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Originally posted by wonderboy2402
Very interesting documentary. I'm more in the camp with the woman's son. A healthy dose of skepticism. He makes the point that the people interviewed truly believe the experience they have had. He doesn't deny any of what they said, but their testimony lends a bit more credence to the phenomenon. Until more solid evidence is gained that would point 100% to ET existence (Cadaver / UFO landing / direct communication), it is just a "I don't know." Polygraph can be a useful tool in determining truth, but they are not a guarantee of truth.
The UFO footage was interesting. I am usually one of those people saying Chinese lanterns, but some appear many feet above the ground (Chinese lanterns are normally released from a few feet off the ground). Maybe aircraft flares? Night time Skydivers doing training?
The one piece of evidence that I find intriguing was the DNA study of the blond hair sample. That is the sorta stuff that will give skeptics pause, not whether someone can pass a lie detector test with their testimony (though it helps).edit on 1-12-2010 by wonderboy2402 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Chrysalis
Interesting how no one talked about the polygraph test yet.
It might not be considered evidence or whatever. Only other example that comes to mind is Bob Lazar.
So there seems to be intent on discarding polygraph results, why ?
And what other positive polygraphs are out there that some are just too shy to talk about ?