posted on May, 28 2004 @ 02:39 PM
I found Greer's Disclosure book a mixed bag of witnesses. Some seem credible others less so. (I guess the more fantastic the assertion the less
so... at least for me). Some of the military sightings/radar cases seem credible. But, ultimately, "where's the beef"? After sixty years since
the Kenneth Arnold sighting the sightings and stories have balloned enormously (though late 19th century we had the famous "airship" sightings).
Flying saucers, flying triangles, contacts, abductions, area 51, dulce site, alien autopsies, alien photos, crashed ufos all over the place,
photos/videos, military people coming out with "disclosures"... and still no "smoking gun"!
Still amid all the smoke out there and confusion, I believe there must be something. It can't just all be hoaxes, delusional, lies, mistaken
IMHO, we can not argue about technology as being a stumbling block to interstellar/galactic travel. Look at what giant leaps we have been making
recently. We always tend to think at any given point in time that we know it all. As the old saying goes "the universe is not only stranger than we
imagine, but stranger than we can imagine..."