posted on Feb, 16 2012 @ 08:13 PM
reply to post by WingedBull
And arbitrary number of people making a claim, be it one or one million, does not magically make that claim true.
No, but it certainly adds more credibility to the phenomenon. Tons of astronomers see the planet Jupiter. It can even be seen with the naked eye on
many occasions. Many, many people testify that the planet Jupiter is real. Is it real? We have all this evidence... Oh but wait, 'An arbitrary number
of people making a claim, be it one or one million, does not magically make that claim true.'. Maybe Jupiter isn't real after all. Just because we
have all this evidence doesn't magically make it true, so lets have a general mindset that all these crazy people seeing 'Jupiter' in the sky are
You might think there is more evidence of Jupiter then just these people seeing it. Heck, we send satelites up there in orbit around this planet a
lot! We've got clear high quality photos of the planet and everything!
But we have much more evidence of UFOs then just people seeing them also. We have ground traces, radar returns, government documents, electromagnetic
effects, photographs, videos, and physical evidence.
UFOs are most certainly real. It remains to be seen weather or not extraterrestrials are piloting them.
Appeal to authority?
The types of people listed are considered credible because many will lose their jobs if they tell 'crazy' stories about 'UFOs' and 'Flying
Saucers'. Take the Japan Airlines flight 1628 for example.
Captain Kenju Terauchi lost his job for reporting a UFO.
Why would you make up a crazy fake story that you have nothing to gain from when you could lose your job for doing so?
I don't think humans are that stupid.