reply to post by reeferman
As if nobody else had written this (or able to reach such conclusions on their own), here's my analysis. I'm offering this despite nobody offering
any rebuttal to the validity of the Phoenix and Illinois events (instead, just meaningless berating of the subject).
1. I think, therefore I exist (the all important Cartesian rule to get established)
2. I have viewed the documentaries with valid witness testimonies, therefore I believe the events to have actually happened
3. All witnesses consistently and independently revealed a humongous levitated object, therefore the object really existed
4. It's not random, not natural, not chaotic, but not unique or isolated, therefore there's only one valid explanation
5. There's absolutely nothing conceivable in current human technology that can explain it, therefore the object is not manmade
6. There's total lack of connection to every other conceivable "supernatural" phenomenon (spirits, vampires, bigfoot, lochness, etc.)
7. There's absolutely no other plausible theory other than extraterrestrial origin, therefore it has to be extraterrestrial (beyond Earth)
8. Anything or anybody coming to Earth from beyond Earth has to have enough intelligence to travel the vast distances
Therefore, the UFO is an intelligent extraterrestrial spacecraft.
If it looks like a duck, quacks like a duck, swims like a duck, chances are it's really just a duck! Just use the same reasoning you use in your
daily life for anything else. But of course there's still a very slim chance that it's not. It's only very very highly probable. It's not absolute
proof, but it's SOLID PROOF.