I've never had a fully conscious sighting of a UFO. The strangest thing I've seen was just a point of light in the sky that got brighter and brighter
and then dimmed until it was gone. It didn't move. It could have been a satellite. It could have been maybe a helicopter coming/going from a strange
angle. It could have been a lot of things. but I don't think it was an alien spaceship.
My Grandpa saw a ufo. He says it was oblong with lights around it. He saw it at night. To be honest, I still think he saw a semi-truck or a
helicopter. He was old. He must have been 80. I know he's smartish with things, but he's very clumsy sometimes and I can imagine him being wrong.
He also todl me he saw a sea serpent when fishing with someone in the 1950's or 1960's.
And ya there're a few other stories I've heard.
Bottom line, you just don't know. Witnesses are not evidence, they're just stories. It's only evidence when you've got dozens of witnesses
corroborating each other and video and radar and trace evidence ALL TOGETHER for a particular incident. There're probably only a couple cases like
But even evidence can't prove this phenomenon. It comes down to What do you believe?
I believe we're not alone. I believe that we're not as important as we want to think. But ironically, I think we're still studied just as we study
animals here on earth. Maybe we entertain ET's.
Just because ET's are more advanced than us doesn't mean they know everything. We're more advanced than mice, but we don't know everything about mice.
Hence, we study them. Why should this not be true for ET too? Who knows what new science disciplines will emerge?
I believe we'll get our chance. We're like James Harden playing in Houston. Young guy. Playing good. He may or may not become a superstar, but he's
got a good opportunity to do that.
People can mess up, just like countries. /nod to North Korea.
These're just things I believe. Different people can believe different things.
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