posted on Nov, 21 2010 @ 03:07 AM
Originally posted by GeisterFahrer
I am just throwing this one out there. It might be important (but probably not). It's a what if question.
I think that there is no such thing as a "Stupid/unimportant" question when it comes to this subject
What if alien remains were actually discovered. What if someone did not want them exposed - would they intentionally doctor photos of the
"alien remains" and post them in as many forums as they could?
I have often thought this myself Geister, actually while reading this thread.And it would make total sense if the individuals who had such proof were
thinking in monetary term's. sad thing is, if the photos are genuine and they had doctored them up, there would be someone out there that would pick
up on that and the whole scenario, even if it was authentic, would be debunked and tossed to the way side of "Logical conversation" for the fact.
When these doctored photos were discovered to be fakes, would it then diminish any and all credibility of the actual discovery?
My sentiments exactly Geister. There has been more than one incident where I was left still compelled by the evidences presented, but when that
happens, it remains a personal acceptance of the facts presented. Similar to the old man that claimed he and one of his friends were making "All"
the crop circles in the fields of UK.
What did they really find in that basement?
My father and I discussed this very scenario of being able to get full access to the Vatican's under ground vaults. And for some reason, by both of
our understanding of "Thing's" that could be told by full disclosure, the "Alien" implications may very well be proven. But, until some kind of
"Team" is formed and allowed "Full Access" there will be no true indefinite answers one way or another. At least that was my fathers and my
conclusion over that matter.
Exert and story of the underground library being shut down until 2010 for repairs:
The decision to shut the library was made without warning.
After the library closes for its summer break in mid-July, it will not reopen until September 2010, the Vatican says.
The reason is that some buildings constructed only a quarter of a century ago are now considered unsuitable for the safe storage of ancient
Enquiring minds want to know ......
after all the National Enquirer was the "media" outlet that wrote about John Edwards affair ... many folks still believe he never had an affair
because the National Enquirer was the one who wrote about it.
edit on 21-11-2010 by GeisterFahrer because: (no reason given)
Though these types of tabloids have been around for sometime now, they are more than likely the henderance to the whole UFO/Alien/Paranormal/Oddities
debate. I have to admit when I was younger, I would read them as a "Factual" interpretation of weird and strange thing's and events. But now I see
I was duped in some instances, just like million's of others.But, as you had stated, "There may be some truth in all the Hoaxed/Debunked examples
they had given over the years.I no longer read such tabloids or editorials, but when I did, I was amazed at how the mind became more open to these
event's being a possible probability.