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reply to post by fenian8
Haha!!! Nice!!! Go John Doe!!! But the chances of that happening are almost zero. I have a better chance of having a threesome with Oprah Winfrey and Jennifer anniston.
Yes, but what if John Doe went off on his investigations and found top secret, never before seen documents from a top FBI Roswell investigator sent to the president of the US of A saying something on the lines of,
Mr President we have a problem, our Grey visitors have crashed shortly after take off heading back to Sirius. They crashed in New Mexico and there were a lot of witnesses and even the local media are onto the story, what actions should we take?
And along side this document was a hand written and signed letter from the President stating,
Tell the witnesses they saw a weather balloon, and i mean TELL those witnesses they most DEFINATELY saw a weather balloon. As for our visitors, destroy the dead and take the livnig back to there HQ at Area 51.
Now John Doe has the irrefutable proof of the whole cover up and goes onto release it to the public.
As redboxin says the ramifacation of the recent past can still affect the near future.
Or as i would put it a smoking gun piece of evidence from anywhere in the past could alter humans whole belief systems right from the moment that smoking gun is found.
reply to post by OccamsRazor04
I know the point of the OP, i was just saying if there ever was irrefutible, 100% concrete evidence not yet known or discovered, then keeping old mysteries alive would be well worth it. They are after all unsolved mysteries, sooooo there must be something a miss, and to get to the bottom of it like hopefully one day our John Doe might, well to me it would be worth it. What are we to do? Give up searching for the truth?
Imagine one day we excavated the ground under the sphinx and it unearthed blue prints for a stargate to travel through the universe. And it worked, wouldn`t our interest in mysteries older than 40 years be worth it???
Keep The Faith!!!!
The rendlesham Forrest incident happened in 1980. That's 33yrs and what have we learned? Did something land in the Forrest? I really don't know. I think this case has peaked and has nothing more to offer.