reply to post by ThinkingCap
As for having my own experience, whatever that might or could entail, I'm very open to it should such a thing ever happen.
If I could trade places with anyone that claims to be having abduction experiences, I'd gladly submit to all the probing, violations, and experiments
if it would mean that I get to interact with a real live physical alien, regardless their motives.
It'd certainly give me a chance, or several chances in cases of supposed repeat abductions, to carry out my own hands on investigation and inquiry
into the matter. It could be a simple matter of accidentally on purpose scratching an alien abductor to get skin samples under a finger nail or few
for later testing once returned.
Were there aliens visiting us and open to consensual, polite, friendly exchange, I'd be extremely happy to invite them by for some tea and
If conditions were such that I could meet them but had to leave this planet and never return, if if meant becoming a lowly janitor on one of their
craft, I'd drop everything and jump at the opportunity.
Nothing about having a hands on extraterrestrial experience would be disturbing for me in the least bit.
The early space program astronauts and cosmonauts strapped into their tiny little capsules were confident in their training and the technology they
were inside of and strapped in on top of, but also knew about the extreme risks involved such that they very well could die once the countdown hit
I've a similar attitude.
I'd love to meet with aliens regardless the risks. Bring it.
Unfortunately, though there is a strange phenomenon going on, about 95% of cases that bloat out the sightings reports are known phenomenon which has
There is indeed a small percentage of reports that are quite unusual, but, calling it aliens, angels, demons, interdimensional beings, or anything
other than "Unknown", is a skewed and biased approach that might be open-minded about whatever favored bias one has in those directions, but partially
closed regarding others.
Things, whatever this something that is going on is, is still unknown. It could be space jellyfish for all we know, or it could be that cats are
super intelligent telepaths and have been messing with people's heads. It could be aliens, sure, but, putting a label on this phenomenon, whatever
it might be, naturally occurring yet still unknown, or intelligently controlled, whichever, whatever, is something I keep on the shelf.
We won't know what this is until we know what this is.
Unfortunately, videos of balloons, LED balloons, Venus, LED kites, weather balloons, Jupiter, tricked out quadro-copters, mistaken military drones,
bolides, shooting stars, lens flare, skydivers with meteor flares, artillery illumination rounds, military flares & chaff, civilian emergency flares,
missile launches, satellites, satellite flare, Chinese Lanterns, Lenticular Cloud formations, Ball lightning, airplanes, helicopters, people on
mountainsides at night with flares, boats at sea, car headlights, and many many many more very mundane things get mistaken for UFOs, video'd, and put
on youtube all the time with audiences the size of whole nations actually believing this mistaken identity videos are the f'real fosho aliens are
On top of that, there's the outright hoaxing with CGI, as well as building real world models for the express purpose of spoofing a UFO report that an
extraordinary number of people get a kick out of doing for a hobby.
It all muddies the waters, sadly so.
I don't dispute that there is SOMETHING going on regarding the phenomenon. Nothing in the OP video, however, is any kind of example of anything that
I haven't just described in the list above. Everything in that video has precedence in the mundane.
It's sad, yes, as it'd be nice to have some good serious real non-mistaken identity video, but, I'm pretty certain it's not to be found on youtube.
edit on 19-7-2012 by Druscilla because: (no reason given)