posted on Sep, 4 2009 @ 03:17 AM
Originally posted by freighttrain
if we dismiss any video that is compressed (which is over %80 of all videos on the web) which leaves less then %20 being fake/natural
phenomena/satellite/Birds (for sake of conversation) and if you discount those, you're left over with less then %1 of videos being possible legit UFO
It's that one percent (for the sake of argument since these are your words) that interest me the most
We can't assume that %99 of videos out there are not valid!
Yes we can and should. People for the most part are ignorant or unfamiliar to the laws of Physics, Science and Photography. How many times have you
heard or read about a photograph that 'supposedly' caught a UFO that they did not see. Generally these photographs are of a bug or a bird that
appears as a smudge mark/streak due to slower "speeds and f-stops". Yes, there are the occasional shots that are caught randomly that require more
scrutiny, but the others have to be dismissed. No matter how bad one may want something to be paranormal or extraterrestrial, it still will be
inconclusive. And we haven't even included the numerous CGI creations and hoax's that are constantly presented as real, remember the Drone hoax's
that got a ton of publicity that turned out to be CGI creations? If an object can be duplicated then occams razor plays into affect and becomes a
factor of doubt that we can not ignore. And speaking of Hoax's.. check this site out where they actually have a UFO Contest to create fake UFO's
. One of the contestants even duplicated the infamous Phoenix Lights Phenomena for under $30.oo and
was convincing too..!
Now obviously I'm just touching on one or two scenarios but there are many we could interject into this including "orbs' (and rods), both of which
are easily duplicated yet many continue to believe that every speck of out of focus dust particulate they see is an orb. Again, there are a few (in
the 1 or 2% department), that makes me raise my eyebrows and take a closer look.
If 99.9% of the sightings are not UFO and 0.1% are, doesn't that support the fact that there are UFO visiting earth, isn't that enough to
No. It only supports the fact that at this time we currently can not identify what the object is with the available data. Just because it remains as a
UFO is in no way a indication that it's extraterrestrial. We could theorize a number of scenarios and suppositions as to what that UFO might be.. If
we really want to think out of the Box, why limit it to simply Aliens, why couldn't it be possibly just "us" from the future on some Time traveling
tour? But for the most part, I lean towards the majority of these UFO's simply being a top secret military project observed and captured (which in
itself is very interesting),.
Remember where your at and posting? Were AboveTopSecret.com and our Core Motto is to Deny Ignorance! We attempt to deny ignorance and not just blindly
follow and think that everything we watch or read supports ones own belief system. Just as a detective needs proof to support his assumptions in a
criminal case, shouldn't we do likewise?
[edit on 9/4/2009 by JohnnyAnonymous]