reply to post by Pauligirl
deffinatelly good advice. I have jumped the gun many times, I am aware of it. But in all honesty...I'm having hard time accepting some explanations
since they come from NASA, because they are still people...when you break it down, it's still just some guys opinion. He is certainly more of an
expert on things in space, but who ever he is...on some things it's just speculation trying to fill in holes with an explanation which is more likely
or mundane. That doesn't make it true. But the sticker of authority prevails. Yet, authorities have been know to be wrong. Even the most brilliant
minds have made wrong calculations/predictions/theories.
People who have been branded as crack pots have sometimes later after their lives understood to be ahead of their time. It's been know to happen.
It's human nature to ridicule anything out of the accepted line of thought. But the truth is...none knows nothing. We are not even space embrios.
Hell we still think we are alone in the universe (officially), hence all possible sightings are immediately disregarded as wrong identifications,
hoaxes (most are just that), because it cant be....we are alone in the universe. Go look it up. It says so. We are the only confirmed concious
intelligent life in the universe.
So pardon me for not trusting everything NASA says...I'm sure they went out of their way to explain away everything we can think of. It is their job
to create our understanding of universe. If NASA says it's so...than that's the truth. But that is the problem in it self. They cant be right on
everything. We are just begining to peek through the telescopes. Just begining to scratch the surface of our solar system.
Only dreamers of impossible can achieve. If man hadn't dreamed of going to the moon, he would have never done it (I'll leave this one alone).
In order to be fair, one needs to embrace all possibilities in the spectrum. Alien life, on a giant spherical space ship, absorbing the energy of the
sun. If a man can dream it up...it is possible than.