posted on Aug, 12 2011 @ 12:06 AM
I would say the "demons" theory is properly excluded from this survey as it only includes those who are religious. You can't properly conduct a
survey with a qualification requirement, which is why (as an example) the last question has an "I don't believe in UFO's" answer. Therefore, the
"disbelieve" in such a question would be skewed as it includes those who believe in demons but don't think they're involved and those who simply
don't believe in demons.
I know this is my first post on this site (I'm extremely skeptical when it comes to most of what's posted here, but I have an interest in UFO's),
but I'm very surprised by some of these results. Roswell seems to have the least evidence and the most counter-evidence of the 4 listed events, yet
this shows it has the most believers. Is it just the publicity it has generated? Also, for the last question, I objectively see the refusal of
skeptical inquiry as the biggest problem with Ufology's credibility. Within the scientific community, skepticism is of UTMOST importance, and while
many other factors remove Ufology's credibility, this is the problem many have with believers.