posted on Jul, 8 2013 @ 10:14 PM
There's just as much evidence for the existence of visitation by non-terrestrial intelligence as there is for any number of 'miracles' performed by
television evangelists, and tribal psychic surgeons.
One of the problems with all this 'evidence' is the fidelity of the means, prejudices, and bias by which said 'evidence' has been obtained. Too
often over zealous self trained 'researchers', ufologisits irrevocably contaminate cases.
A few rules to go by in looking at cases to clear out false positives;
1. Regardless the source, eye-witness accounts that are only eye witness accounts even where a mass sighting occurs are just stories and
2. Anything requiring hypnosis for validity is inadmissible.
3. Anything occurring while in bed, sleeping, or even driving such that attribution hynopompic, hypnogogic, or other similar sleep related, or
self-hypnotic states may find attribution are also inadmissible.
4. Anything involving altered states of consciousness, including those achieved with chemical assistance are inadmissible.
The list could go on to name further inadmissible qualities under what I'm calling the Skully paradigm, but for now, even with extreme prejudice,
there's still a number of interesting cases.
Still, all these only suggest evidence of 'something', and interpretation of that 'something' is still a matter of debate.