I can also tell you how your 'SCIENTIFIC' METHOD of 'I don't see it, I have no evidence of it, therefore it doesn't exist' is plain wrong. Area
51 was not known to exist, so does that mean when someone in those times at which it was not even known to exist - someone said 'It exists' then
others responded 'It does not, there is no evidence' - did that invalidate the matter of its existence?
There is so much fail in this I don't know where to begin.
#1 It is completely plausible that secret bases can and do exist. That wouldn't have been an unreasonable thing to believe that there was a secret
military installation in the middle of the desert.
#2 There was plenty of evidence for Area-51 for years prior to it becoming well known. Skylab astronauts even snapped a photo of it. Funnily enough no
UFO researchers bothered to go through Skylab photo archives or they'd have had undeniable proof of a secret military base in 1974. The photos were
in a NASA archive open to any and all.
#3. There is a difference between saying, "I need evidence to go forward with what you believe." and "What you believe does not exist."
I am in the the first category.
I know by definition and study after study that the vast majority of UFOs (95-98%) are misidentification of aircracft, spacecraft, weather or
atmospheric phenomena, stars, planets, satellites, meteors, even stuff like remote controlled airplanes, helicopters and drones. That means that you
are going to need some VERY good evidence for it NOT to be one of the above, just based on probability it is likely your UFO has a mundane
Do I need to give other examples of bases, things that are classified, mixed with disinformation, made sure that to such like you it will be
non-existent, exactly because such like you do a good favor to those into the know to keep public unaware, ridiculed because 'I do not see it.. will
you look at that.. so it doesn't exist!'
Classified bases and projects are a known unknown. In other words its plausible to believe they exist without any evidence.
UFOs piloted by space aliens is in another category all together.
Anyone could have taken you up White Sides peak and showed you Area-51. You yourself could have seen Skylab or Russian photos of it.
To my knowledge, no one can take me to view an alien or alien spacecraft commonly called a UFO therefore it is unreasonable to ask that I'd take such
a claim at face value.
One has evidence which can be repeatedly examined. (secret bases)
The other has anecdotes, blurry videos/photos, a ton of hoaxes, a ton of "noise" in the data. (UFOs as ET)
I would like to find evidence of ET either out there or down here but I will not jump the gun, rush to judgement and declare "First Contact" until
that is undeniable and no evidence has risen to that level yet.
I have an open mind and fully am aware that things could change overnight. But for now, aliens which can not be seen, or interacted with are as good
I'm sure Alice would agree. Bring us an alien, some alien technology, etc and that changes.