posted on Sep, 6 2013 @ 01:09 AM
I too have asked myself if maybe we're truly alone in hte vast universe. I don't mean us being hte only intelligent life, I mean earth being the only
place with life of any sort in our universe.
I want to be fair and don't want to be simpleminded or set in my ways.
But then I think of all the planets and moons and asteroids and comets and rogue planets and gas clouds and.... the astronoimcal numbers start to
overwhelm me and I rebound.
I rebound back to where I'm at now. I think there's a great c hance there's life out here, but it may not be intelligent. If it's intelligent then it
must have a good reason for avoiding us because where's the evicence? I'm assuming that the ufo reports are actually conventional phenomena and are
not indicative of ET's visiting earth and watching us for some unspecified reason.
Ofc, maybe some of the ufo reports really are indicating something of ET origin. There're so many reports in hte past 50 years that it really is mind
boggling. If just 1 were ET... If just 1 were ET then we must ask how and why the ET's evade us. We must ask how it can be we do not know.
I think some people beleive if ET has been here we'd know and some believe we might not. I guess it depends on how you think it's possible ET's would
evade us for so long. The conventional wisdom is it's a conspiracy, but what if just 1 ET probe visited and left and is now 3000 billion miles
Most people are stupid and misidentify and apt to tie unrelated things together to explain what they do not know, so for an educated person it's easy
to think ufos are misidentified conventional phenomena. I guess this is even easier to think if you work in a science field and routinely see ignorant
edit on 6-9-2013 by jonnywhite because: (no reason given)