posted on Jul, 1 2013 @ 01:09 PM
My thoughts on UFOs are that something is absolutely up there. As to why after all this time, we just can not prove those darn things exist...I feel
it comes down to our perception of reality.
I am often curious as to why we can not empirically prove their existence even after millions of people have witnessed them and many high ranking
officials have come forward to tell us their stories about UFOs. Supposedly there is "physically" proof out there, yet that is still not good enough
to once and for all define this phenomenon as actual reality, at least not scientifically.
All of the combined information on the subject matter makes me truly feel these "craft" are something that is actually just outside of our
perception of reality. That would explain why after all these years, with all our technology, that we can still not close the book on UFOs.
Are we alone in this giant mess of what we call the "Universe"? Probably not.
Are we being visited and or monitored by extraterrestrial or inter-dimensional beings? Possibly.
Can we prove the existence of UFOs? Nope.
Can we prove the non-existence of UFOs? Nope.
To me these four questions leave this case wide open for investigation and I see no time soon that this case will be solved. Why can we not truly
define and prove the existence of UFOs? Because possibly "they" are still outside our form of perception, perhaps our brains are just not wired to
truly figure this conundrum out. I like to compare it to humans trying to hold a conversation with an insect, we can try to talk to it until we are
blue in the face but we will never be able to because we are just too different, genetically and physically.
I hope that this has sparked query within your investigative reasoning. Thank you for reading.