edit on 19-12-2012 by Sublimecraft because: (no reason given)
Testimony is not proof.
With certain testimony coming from people who once were working under condition of top level security clearance - no offence to these people, but they
failed to convince me, with each photo (if available) they presented as it was lacking just too much of photographic detail and quality. So much so, I
didn't know what I was supposed to look at. Some photos looked like drawing attempts made by kids. If you photo copy a photograph 20 times, invite an
audience into a public space and say here are the facts, and you do that a couple of times (as it has happened and still does happen) don't expect me
to break out into a hysterical "wow"- No, I won't budge. Of cause not. Neither would photos like that stand trial if it came to it. Also, tossing a
Stetson in the sky and make a quick shot is not helping anything, whether orchestrated by a government or group with the sole purpose to deceive for
whatever reasons. The point is, this subject cannot be made to a popularity contest, who has the bigger audience of viewers or made-believers. And
testimony on TV with subtitles like "former Sergeant from to" - doesn't cut it. It's a polite way of saying " how dare you mistrust our
government". I watched the UFO Disclosure Press Conference at least a 20 times. It reminded me on these television sales like ("and this is not all,
you also get this, but wait, we have more and on top of that, wait, you get this, still not convinced, wait we haven't shown you this and this and
this"). I still won't budge. No, I won't. The testimony too often referred to data that never can be accessed by the public, neither by discharged
personnel as these government restricted areas are what they are (Top Secret and to the security of the country). It is easy because some Sergeant got
discharged and now has no work to do, going public. Whatever he or she is saying is a dead giveaway. It never can be proven. Never. Ever. No matter
what. Even if the person would tell the truth. The proof is sealed. It would require the authorities to open the gates and say "welcome everyone,
feel free to look around as you see fit". It's not going to happen. Never. And the UFO Disclosure Project Video with the FBI seal "don't copy" is
telling me volumes.
But I agree on one point. It is surely extremely difficult to make that shot, when an actual UFO is hovering in your backyard. Likewise with pilots
flying at high speed, changing direction to make a shot is as equally difficult. Another fact is, and that is proven by psychology, the reaction time
of human beings under shock. I bet my life at stake, a real encounter would make even the most hardened soldier drop his gun instead of shooting at an
alien creature or UFO (if he "can" drop the gun - or is able to move at all). Which brings me to a suggestion I will cut on very briefly, because
its subject is related to Science Fiction and not necessarily Science Fact. Speaking of being able to move at a close encounter. The game series Mass
Effect in particular the third part demonstrates inability to move freely caused by the Reapers radiation in close proximity - it happened to the main
character on Rennoch whilst battling to mark the Reaper with the laser guidance system at the end of the last targeting attempt Shepard is unable to
move and extremely in the end sequence by the beam that leads to the Citadel. Who has played the game will notice how hard it becomes to move, and
also the ability for weapons will change.
This part is the most important to understand. Interstellar space, our Earth and the planets in the Sol system and beyond. We can surely say that
Earth belongs to all life forms found in its existence on Earth. But not necessarily as far as exo planets are concerned. If life proofs to be
existent on Titan for example, we have no clearance to invade and claim Titan as ours. If so, it would be conquest. Also planting a Mars rover on Mars
doesn't mean Mars is in the hands of NASA. Neither the right to launch a manned mission to Mars with the goal to establish something permanent on
Mars. If alien species conquered Mars, then it is the same situation if life is existent on Mars before they arrived. It does not matter how we
perceive a particular life form as far as intelligence is concerned. Just because we are bipeds doesn't mean a bug-like creature is not intelligent.
We have no right to dismiss other life forms as annoyance and kill them off so we can have a planet for us. The same for alien species who think in
this manner about us.
If any government is going official on the subject UFOs, remains to be seen. Things change when it is too late, because of our talent to breed liars
and vote them into congress and let them make corporate decisions what is best for "us". The movie Avatar, no other movie has given better visual