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Originally posted by davesidious
reply to post by ProRipp
Because he admitted the fertiliser was stolen, and was worried about the statute of limitations on such a crime, and possibly his reputation?
It makes a lot more sense than a UFO simply pratting about in the forest for no apparent reason. We know trucks, fertiliser, and criminals all exist, as we have (too) many samples of each. We don't know aliens or flying saucers exist, as we have no evidence of either.
Occam's razor suggests we must accept his story as the truth, simply because it's the most simple, and requires the least leaps of faith.
I know you want the Redlesham forest incident to be a UFO - clearly you do - but that's no reason to eschew critical thought and rationality.