posted on Feb, 26 2013 @ 11:27 PM
Ideas such as James Fox's are based on limited / flawed reasoning--Labelling UFOs as basically conventional metal "spacecraft", or "flying metal
cities riveted together" (as in sci-fi movies, or large type UFO sightings), is a juvenile concept that is bound to fail. Most UFOs are not
conventional in any way, shape or form!
Non-conventional energy sources
Although metal spacecraft no doubt exist- I wouldn't assume they don't, it's just that most (including the 15 or so I've seen!) are not normal at
all. Their spectacular weirdness always leaves me in awe.
The $100,000 will never be claimed, the UFO phenomenon will continue to not be addressed properly, or even considered- mainly because there is an
impenetrable wall of circular, inbred reasoning, assumptions as to the nature of the phenomenon (that you can even "get a piece of one!" -
what a stupid idea! ). Even if you can get close- you just go ahead & try to get a peice of one! ).
The lack of scope of vision in the scientific community of Neandertals thinking much too highly of themselves & the scope of our
accomplishments as humanity, does not help at all either.
Apologies for the rant- it's just that it's just a really stupid idea- $100,000 is not a lot of money for anyone to justify risking their
life coming forward- it's just not allowed. You may think you'd be brave & say "I wouldn't be afraid to come forward", but this type of thinking
is very foolish. Cockroaches don't "stand up & be brave" to shoes.