posted on Jul, 14 2004 @ 11:40 AM
You know what the funny thing is about the whole alien debate, and trust me I am on the fence but I have my moments of belief and denial. Is that what
is the REAL percentage of the total population in the world that has SEEN with their own eyes something that would be considered a UFO or an EBE that
can not be explained by any other means?
I mean really come on, I am a total UFO,Alien logically must exist somewhere out there type person. But I have yet to really experience something that
without a doubt would be considered an extra-terrestrial event. Sure I could make up all sorts of stuff, from channelling an alien society
(Nancy/Zeta) to photochopping some obscure photo as a hoax about some event that happened in the 30's or 40's passed down to me by my grandfather on
his deathbed. To the fabrication of a story that is impossible to verify due to the fact that my "sources" are all dead. I could say that I say a
fancy shiny sports model UFO that the goverment "recovered" from the aliens and make up fanciful stories about how it operates out of a base that
simply does not exist. Or I could come up with a very chilling horror story about Starship troopers battling a fierce alien enemy that resulted in
many deaths, yet none of the families have come forward about there loved ones being unaccounted for, let alone a whole society of alien beings
numbering in the thousand that exist in a multi billion dollar secret facility under the ground in the middle of the New Mexico desert that must live
their without any interaction by humans and without any resulting "leaks" and photos of this massive alien society on earth.
Lets face it, the number of REAL tangible, unexplained sightings is so few that you could probably count them all on two hands. And lets say we just
take into account starting around 1939 to the present and the billions of people that have lived on this planet over the millions of square miles of
populated land and you would think that ANY hostile action by such few actual, observed "crafts" that they would simply be outnumbered and destroyed
by the population on this planet.
So lets say there really was a crash of an Alien UFO in Roswel and lets assume that a badly mangled EBE body was recovered or many more then one. But
they were all dead and since that time we have had no other interaction, no contact, no reverse engineering, considering the craft was pretty much
destroyed, no advanced technology gleaned from the craft or EBE's. What do you think the goverments option would be ?
Just say to the public, gee look what we found, our scientists have attempt to reconstruct the craft but unfortuantly it is made of materials that we
are unable to reproduce on earth. The biological entities that we recovered were dead and are currently in a containment facility BUT we have no idea
where they came from, how long they have been here and if anyone "else" knows they are missing. So for the next 60 years or so, YOU the public are
just going to have to sit around in anticipation that, maybe tomorrow, more of them will arrive, or maybe not. Maybe they were alone and supposed to
report back somewhere but got lost and now wherever they came from has just written them off as lost to the universe and our lonely planet will
continue to exist in this corner of our solar system, alone until some fateful day that we are able to make contact ourselves with another inhabited
What do you think the population of the world would do ??? Would they all want the "alien corpses" to go on the road as some sort of freak show so
that everyone can see for themselves what an alien looks like? If "they" exist, then is there other aliens that might be different from them as well
?? On other planets that may not even know that "they" exist ?
The questions would become an endless paradox that would never be fully explained because according to man's current technological/ universal
knowledge we will never be able to account for the true extent of life in the universe, we will always be stuck in the I wonder whats out there
So in conclusion to help keep mankinds thought focused on the day to day activities in his or hers life, aliens must remain a plausible but never
confirmed "idea" until such time that a situation presents itself that will be undeniable about the existence of both UFO's and of
extra-terrestrial, alien civilizations.
That is why the "goverment" does not disclose what it knows, because ultimately right now, it does not know what it knows. It only has a small tid
bit of information but still has many questions that remained unanswered even almost 60 years later after REAL tangible evidence of an "alien" thing
was discovered. (That is, IF you believe Roswel was a REAL event)