfamiliar, or difficult-to-observe
in Nature or the lab for that matter, Energies may actually be able to manifest physical anomlies that conform to observer or observers unconscious
But this absurd element and nonsense evidence is the microcosm of the larger issue. In essence: The Evidence of UFOs is Real (the effects
after-the-fact), but the causative element itself, (i.e. the UFO) is NOT, by our accepted standards, Real. A paradox. The effects are real, but the
causative element falls outside our model of what is "real" and therefore, is not real.
This line of thought does not hold for every case, arguably. But it is my attempt to justify the deliberate and decidely Unscientific attitude in
mainstream academia and science of poohpooing UFOlogy, this absennce of causative elements is the only thing I can come up with.
It pisses me off!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I'lll shut up now.