Submit UFO's are not real. I used to believe in this UFO crap but for quite some time now I've rejected it because there's so many fallacies and inconsistencies in this myth. One thing that annoys me is people claiming they saw a UFO because they witnessed a bright light in the sky. A bright light could mean a million other things such as the sun, a loose balloon, a star during the nighttime or so many other things that could resemble a UFO.
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MERGE exists and is an alternate of. If something is seen apparently flying, and it is unidentified, it is at least for the moment an unidentified flying object. So this can include a myriad of objects from weather balloons to light aircraft. These conclusions are speculations that are matters of opinion.
Of course, not many people are good observers, and even "trained" observers, such as pilots, have often misidentified things they have seen in the sky.
The number of UFOs which, after formal investigation, remain unidentified, is a small though significant proportion of the number of reported cases. Theories as to what these unidentified objects are ranger widely from psychological or spiritual experiences to solid machines of unknown and possibly extra-terrestrial origin.
There is NO proof that these UFOs come from outer space, or that they have an extraterrestrial origin. My personal feelings are that they are a myth. With our current knowledge of physics, nothing is able to travel faster than the speed of light. In fact, nothing we know is able to even come close to the speed of light.
Our fasted object is Voyager 1, which is travelling at around 30, MPH. Our nearest star is around 4. So with our current knowledge, travel to the distant stars is impossible.
Our Galaxy is approximatelylight years across and we reside about 25, light years from the center, lets say, we have a craft that can travel faster than the speed of light or even use worm holes or other exotic space travel options.
Why would you go to all that trouble and not make yourself known. Why pick a solitary pickup driver, in an isolated place for a candidate of interstellar investigation, Our position in the galaxy puts us on the outer edge of the galaxy, so if there are any inter planetary explorers, there are MANY more interesting objects closer to home than us.
The chances that an UFO from an extraterrestrial has landed or even landed on Earth is highly unlikely. Its not possible for there to be someone out there for everyone as the ratio of women to men is not 1: There isnt someone out there for everyone as there is literally not enough people for this to be true - have to factor in gay people and those who have died as well Oh yes, I believe that with all my heart.
Myth: Airline pilots never see UFOs, so they must not be real Fact: There have been many cases of pilot sightings ever since the s and they continue through today. Some of the most convincing UFO reports were produced in the s, s and s by airline pilots, military pilots and ex-military pilots but even today there are startling . REPRESENTATIONS FIND THEIR meaning inside myths, inside the field of mythic discourse, but they find them inside science too. The difficulty as always is disentangling one from the other. What has come to be called the Roswell Incident was likely little more than a comedy of errors inflamed by Cold War secrecy and paranoia. Nevertheless, the groundwork was laid for the formation of an enduring national myth.
Some people just have unrealistic opinions as to what type of person they should be with. A pleasant looking guy is interested in a girl, but along comes some knock-out stud that rocks her off her feet. Sometimes we miss out on the beauty of the person inside and only see the outside the shell.
When we do this we really mess ourselves up.
She wanted me to see a picture of him on her computer and see what I thought. I asked her why it was so important what I thought. That said a lot about the guy.
She wants us to meet him along with her parents, and we are up for it. Thank heavens she does listen. I think this relationship is going to work out as they are getting "promise rings. In the 50s when I grew up we may wear the pin of the football jock we went out with or the ring of a guy that we wore around our necks on a chain, but not al the time; our word was good enough.UFO Myth #1: “UFOs Do Not Exist” The Pentagon’s Mysterious U.F.O Program” put to rest the question of whether or not UFOs are real.
CEO Tom Delonge, along with several other people, including a recently retired director of Lockheed Aerospace, Steve Justice, a Department of Defense Scientist, Hal Puthoff, a senior intelligence. UFO's: Fact or Myth? Essay examples - UFO's: Fact or Myth. "Deep Throat: A military UFO.
Mr. Mulder, why are those like yourself, who believe in the existence of extra terrestrial life on this Earth, not dissuaded by all the evidence to the contrary. Mulder: Because, all the evidence to the contrary, is not entirely dissuasive. UFOs may or may not be a myth. We just need more proof, more studies done to prove one way or the other.
But, it seems that if there are UFOs, they have been visiting the Earth for thousands of years. This is my third and final response to the UFO Iconoclast post opposed to the idea of man-made UFOs.
(See Part 1 and Part 2).I just finished the new book by Vallee and Aubeck and will be writing a lengthy review of it. The Bruin Alliance of Skeptics and Secularists (BASS) gave out a version of this Fact or Fiction quiz on Bruin Day and it was a huge success.
Now we're offering an online version in five installments for those who'd like to test their ability to distinguish truth from lies/5.
In fact, so seismic was the show’s influence that ITV saw fit to dedicate an entire evening’s scheduling to UFOs – showcased somewhat predictably in the familiar format of a panel debate.