reply to post by redtic
I won't try to provide proof to you, there's none who can, both for denying or believing the UFO/Alien phenomenon. The phenomenon is real if taken
as social matter, it's of no use pointing to this or that video, picture or even unclassified document. I mean, whatever they (ufos/aliens) are, one
thing is sure: so called scientists and 'experts' can't find a definitive answer. There is all kind of evidence, both to deny or accept these
facts, in the end is up to yourself to forme your own opinion, there is no smoking gun, on both sides.
By the way, you mention forgetomori, having lived in Brazil for many years I can tell you this guy (or institution?) has an agenda, he's a skeptical.
Nothing wrong with it, but not many people knows he's a skeptical. He says his name is "Kentaro Mori", being born in Japan and having moved to
Brazil as a child. His Brazilian website is a crusade against reality, disguised as a man (if he really exist, I mean) who seeks the truth... no, he
seeks the truth that suits his believes. In time, "Kentaro Mori" is a man of mystery, no picture, no interviews on youtube, no video of any kind, no
way to check his background, if any at all. It may be even a case of a group of people who created this name and acts behind it, who knows...
But what real science has to say about this ? When concerning the possibility of intelligent life outside Earth (not visiting it, necessarily), Dr.
Amir D. Aczel, possibly the most prominent name in the field of mathematic - specially statistics - has a book and an equation on this subject,
basically Dr. Aczel expanded the Drake Equation from our solar system to all visible universe, the result is 1, hence the name of his book
"probability one", that is 100% of chance of intelligent life outside our world. His equation is available on the internet and deeply explained in
his book, Dr. Aczel is a respected scientist (ask anyone involved in mathematics). This is science, and the result is astonishing and a problem to
skeptics who like their 'believers' nemesis use flaw arguments all the time. Seek this book, it's worth reading.
All the best,