posted on Feb, 17 2014 @ 12:10 AM
I came across this interesting and, in my opinion, spot on article on the lack of good UFO photographs. There have been tens maybe hundreds of
thousands of seemingly credible close encounters, many in our current modern era, where everybody seems to have a cell phone camera. Why do we have a
handful of genuinely unidentified UFO photos?
In our modern world, nearly everybody has a digital camera in their cell phone. Hundreds of thousands of surveillance cameras watch our streets,
banks, and any facility of any importance. There are even dozens of always-operating surveillance cameras recording the sky day and night, set to
capture imagery of UFO's. According to polls, there should be nearly a hundred close encounters with UFO's a night in the USA alone. Where are these
If there is a car chase, a burst water main, bad weather, a tornado, a plane crash - any rare event at all that is of the slightest news interest
- there is amateur video of it. Where are the hundreds of cell phone movies of close encounters? Where are the thousands of surveillance videos of
nocturnal lights and daylight discs?
This is the greatest evidence that UFO's in fact do not exist, at least nowhere except the mind of the observer…
Occasionally witnesses will report all electronics (including cell phone cameras etc...) shutting down or going wild during encounters with UFOs.
Indeed, electromagnetic effects are a common theme among the more credible UFO sightings.
In addition, witnesses will sometimes report being so amazed by whatever they are witnessing that they will forget to take a picture, or chose not to
in fear of missing the spectacle unfolding before their eyes.
Perhaps this is true, but at times these ideas seem more like excuses than anything else.
What say you, ATS?
edit on 17-2-2014 by thesearchfortruth because: changed wording