posted on Jun, 17 2004 @ 04:27 PM
The way it was structured (a person randomly brought in to see an alien-dissection movie)
seems to me like it is more of a psychological test.
Maybe the test has nothing to do with aliens, but whether the candidate is willing
to follow orders, take care of business, and shut up when directed.
And perhaps to suggest in the mind that unidentified phenomena are aliens, instead of secret air force test projects, of where there were and are
If it had been about actual Aliens, then it would have been on a need-to-know basis. A random movie screening --- collectively ---- and then a "go
back to your regular jobs" instruction isn't it.
it is the collective part, as in many people lead into a movie theater which seems anomalous if it were intended to be real. The reason being that
then the people who saw it would also know WHO ELSE also saw the movie and they'd all discuss it among themselves. Clearly bad for operational
If it had been intended to introduce people to it, for security it would have been one-on-one, so that the recpient woudln't know who had alread been
"read-in" to the program.
In this respect, it is only "Above Black", Dan Sherman's story, which seems to have the "ring of truth". why? because it is weirder than what
most people would make up, and because it has the large amounts of mundane work and bureaucracy that the real military does have.