posted on Jan, 30 2012 @ 02:07 PM
reply to post by Jaellma
Probably by keeping them away from YouTube. I'm a believer. But most "sightings" are either fake, staged or misidentifications. People who post on
YouTube..and unfortunately here too all too often would have you believe everything in the sky is a UFO. Keep researching.
Look for the more credible stories. Stories and images from before the days of video editing software. Stories where there were multiple credible
witnesses to the sightings. Like the Rendlesham Forest incident
. Even Roswell. The
US Government admitted it had a UFO then retracted it the next day. Really?
Common sense is your best tool.
Then again....we already knew just our galaxy alone has what? 100 billion stars in it? And now scientists have just come out and said that probably
every single star has it's own solar system. Or at least one planet associated with in. Just OUR galaxy.
Maybe nothing any Earthling has ever seen was extraterrestrial. But just the math alone from the sheer numbers of planets out there means there has to
be life outside of earth. Being skeptical is good though. Keep being skeptical. But just think about the numbers. And research a few well documented
Some...like the Gulf Breezes Fl. cases I bet we're top secret military projects. Others...like Rendlesham...are just too credible.
Don't confuse credible with too good to be true. If it's too good to be true as far as a pic or video...it probably is. But some incidents are also
just to reliable. I don't want to change your skepticism. I'm still the biggest skeptic on ATS, but also one of the biggest believers. Keep looking.
Your answers are out there. But don't believe most of what you see or hear.
I do believe one thing that Project Blue Book said. Of a total of 12,618 sightings reported to Project Blue Book, 701 remained "unidentified." It
didn't mean they were extraterrestrial, but even the Air Force admitted it couldn't explain everything it investigated. Even is the odds of the
totality of the circumstances of their investigations being 1 billion to 1 of an actual extraterrestrial craft, the math I already stated above means
there are at least several hundred potential ships from planets just in the Milky Way alone.
Blue Book Wiki
FOIA Blue Book reports
You can do the rest of the math and then think on that a while....
edit on 30-1-2012 by webpirate because: added links