posted on Oct, 27 2008 @ 02:55 PM
Originally posted by Helmkat
I have to say I always enjoy when I see the comment about lights and Aliens. Why would the lack of lights signify technical superiority? At what point
does a technical civilization leave all light sources behind? Human vehicles have lights to show position, lights from instruments, light from
propulsion, lights to fool the eye, lights to hoax and lights just for looks. Any all or none may apply to an alien craft. Say for instance a species
evolves with sonar instead of eyes, they might not even realize we can see with light!
My guess is our visable guests simply don't care any more then a Safari Landrover cares about being seen as it crosses the Serengeti.
Bottom line is this: There has been zero evidence FOR alien existence (the kind of intelligent alien existence that visits us here on the earth).
UFOs exist, sure. I don't deny that. But it's foolish to link UFOs to aliens and claim that any sighting of a UFO with lights is indication of alien
civilization visiting us.
Here are a few more ideas. There has been no stationary, hovering saucer filmed or photographed during daylight in the same manner as these lights, to
my knowledge. Why is that? Perhaps this unidentified aircraft does not wish to be seen during the day, in which case, why the lights during the
night? Maybe aliens are bats, and cannot stand daylight... Or maybe ... ...
The truth is frequently far simpler, so much that people tent to believe a rather more complicated, more sensational lie than the simpler truth.
I am not trying to be rude, by all means. Just that it's a waste of people's time and energy about all these aliens and their predictions of
revelation at some month which all prove false as time goes on.
If a boy cries wolf seven times, all falsely, will you rush to him yet an eighth, ninth, tenth time, and so on? Just because there was some movement
in the bush? I would probably wait for the boy to provide more evidence of the wolf, or at least train him to look for more evidence than the shaking
of the bush.
I am interested in these UFOs as flying vessels, and would definitely like to learn more. But I don't assign their existence to alien
[edit on 27-10-2008 by gandaalf]