posted on Jul, 1 2013 @ 04:21 PM
Over the last few years we have argued over the validity of the subject and I think now we are ready for some clarity.
Occam's Razor means that the simplest answer is normally the correct one so lets apply that to ufology with three issues.
If you take all the national polls into consideration the statistics work out at 5-7% of people say they have seen a ufo and 10-15% know someone who
There are 3,500-5,000 UFO trace evidence cases.
NARCAP (National Aviation Reporting Center on Anomalous Phenomenon) reports over 3,500 documented pilot sightings.
Now the most important thing is what is more likely .
1. None of the above is true,
2.Some of the above is valid.
The way I see it is we only need ONE case out of all the thousands through history to be true.
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