posted on Dec, 26 2010 @ 07:36 PM
What this thread comes down to is this:
The evidence for them being some sort of alien is apparently the fact that they survived or were seemingly hardly scathed by trauma that would easily
On the flipside, the evidence for them being mental disturbed is put forth by the fact that they spoke nonsense, displayed psychotic behavior, flung
themselves in front of cars, and eventually murdered.
What each side of these two arguments don't seem to be able to accept, is that neither of their stances even remotely explain what actually
The leap to calling them Hybrids occurred because of their seeming invincibility. This thread could have just as simply been called Super Hero Twins
on TV by that logic. There is no evidence to suggest they're E.T., because we have no (empirical, solid) evidence that there even ARE ET's. I'm not
debating whether there are aliens out there and even on our planet. I have little doubt there are. What my issue is, is how is it that this camp (the
hybrid supporters) are able to tell us what an alien/human hybrid would be capable of, how they would act, what they would look like, etc. The answer,
of course, is that they can't. That argument goes out the window.
Next, we have the usual type of people here who think everything odd can be explained by mental illness. Unfortunately, as much as you'd like to tell
stories of super human behavior or not, due to a chemical imbalance in the brain, the human body simply doesn't work that way. Being "crazy"
doesn't give you super powers. Exceptional feats do occur. However, to think that being clinically insane is grounds for someone to be run over
multiple times by cars; only to get up and run around again attacking other people and more cars; is pretty misguided. In my view, I would have to
condemn this group to the typical realm of UFO debunkers: Your description of what "actually" happened is even more complex and ridiculous than what
you're trying to debunk.
I just thought I'd point that all out. Personally, I fall into group 3. It's the minority in this thread, but I like it best. I would be much more
inclined to believe that there was something sinister done to their brains/bodies, for whatever desired end. Likely a black ops type of deal. Is that
right? Eh, I don't know. They sure were paranoid. I also watched the Project Camelot video presented by someone, which was a bit interesting, as
well. The mental strain has been long spoken of in psych-ops circles and the realm of mind control. I think it probably comes down to a question of
preference...not to mention the type of stuff you've personally gotten into.
In the end, I don't know what happened, and neither do any of you. You could try to be a bit more civil about it, though, considering none of you
have the for-sure-answer - despite somehow thinking you do. ha ha. ho ho. I like the 3rd choice, as it can account for everything a lot more cleanly
than the other, more obvious culprits. Either way, I have no idea what happened in this documentary. What I DO know, is that it was freaking
fascinating and more than a little disturbing. So, thanks for sharing it. I definitely enjoyed the ride.