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Originally posted by flexy123
Originally posted by sugarcookie1
The fact is we just don't know what the truth is concerning ET craft all we can do is give our option and my option is there here and there real..peace,sugarcookie1
first we don't even know about "ET craft" since any "serious" UFOlogist knows that the "ET craft" theory is only that, a theory. Yes of course, you are right, WE DON'T KNOW.
But given that UFOs allegedly are observed for decades, oh wait, centuries already, possibly even all the way back to earliest history..isn't it astonishing "we don't know what the truth is". And shouldn't the fact that we STILL don't know anything make you think?
You know, today, even in remote villages in Afghanistan or Sri Lanka people have cell phones, videos and whatever happens can traverse the globe withing minutes. When a donkey takes a dump somewhere in India, 5 minutes later the entire world could witness it. This is the world we live in.
And the number of "good" UFO cases ...is in strong contrast to this fact...people are still referring to very few cases like Belgium Wave, O'Hare, Rendlesham even....so..let's take them away (let's just assume there is good explanations for those)..what do we have left? Logic says there should be more and more good cases now..but its getting less and less and even the formerly "good ones" are starting to look shaky.
Originally posted by R0CR13
Statistically ufo sighting reports are up ... if you care about facts .
Originally posted by magma
Looks like still to this day not one single person, not anyone has ever proved UFO's exist.
So until that day comes, they do not exist.
I want to believe, just can't, there is no credible evidence. Not a speck.
Originally posted by jessejamesxx
Unfortunately this may be one of the best UFO photos to date
Am I missing any more recent credible ones?
Originally posted by imalitehaus
I just have one question: Where are the "Fireballs of February"? Last year NASA told us these fireballs are common in the month of February, even though there was NO historical record to prove it. They actually invented an "annual" fireball celebration that supposedly takes place in February of every year.
Well, it's February again and no reports of "fireballs", so what were those things? Actually, it's fine with me if they were slow-moving bolides, so why did NASA choose to lie about them? "Fireballs of February", riiiight.
Has anybody seen one this year? If so, my apologies.
Ok but it's not like aliens are gonna be needing lights on their spaceships.