I don't think it will be at any given time. It might not even be on that day. I think it will be whenever a majority of people are all believing
something that they did not want to believe or did not believe before.
For some people, a certain thing is not true unless it is published in a peer reviewed journal or something.
If they hear a rumor or even if a rogue scientist comes out and says something, they will be sceptical of the results.
For others, if it is on the nightly news, then it must be true.
So for some people even if they saw an alien, ghost, bigfoot, dimensional/shadow being, they would not believe what they saw. They would never report
it or talk about it. I think a great majority of people do have paranormal experiences, but many do not talk about it. Some cultures are more open. In
some cultures they have things within their religion or culture that they can discuss. Other people only believe the science. They only believe facts
once theory is verified. Even if they have a near death experience they'd never talk about it. Even if they see something they'd never talk about
it. If it is not in their culture or socially acceptable they will not talk about it.
If we do get any sort of disclosure, it will make it more acceptable to discuss these experiences. I think then we will have people "coming out of the
closet" so to speak. Suddenly it will be more acceptable to share experiences and I think we will find that many people have had strange encounters
with something paranormal.
What will we talk about then, when everything that was once paranormal is surprisingly very normal, and actually has been normal for a very long time?
If was always there and It was only that people didn't want to talk about it, what is left?
If we are suddenly talking and conciously aware that there is more, then I think more and more will be revealed. I don't know if it is a good idea to
talk about it though. Maybe this is why there is a cover up. Maybe we won't like what we find.
edit on 26-11-2012 by jessieg because: (no reason given)