reply to post by machinegun_go_go
I could use the who needs physical evidence argument because we have photographic, video, first hand testimonies from government officials and a host
of professionals in any number of fields. Law enforcement, military, firemen, doctors, lawyers, politicians, generals, scientists and a plethora of
other reputable sources.
There is no denying oneself of the fact that there is life beyond this earth. Since the early days of spaceflight there have been anomalies captured
on not only in photos but audio and video as well.
The conspiracy at the root of non-disclosure is that if it were to be revealed, that yes indeed life outside our circle of understanding did in fact
exist beyond our planet; total chaos would ensue. Supposedly, the result of so many people's religious bubbles bursting, all at once.
In any regard, we can't let that happen now can we. No, we must hide the truth from the world at whatever the cost, bollocks to the quest for
bettering mankind and finding the meaning of life, existence and reality.
I would be curious to know how many non-believers have not personally seen a UFO and if that, in itself; is
the cause for their disbelief.
Regardless of how much evidence they are given, they will staunchly defend their disbelief until physical proof lands in their lap. By perhaps the
president, in person and he brought lunch and a mariachi band.
I love the title of this thread. You can use it quite nicely among a variety of topics, like oh say... religion. Combine that topic with the title.
Ooh hot topic, we could be here all night, I'm sure.
[edit on 3-6-2009 by warrenb]