posted on Mar, 4 2012 @ 05:22 AM
I find all these comments screaming "fake" pretty pathetic. Not an ounce of well-thought out arguments or analysis to justify your scepticisms. Just
the usual knee-jerks from people who would never accept video evidence of the paranormal, aliens, etc however
convincing it was. Instead, you
either shout "CGI" with absolutely NO evidence that it was or contort yourselves mentally with ludicrously implausible scenarios and explanations in
order not to have to admit that it is something you cannot readily explain in conventional terms. Get real!
The truth of the matter here is that the portion of the film that supposedly reveals the alien briefly before it is shot at is simply not long enough
and clear enough to establish whether it is an animal known to zoology or something truly out of this world. Instead of admitting this and maintaining
a position of careful neutrality, you all rush over one another mindlessly to be the first in the queue to expose this as yet another hoax, resorting
to silly, easily refutable reasons to justify your scepticism with no sound arguments to back it up.
Know this: exhibiting an irrational, debunking attitude is just as bad as being uncritical and credulous towards reports of the paranormal.
And some of you who confuse irrational debunking with sound scepticism think this is the proper scientific attitude?