posted on Nov, 24 2009 @ 11:07 PM
reply to post by Shino
You have to take into consideration that the majority of humans are believers. They are brought up to believe in myths, starting with Santa Claus,
the boogeyman, angels, demons, gods, buddhas, jesuses, etc. Most humans do not realize that their minds are being messed with so they cannot employ
their own decision making to counter the mental conditioning. This mental conditioning can be seen every day on TV and the media.
Some are able to sort-of snap out of it and question some claims but not all claims. When it comes to the subject of UFOs, whether flying or crashed,
there are more believers than questioners. They depend on others to do their research footwork for them so when an author comes out with a book with
"UFO" in the title, chances are it'll become a good seller and the readers of the books will support whatever crap the book contains.
The alleged crash near Roswell is possibly the biggest money maker and the town of Roswell is grateful for the resurgence of the dormant tale in the
late '70s, early '80s. Then the aliens started to come out of the woodwork and now they were "abducting" humans and coring cows. Everyone that
wrote about those subjects smiled all the way to the bank. And it still goes on.
UFOlogy is 90%$, and 10%...
[edit on 24-11-2009 by The Shrike]