posted on Feb, 28 2014 @ 06:10 PM
I used to watch youtube videos of these things all the time. I used to think "how is this not being talked about?" I then bought myself a 4" reflector
telescope. I looked through this night after night after night. What did I see? Planets. Nebulae. Clusters. Galaxies. I've recently upsized to a a
full GoTo 8" reflector. Have I seen anything out of the ordinary? No.
Let me get this straight, I'm not saying ET's are not out there. Personally, I believe they are. A huge part of me also believes that various
governments across our planet are obscuring the truth from us. Have I, a man who spends many, many hours outside at night, looking upwards; with a
DSLR attached; with a webcam attached; with my eye glued to a 10mm eyepiece - seen anything I can't explain? No. Am I a little bit gutted about this?
I've looked at Jupiter a lot in the last few weeks and I can tell you that, other than a few moons hanging around, causing trouble, there is nothing
out of this world up there.
I beg anyone who watches these videos to spend a little cash and buy a scope. Even a small one will give you some cracking views. Enjoy what you see
up there and consider our place in the cosmos (Sorry if I sound a little Carl Sagan there). You will see some amazing things. What you will not see
are things 'heading straight for us.' If you see the mothership, please give me a call, but in all honesty you will most likely just see stars,
planets and faint fuzzies.
I live in hope that one day a respected amateur will catch more, but I doubt it.
I know I'm a contradiction - saying I believe in ET's but don't believe in a lot of youtube vids - but that's a different story, bringing up
interstellar travel, time travel and interdimensional travel - all of which it is far too late for, for me.
Have a great night,
edit on 28-2-2014 by cado angelus because: style