First of all, I would like to state that I personnally am convinced that some UFO's are real spacecraft from other planets. I also believe that some
people have indeed seen them, have maybe established contact with the ships or the occupants, and maybe even have travelled with them. I also believe
that some of those ships may well have been interacting with humans or other animals with or without their consent. I also believe that it is very
possible that some of those crafts have crashed on earth, or somehow had an "accident". Finally, I strongly believe that earthly governments know
more than they say, maybe have artifacts of alien origin, ships maybe, why not even bodies, and who knows... alive beings.
That said... I cannot honestly believe the tantalizing number of people who are looking for UFO's on official NASA pictures... Let me explain... When
your parents didn't know you were smoking, would you show them the summer holiday camp pictures with you smoking with friends? The answer is no.
There is, in my views, 100% chance that governments and agencies of all sorts, including the military authorities, are actively hiding most of things
related to UFO's or aliens visits. At least, up to a certain point, since the number of people interested & requesting documents has increased
amazingly for the past few dozens of years. Why then, if their intent is to keep it concealed from the public, would they allow pictures or videos of
those alien ships to go public?
I think there are several directions to follow here...
- The astronauts have said publicly that they "were never alone"
Pointless here to quote again and again, everyone is aware of it. So indeed, those men who were and still are properly speaking heroes have said that
they were not alone in space... And nobody told them to remain silent?
Why would that be?... Considering the number of reports, many years before the first man in space, that mentioned spaceships or at least alleged ones,
it would probably not shock anyone to hear one more... but from an astronaut? It becomes a bit more curious there, and one can wonder if letting them
speak would not be part of a slow & vast disclosure of until then unknown (or unofficial) facts.
There's just one small problem there... Those people spoke on their name, not on NASA's...
- All those pictures are faked by NASA itself
What purpose would that serve? One possibility is that actually those are not faked at all, but totally unrelated to UFO's, simply misinterpreted.
The other is that indeed some pictures have captured UFO's, and showing them is also part of that disclosure.
Again there's a little problem I think. They would be ruining their own credibility by proceeding in that way. Disclose something is done "openly",
even if slowly, but continuing to deny what seems obvious for many is not the best show of honesty. This would then raise questions about all the rest
with them. So I don't think that this "leak" is intentional, if leak there is...
- They didn't notice those UFO's on the pictures
Yeah right... So, the security procedures are that strict, things take ages before being released, they are closely watched by dozens of experts
before release, and ultimately it's Mr John Doe, average internet user, who finds out? That defies all forms of logic.
This leads me to believe that searching for "hidden" things in official pictures and videos is a waste of time. There may have been a time indeed,
when there were live broadcasts of the shuttle, etc., but that time is long gone now.
If some people wanted us to find out what they have discovered, then trust me, we would know by now. If, again, the average internet user is able to
spot that little something, then they have spotted it too (reminds me of that wooden bar on Mars!).
I would like to hear all reasons why (or why not) the officials of the government, agencies, military..., would or would not reveal pieces of this
cosmic puzzle. In my opinion, it's not through official publications.