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Are we in the midst of a revolution for UFO truth?

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posted on Jun, 22 2007 @ 05:42 AM
Hi All,

I joined the ATS board last week and have been interested in how well we, as a group, can find logical explanations to the various hoaxes and lies that are claimed by some well known (CSETI) and other lesser known (James Casbolt, Barry King) people.

It seems to me that these people who seem to be in it only for the money, are rapidly being found out. How much longer can they survive without producing any concrete evidence to support their claims? Should we allow them to carry on fleacing people out of money?

The UFO community needs to come together against these people who are ruining any of the credibility this subject deserves.

I want to believe, three members of my family saw a UFO 4 years ago, all of them scared to tell anyone openly, and all with the same story. It was this that started my interest.

There is something going on I have no doubt, but we need to clear away the lies and deception.

posted on Jun, 22 2007 @ 05:52 AM
It's a difficult situation isn't it?
I think that something is definitely going on at the moment. However, the people who are making lots of money from books and the like have to have their priorities questioned. Are they really searching for the truth? Are they out to make a quick buck? Are they spreading disinformation, and if so, for whom and to what purpose?
I hope that something unquestionable is going to happen soon. I really can't wait to hear NASA's statement on the light's shown turning and accelerating on the latest Shuttle mission. It sure as hell ain't ice.

Here's hoping.


edited for poor grammar.

[edit on 22-6-2007 by more_serotonin_pls]

posted on Jun, 22 2007 @ 06:01 AM
I dont have a problem with people writing a book about what they know. People have to get food on the table and if somebody is devoting all his time/life into 'research' then why not. The problem is that there is to many BS being written as facts, and that BS is getting harder and harder to seperate from the real truth.

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