posted on Jan, 7 2013 @ 09:45 PM
So much of what we think we know is dependent on UFOs not being aliens from other places. UFOs pretty much have to be misidentified conventional
phenomena; stars, gases, optical illusions, etc.
If UFOs are in fact aliens then it opens up a can of worms. Because if the government really is lying about them then what else are they lying about?
Many conspiracy people have seen UFOs. Because they were unable to identify them they inevitably begin to wonder how deep the rabbit hole goes.
It all starts with things like UFOs/etc.
Once you lose trust in government and society, you literally are alone. That's the danger of believing that UFOs are aliens and that our government is
lying. It really makes life much harder.
So much of this life is based on trust.
I normally make very skeptical posts. I love science. Our world wouldn't be where it's without science. It's amazing how much we actually know. So few
of us actually understand the science. I am still a child compared to Carl Sagan and Carl Sagan wasn't even the brightest scientist. He was just a
spokeperson. Scientists are extremely smart and knowledge about their disciplines. We would be wise to listen to them. Don't be a dumb fool and think
their input is deceptive or haughty.
It's not easy being a scientist because they -really are- smart/knowledgeable! Anything they say to a normal average person is going to be strained
because of how clueless we're!
I was reading another post on another forum on another site and one guy responded to a kid who was talking BS and said "Go to university and get a
masters degree and THEN we can talk."
If you want to attack science get a masters or phd in science first! Lol. It's true. If you want to have any hope in making a compelling argument you
have to first understand what's out there.
edit on 7-1-2013 by jonnywhite because: (no reason given)