posted on Nov, 20 2008 @ 09:13 AM
Originally posted by 8bitbreakfast
I say probable from a position of believing in ufos. as for no proof i would agree that until aliens or ufos appear in some mass unveiling the proof
can be unsatisfying. But that there is no proof for it is to extreme of a view to me. The testamony and video footage as questionable as it can be
sometimes still points to something being seen and experienced and there are credible witnesses like police men and military people who come forward,
so for me i believe it is real. If you dont believe because the evidence that is made available is not satisfying for you i understand but for me it
is and because ive seen strange things in the sky myself i come down on the side of the coin that says aliens exist. In regards to the vatican because
of its history of power and secrecy i would imagine that if said objects existed and had to be stored somewhere on earth the vatican would be a likely
canidate. do I know? ofcourse not. Ive never seen an alien .. i havnt even been to the vatican in fact i have to take the testamony of others that it
also exists because ive never actualy seen it. we all have to judge for ourselves what to do with the info we come across and for many many others out
there the evidence that is available on ufos is enough to atleast say ya thats probable.
See, people make this mistake in assuming that not believing in aliens means also discrediting UFO sightings...
I do not doubt that some people have witnesses Unknown Flying Objects, or stationary objects in the sky. There are many videos and photographs that
are pure BS, however, some witness testimonies appear to be honest.
Don't you think that not believing in aliens is less extreme than assuming that all those UFOs are alien-derived?
Just because something is unexplainable, why are we attributing it to aliens? Is this any different than our predecessors worshiping various gods of
rain, thunder, sea, and so on, in the sense that any unexplained phenomena is attributed to supernatural gods, or in this case, to supernatural
aliens? In both cases, what we witness is something that cannot be explained by conventional means. The easiest is to attribute it to something not
There are tribes in the Amazon who haven't seen much of the technical innovation that the rest of the world accepts - the tribe that tried to shoot
arrows at a helicopter is just one example.
The problem is, people are not used to critical thinking. People are taken advantage of, people are fearmongered into submission, and anyone who
believes in any word posted here without a shred of evidence... I don't know, how can I not get disappointed in humanity if after so many centuries
of progress, with so much education available to us in this day and age, people are not much different than their ancestors from thousands of years