posted on Sep, 8 2008 @ 04:00 AM
One has a right to be cynical about the existance of UFO's of alien origin. I am assuming you mean 'of alien origin' as the generic use of the
words are "Unidentified Flying Object' and are more of an indicator or any craft of unknown origin rather than just those of Extraterrestrial
Biological Entities (EBE's).
But in having this right, one must think about the broader scope. Now you have indicated that it is 'logical' to assume EBE's exist (though by what
logic you are referring to I am unsure). So lets look at that. Mathematical probability (in terms of the Drake Equation) makes for a fairly compelling
argument that EBE's of some form do exist. It is unlikely to think that, in the vastness of space/time, that the processes that started our planet on
its evolutionary curve have not also occurred on other similar planets to Earth. Now given the probability that EBE's exist, one then can assume that
some of these planets have evolved to produce self aware EBE's thereby indicating intelligence.
Now, given what we have theorised thus far, it is illogical to assume that even just one of those planets containing self-aware intelligent EBE's has
not grown enough in terms of knowledge and science to have begun looking at space, just like ourselves. It would also be illogical to assume that they
may not have already far surpassed our own knowledge and currently explore space, regionally or intergalactically.
Given these assumptions, it is therefore logical to assume that UFO's of alien origin DO exist and, logically due to advancement, may have come close
to, or even visited our planet whether that be for scientific or other reasoning.
© Kryties, 2008.