reply to post by Cmdraleon
Still the debunkers and Skeptics follow my posts when i do come across something from my perspective that is real and needs to be seen
There’s the magic word that everyone seems to be ignoring; perspective. That means opinion, viewpoint, belief
is nothing if not persistent. The videos he has presented are, in the main, mediocre and can easily be explained. Yes, the “orbs”
may well just be dust or high flying birds or just airborne detritus.
They may also be a hitherto unknown life-form or some kind of alien probe, for the want of a better and less speculative description.
And yes, they can be replicated quite easily. But that does not necessarily explain them away
, it just means that we can reproduce the same
effect. The question has to be asked; is that effect the same as the one we are watching in the videos? Who’s to say that alien intelligence
hasn’t decided the best way to disguise its activities is to make them blend in with natural processes? Anything’s possible…
As to the seemingly static, “tether” like objects, well I have to admit that they are interesting, emotive, and not something I have seen before.
That they appear to be moving slowly and are ostensibly very far away does warrant further investigation, even if that investigation comes up with a
mundane rationalization. (As an aside; could they be
the “tether” from NASA’s failed experiment?)
But back to the point of this post.
Unfortunately, the way most of us draw conclusions from these videos of purported UFOs is purely down to our personal perception. We each hold a
notion as to what they could be and our judgments are drawn from those opinions.
If you are going to look at the whole picture then one needs to have an openmind.
Never a truer statement.
To be a real skeptic, one has to be truly open to all possibilities and at the same time wary of self-appointed experts. Openmindedness is important,
otherwise one is simply working under an agenda that may well not have been recognized as even being extant by the person promoting it. To dismiss any
possibility as being either irrelevant or facile is to state that one knows best and displays a distinct lack of reflection as, in most cases, we
simply do not know the answer to this UFO conundrum
. This whole subject is a matter of the most contentious debate and will continue to be so
until an answer comes along
, you insist on naming these objects – as in designating them “orbs” or “scout ships” or “lightships” – and it has to
be said that that practice is so far away from being open minded its not true. By all means do it for the interim and as an aide memoir, but please
don’t do it with any kind of assumed authority. Having previously insisted that your earlier UFO experience – as in witnessing them first hand –
gives you some kind of innate knowledge is, I have to say, a complete fallacy.
What you saw makes you a spectator to something wonderful, but it did not impart any
special comprehension or familiarity with the origin or
purpose or construction of these objects.
To continue to maintain that you do know better because of “cosmic” wisdom or your membership of the AGC will only continue to draw the
aggressively skeptical responses you are receiving in each and every one of your threads. Your beliefs are your own, and should stay that way. How
you'll do that I do not know.
If you cannot communicate your enthusiasm in a non-authoritative manner, then you need to address your approach to the subject, otherwise your time
here is going to be fraught with disagreement till the very end.
There is some merit in the first video because of the “tether”.
The rest are useless as the “proof” of the UFO scenario you are trying to press upon us.