posted on Sep, 2 2008 @ 12:49 PM
I agree Stan should be able to make some money from his experiences, especially if he is unable to work because of his encounters. The trouble is that
it is damn hard to make any money from this phenomenon.
No-one wants to touch it, because openly taking this stuff seriously usually means that no-one will take you seriously.
I think it is a shame when people try to make money from their experiences, because no matter how much they work at it, they will almost always end up
I hope that Stan does make some money from this and that people start to actually look at this whole phenomena in a mature and open minded way. I am
just too pessimistic to believe that it will happen.
I find it much easier just to pour all my stuff into the sea of evidence on the web. That way no-one can question my motives and perhaps at some point
in the future, someone who is researching this stuff seriously may stumble across my story and might actually be able to use it as a piece of the
Look at all of the breakthroughs that are happening concerning alternative fuels. As soon as it became economically necessary then the large
meta-corporations started to make quantum leaps in their developments of this stuff in the space of a couple of years.
Before this time the techniques were there, cars have been built, but the technology just hasn't been picked up. It is exactly the same thing with
UFO research. A lot of work has been done and we have learned a lot over the years, but all of this data is laying just below the surface, awaiting
the day when the powers that be decide that it would be profitable to bring it into the light.
Judging by the increase of coverage in the media, I suspect that this time is just around the corner, but I am also suspicious of their motives.
I think that they will pick the accounts that seem to point toward whatever theory that they wish to present to the public.
Has anyone seen the trailers for the remake of 'The Day Aftr Tommorow', if not have a look and see if you can guess what spin they are trying to put
onto the visitors motives.