posted on Apr, 17 2013 @ 11:28 AM
The disclosure project gave me a bad taste in my mouth even back when it was news.
Just too fancy. Too showy. Too bold.
Ufology, the part of it that I value, is never dramatic. It's just some random witnesses.
Frankly, I put more stock in our hunt for other earths than I do ufology. The fact that we nearly have a young earth in the guise of Titan and a
planet which had water, Mars, is big news to me.
But Ufology still inhabits the back part of my mind.
Still, if you're looking for big news, I don't think it'll be little green men. I think it'll be about the origins of life or about other planetary
systems around other stars. It'll be astrophysics and chemistry. It'll be a lot of science. It won't have movie stars to push its appeal or dramatic
I won't rule out an ET message recieved at SETI or a televised ufo landing on the news. Who knows? Nobody can say for sure. Right now, we're living in
the dark ages in terms of galactic knowledge. Hundreds of years from now, people will be able to say we were ignorant. Evenso, we're witness to a
burgeoning of knowledge about where we come from and our interstellar neighborhood.
Just don't say that I ever falsely got your hopes up. I believe we will die still with many questions on our minds unanswered. The knowledge to be
gained is too vast and impenetrable. We're just one step on a long and ceaseless ladder up into the realms of greater knowledge and greater
edit on 17-4-2013 by jonnywhite because: (no reason given)