So we have around 3-5k physical trace evidence reports, a lot (if not a vast majority) of which has been investigated by CfPTR & Ted. Now, we already
have one 'event' - the Flatwoods monster - which supposedly had hard evidence of metal & liquid at the site removed.
So statistically, Ted should have also come across some other form of more substansial/hard evidence (like the Flatwoods event) by now. I mean, lets
look at it from from this angle: are we honestly saying that 1 in 3.5 thousand cases of UFO landings result in hard (and I mean something other than
scorched soil or slight changes in chemical composition) evidence; it just so happened that the said hard evidence was 'taken' and not returned?Come
on, really? Do you think that it's just a little too convienient?
If we are talking extraterrestrial craft, and mean spaceships, regardless of what propulsion they would use (even those potentially outside of our
current understanding of physics, thermodynamics and with a chemical make up not even necessarily on our version of the periodic table), surely we
should have more? I mean much more. I mean proof. Actual proof that we are being visited by something we cannot explain. You cannot have 3.5k events
of something touching something (craft + ground in this case) else without more evidence than is currently offered as a physical trace. Look at modern
forensics for example: we are mere scientifically backward humans by comparison to a race who can build a spaceship & fly it here and yet can we find
microscopic traces of blood on clothing, skin under fingernails, DNA(!!!!!) contamination at crime scenes. And yet, in 3.5k alleged landings there is
nothing more than dehydrated soil, slight variations in EXISTING chemical composition and nothing really more of any substance (excuse the pun)
And almost 60 years later and we actually don't have anything. Anything validated by several respected laborotories. Anything which can now be taken
in to any modern University and tested by even their lowly science department. They're not spooks! They don't work for the Government and have a
protocol which tells them to send all hard evidence to a secret agency with no questions asked.
I do honestly believe that we are not alone. I also believe there is a very slight chance we have been 'visited', it would stand to reason. We ARE
interesting. We ARE one of a kind in the solar system. So I'm not a debunker.
But look at the trace evidence. Whilst some of it is unusual, almost* all of it IS explainable with current science. Almost all of it IS composed from
our current periodic table. *Sure I said 'almost' as nothing is definitive and, in my heart of hearts, I hope I'm not right!
I credit the work being done by Ted but you have to put it into perspective. We have no evidence as a result of the physical trace research.
edit on 16-5-2012 by Seleucus because: changed 'scale' to 'table' !
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