posted on Sep, 18 2012 @ 02:08 AM
Originally posted by Rubicant13
Was there an inquiry into this mystery satellite sighting in 1953 as reported on many websites or not?
The most important thing here is that a web page can be created in just seconds and that content in the internet is just copy&paste. Also this
copy&paste practice is mostly illegal without proper source and/or permission about 90% of all personal homepages do it. Even big companies just copy
from elsewhere without permission. And more interesting is the fact that some of these web page owners know that it's illegal to copy so they exchange
words or swap a few lines to hide their tactic. It's pretty hard to fill a blog with unique content so most of those just copy from elsewhere.
So finding a story about xy on 1000 pages is no conformation that 1000 people seen it. In most cases it's just proof that 1 web page created a story
(even those professional news outlets creates fictional stories to make their news more interesting) and 999 copied it.
So without any serious proof that a signal/object has been detected 1953 it's just a fictional story copied by all those webpages. I could create such
a story in a few minutes an place several articles on my several webpages and tweet them to some friends (that don't know that I also own those other
pages). It will take just a few days to have this story retweeted and copied to 1000 pages. Some random webpages aren't proof for anything.
If you believe those random web pages you can start to discuss my secret coffee cup stolen from a agency that is so secret that it has no name. This
cup auto refills with coffee beamed into the cup from a hidden mars coffee pool. And you will find at least 50 web pages in the net has seen this cup
so it must be true
The black knight sat is a interesting story and it would be cool if a least a tiny fraction of these reports has some facts in it but I've learned
that they are in most cases just fictional stories. Sadly it's pretty easy to find some unexplained observations to create a story around. For example
Clive Cussler use this practice to create interesting books with conspiratorial stories based on some facts that can be proven. But it is still a
fictional story even if some of those pages are true.
edit on 18-9-2012 by UnixFE because: (no reason given)