posted on Jan, 31 2010 @ 06:18 PM
This is "Wack-job" Norio Hayakawa. I like this name. Someone gave me this name recently on a newsgroup site.
Yes, I am still around, alive and well and spewing out some more lunatic-fringe topics.
I got used to the fact that I have long been categorized as part of the looney-tune elements on the Net.
(I don't mind at all......sometime it is even quite amusing to get all types of reactions from so many posters on the Net).
This truly is a gret study in Human Psychology.
Anyway, I just wanted to state my beliefs to all debunkers.
My beliefs are here:
1) There is no hard, solid, tangible, physical, irrefutable evidence whatsoever that we are, or have ever been visted by advanced physical
extraterrestrial entities in physical extraterrestrial spacecraft.
2) There is no hard, solid, physical tangible evidence or documentation whatsoever that Area 51 in any way is associated with extraterrestrial
3) There is no hard, solid, physical tangible evidence or documentation that there is a U.S./alien underground Bio-Lab under Archuleta Mesa or
Archuleta Mountain in Dulce, New Mexico.
And, finally, here is my position on UFOs:
I definitely believe that there is a segment of the population who really believe that some UFOs are physical, extraterrestrial craft piloted or
maneuvered by physical extraterrestrial entities.
I am simply stating here the fact that there is a segment of the population who believe in such.
Any individual, or groups, or even any governmental agency can take advantage of such belief systems of a segment of the population (for any agenda),
not that it has been done yet, although it's quite possible that the Air Force may have benefited at one time from such beliefs of some people
associating Area 51 with extraterrestrial technologies.
Once again, I am not saying at all that I believe in UFOs as physical extraterrestrial craft.
My reseach on people's beliefs in UFOs has given me tremendous input in the study of Human Psychology and I will continue to study how such beliefs
can have some significant impact on society.
Once again, this is "Wack-job" Norio Hayakawa, spewing out more "wack-job" nonsense here.