I started watching the video, and after the introduction, and five mins of running through a couple of soundbytes from various interveiwees, I
realised that in the space of time it took for me to watch those, I had heard several things stated as fact, that to this day cannot be proven.
At that point, I stopped the video.
I am of the opinion that the idea of alien life in the universe is mathematically supportable. However, to prove to me that some species have come
here, abducted people, sampled thier flesh and vital juices, landed craft, walked around a fair bit, taken part in a pie eating contest, or what the
hell else they have been accused of over the years, I would want to see the same level of forensically aquired data. I want to see footprint analysis,
I want to see tests done on bits of alien DNA, by independant scientists at the top of thier game, I want to see thier craft picked over by engineers
and physicists I respect, like proffessor Noel Sharkey, an expert in electrical engineering, robotics, computer science and so on, and the famous
Brian Cox, star physicist of TV fame, who worked on the ATLAS project at the Large Hadron Collider, and so on (and, on a completely unrelated note,
was keyboardist for 80's pop group D:Ream, best known for thier song "Things can only get better").
These fellows, and other respected members of the scientific community, would be an awful lot freer to examine the facts for themselves, if the
media, and I have to say, certain undesirable elements of the UFOlogy community were not so hell bent on making a nonsense of the scientific process,
and so hell bent on destroying any legitimacy the feild can have, at every turn. However, that is what occurs, and what keeps our finest scientific
minds away from the subject in the main. In spite of that Brian Cox, for one, has had his run ins with the establishment over ET related issues,
detailed in this thread:
This fellow, and others of his ilk, are the sort who should be running the investigations the thinking, the experimentations which might lead to a
confirmed discovery of alien intelligences, and video like the one posted by the OP, created by Disney, is not going to lend any weight to the
arguements that might one day lead to people of some scientific understanding, actually involving themselves properly in this field.