reply to post by karl 12
In 1973 UFOs were back with a vengeance in the one of the biggest UFO waves the US had ever experienced. UFOs have refused to be put down and they
continue to be reported and continue to be marginalised by science
Might that be because even after over 65 years of this claimed physical phenomenon, there's still no physical evidence?
increase in sightings since those reports.
Scientists understand the enormity of the claim of alien visitation. Therefore they need equal
evidence to support that. Stories, video, photographs are not enough evidence to support what is being seen or told is an alien life form.
Some people also believe this is surrounded by a government/military conspiracy. That there is
physical evidence, but it's just being hidden.
You also would have to believe this is a worldwide conspiracy by every government out there. Because, if an alien race was visiting Earth, it would
be exclusive to the United States. Also, every single piece of physical evidence ever left, the government of whatever nation the event
happened, would have to come swooping in and take away every piece of it.
Also, believers repeatedly pull up Blue Book and such, complaining they lacked scientific study. When in fact they did
have a scientist, J
Allen Hynek, who became a proponent of the phenomenon through investigating the cases. After studying these cases, what was his conclusion? He had
none, only hypotheticals, and said the phenomenon should be studied further. To say there wasn't
scientific study, is saying Hynek, who was an
astrophysicist, wasn't qualified. He absolutely was qualified and still came up with no conclusion. If Hynek found that one piece of 100% scientific,
undeniable evidence that UFOs are connected to aliens, he would have come forth with that proof
. He did not. Obsessively rehashing Condon, Blue
Book and the others every 6 months or a year ad naseum, does not prove anything. It's only continuing to grasp at straws.
Ultimately, it would take scientific study of a piece of physical evidence in order to come to a conclusion that whatever was found, isn't from
Earth. However, this physical evidence would more than likely come from one of the billions of average citizens of the world. Via claimed physical
landings, abductions, etc. It's far too convenient of an excuse to have everything wrapped up in a perfect little government/military conspiracy box.
The go-to reasoning behind having no verifiable concrete physical evidence ever, is it's being kept from us. That falls apart when you're speaking
in terms of thousands
of sightings, abductions, landings, interactions with these aliens, by average citizens. This is obviously not a
government exclusive event. So where's that one piece physical evidence
in the thousands of reports and 65+ year popularity? I don't think
that's asking too much.