Originally posted by Chargeit
I'm going to bed.
I have to post this.
Its clear to me that most people on these forums don't care about learning the truth behind life outside of the solar system. They care about fantasy.
Keep to your fantasy and keep playing into the disinformation of the man. If you can't see the harm you do then I feel sorry for you.
Go watch some start trek.
If you really knew anything about the UFO/alien phenomenon as you claim -- you are after all claiming to offer the "truth" -- you'd know that the more
one researches and delves into this subject, the more bizarre it gets. As such, one cannot rule out anything from the outset. To do so ignores the
very nature of this subject and will lead, not to answers, but to more confusion and mystery. You are doing nothing here but keeping the fires of
ignorance on this subject hot.
In your first post, you state:
"Why would you ever say that some Alien came down and Impregnated you? Wheres the proof? Who other then those in the UFO community will take it
How is indulging your fantasy worth the harm done?
You don't need to convince the UFO community that Aliens are out there. You need to get the general population on board."
This phenomenon evades human efforts to obtain "proof". It's silly to demand such proof when you realize that we are dealing with beings who are
capable of erasing any/all proof that such events occurred. These beings operate outside of our physical, spiritual, mental and moral norms. How can
you possibly expect to capture evidence of such beings, especially when those who are abducted normally have no control over what is happening to
them. Even some humans are able to cover-up crimes in an expert fashion. But, if we have credible witnesses, that may be all that is needed in court
to win a conviction. Convictions are often won on credible witness testimony alone. It's the same here: if there are enough credible witnesses, the
likelihood is that events of that nature did occur.
Simply because it is beyond your personal comprehension that such events could occur does not mean that the events did not occur. It only means you
just can't believe it and have concluded, wrongly and without further analysis, that the experiencers are "indulging in fantasy." That is prejudice at
its finest and encourages ignorance. If that is your method of investigation, then you need to go to work for Randi. He's prejudiced against all
possibilities that exist outside of his personal belief system.
Also, we don't need to "get the general population on board." Why would we need to do that? For support? We don't need their support. All we need to
do is research, report, analyze and let them decide for themselves. To hell with seeking converts. If you want to do that, go to church.
In your Signature, you state:
Please keep your crazy ufo ideas to yourself. Just because its "cool" doesnt make it true. Crazy sounding Alien storys make the general public
not take the subject serious... you do more harm then good.
Just what, may I ask, constitutes "crazy ufo ideas" to you? Is there a limit to the types of experiences we should hear? Should we, for example,
reject John Mack's book "Abduction" because it contains "crazy ufo ideas"? Do you even know who John Mack was? And again, why do you think we need to
worry about the general public? Why would you feel we need to filter UFO/ET stories just so they are acceptable to the public? Should public opinion
be a factor in arriving at the truth or should we, instead, consider ALL possibilities, no matter how far-fetched, and investigate each on a
case-by-case basis which would allow us to legitimately accept or reject even the most outrageous accounts of ET encounters?
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