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So if we can get back to the basics and ask this question,
Why, with this billions of camera phones on earth...
and with all these good retro cases like phoenix lights, roswell, rendlesham forest heck even chicago o`haire airport... is there NOTHING besides for hear say and testiominies
It's not that there aren't still the same number of flying saucers out there in the woods. Maybe there are. But increasing the number of crappy cell phone cameras among people living in crowded cities hasn't really increased the number of opportunities for people to get good photos of unusual things in out-of-the-way places. It just floods the Internet with lousy photos that make us all tired and discouraged.
You chose the worst of the worst, scammers and hoaxers. Alex Collier? Greer? Project Camelot?
Any "serious" UFOlogist will shudder hearing any of those names.
There ARE good UFO books and UFO researchers out there. You also don't go into a video store and try to find a "good movie" at the bottom of the "on sale" junk bin with the movies for $0.99. The above are pretty much the equivalent in terms of UFOlogy.
A good friend of mine, John Alexander, told me that once I start investigating UFOs I would become part of the conspiracy whether I like it or not.
What I noticed about the topic, sadly, is that is has been inundated with so much claptrap that academia and the scientific community regard it as toxic.
My latest observations, which is very important, is that a good number of those studying Ufology have been reaching out to Aerial Phenomena for training, guidance, etc.
Even with an HD camera, it is so easily to manipulate these days, there is almost no way to tell or prove something by a piece of footage or a photo. I strongly believe in UFOs and ETs, but without seeing them myselves, I doubt any Ufologist can convince me 100%.