posted on Sep, 26 2012 @ 08:48 PM
Originally posted by JimOberg
Originally posted by bigfatfurrytexan
ETA: guess i should clarify, i don't dislike Jim in the least. I am very glad to have him here. Just that we have starkly differing
edit on 18-9-2012 by bigfatfurrytexan because: (no reason given)
It doesn't matter if we reach different conclusions if we agree on productive actions for investigation -- and I think, for the most part, most of us
do,.Because we all [mostly] don't believe we understand this mysterious phenomenon as much as we really ought to.
Re the title: yeah, I should have put it in quotes so it looked like the actual headline, which it was, rather than a statement of fact. that was
sloppy, and I apologize.
edit on 18-9-2012 by JimOberg because: add mea culpa
But if the object of investigation is an unknown, then it doesn't really matter what conclusions are reached for there is nothing to cement the
various conclusions into one meaningful conclusion. No one understands UFOs (if that
is the mysterious phenomenon) and there is nothing to
guide us to understand them. They are seen, photographed, filmed, videographed, in all of their variety. Humans are easy to understand because that
is the only species on earth and we have similar equipment to understand what humans are. We still don't know how we originate aside from the sexual
In your case, Oberg, it would be more acceptable if you were to go on record as to your acceptance or disacceptance of UFOs without going overboard
into what they are or where they're from and why such a large variety of "craft".