You guys argue too much. Having any kind of "belief" system as a "believer" or a "skeptic" will bias your opinion and it will close your mind.
The Scientific Principle
is to form a hypothesis, and then test that hypothesis. If your hypothesis is proven incorrect then it is incorrect.
Even the greatest theories in science are just that - theories. They can never be proven true, only proven to be incorrect or incomplete.
I've just read a lot of arguing on this post and no constructive debate or discussion, and it's getting tiresome.
For the debunkers: Please explain how so many of the people involved at the time ie: Brassel, Marcel, etc. could be so so wrong about what they think
For the believers: Please address the questions and assertions provided by the alternate point-of-view with logical thinking and references if you
have them. Address each claim or assertion independently of the others. A whole lot of people doing a little bit of research can go a long way.
If I tend to come across on the side of believers, it is only because I consider myself a very logical person.
Did ET crash a spaceship that day? I don't know but that seems
That being said, we are still talking about it here and now sixty years later, implying of course that we have all heard
of the event referred
to as "Roswell." This tells me, logically, that something indeed did happen. The only way to figure out what exactly happened is to stop clinging
to your beliefs and work together, discuss together, and maybe at the end there will be a bit more enlightenment to be had by all.
The ones who cling to their beliefs and argue from the point-of-view of "I am right you are wrong" will out themselves, and should be ignored. They
seek only validation of their own belief, they do not seek wisdom.
I myself believe Roswell was all a sham, but who played it on who? Was it the US trying to fool the rest of the world powers that they may in fact be
in possession of advanced technology? Was it the US trying to fool its own citizens? Or perhaps it was the Russians, trying to fool the US that there
were little green men out there.
The point is the possibilities are almost endless.
This topic should not be discussed as if ET/not ET and UFO crash/balloon crash are the only viable options. It reminds me of our political system,
and that should say something.
My favorite theory of course, is that Roswell was perpetuated by one of the humanoid alien species currently in power in the world in an effort to A)
Force the masses to consider that there may in fact be life out there and B) At the same time make them think they are little green men, and NOT
beings that look just like you and me.
I do not believe
the aforementioned theory, but I do like it.