posted on May, 25 2012 @ 07:57 AM
I see no need to read this thread. You may be sincere in trying to be even-handed about the UFO situation, but you have played right into the hands
of the deniers and debunkers. They have not a leg to stand on in the argument because absolutely nothing, no bit of evidence, can be shown to
disprove UFO and tons and tons can be used to make the case for them. That such data would be not scientitically valid cannot be blamed on those that
provide such data. They do the best they can lacking official backing from Science and government.
I refuse to be bother by it because Oberg has the audacity to invent a term "scientific ufology." Why doesn't he talk about government credibility
in the affair?
Science is an area carefully fenced in by those with initials before and after their names and aided and abetted by schools and institutions where
then draw their pay AND the full force (support and control) of the US government (military and political).
If there has been any "failure" of ufology it is because all of the above have knowingly and willfully ignored and denied UFOs virtually from the
start of their modern visits. It continues to this day as it always has been, a people's quest for the truth.
Oberg is blowing smoke, attempting to start a fire where none can burn. Ufology (yes, an outrageous term by civil standards) exists for the simple,
clear fact that Science and government has not done their jobs. Not that it stops there. In addition, they have worked tirelessly to deny and debunk
all aspects of UFOs while, strangely, keep pointing out there in deep space for exactly the same answers they could be looking for far closer to
Disclosure is evidently coming. What we are starting to see is an effort on the part of TPTB to reshape the history of the UFO so that when the time
comes to acknowledge them, (The writings of Richard Dolan come to mind.) Science and government will have created for themselves some degree of
"plausible deniability." As far as discrediting ufology as is his attempt, he cannot do it. It is legitimate example of where government has
failed and citizens of all manner have attempted to fill the vast gap between what is seen in the skies and what we are told to see (or not see).
Oberg is over the top as usual in his putting down of the UFO crowd. Personally, I believe this latest ranting of his is poor strategy, more tactical
I caution those folks interested in UFOs to be aware that other names within the field seem to be at work in selectively altering and deleting the
history of UFOs according to a more favorable official position than currently exists. They have a very large gap to fill. Such is imperative for
the success of the eventual official explanation for why UFOs didn't exist for more than half a century.