Monday, May 08, 2006

Secret UFO study released


Those who wish to believe in aliens from outer space are free to do so. But a recent report from the UK debunks their fantasies. Now the believers, in visits from anal probing aliens, have dismissed the lack of hard evidence as a conspiracy and cover up. They discuss "secret reports" which, they are convinced, support their wacko claims and lament that the reports are still secret.

There are secret reports. How many? We don't know, they're secret! But there is one secret report that's no secret anymore. The 400 page document, Unidentified Aerial Phenomena in the UK, was written in 2000 and took a hard look at the evidence for visitors from outer space. It was marked "secret" and it took requests via the Freedom of Information Act to finally pry this hot document out of the hands of the government. But don't expect conspriracy advocates and would be "abductees" lining up to get a copy. It comes to conclusions completely opposite of what these people want to believe hence they will dismiss it out of hand.

The report concludes: "No evidence exists to suggest that the phenomena seen are hostile or under any type of control, other than that of natural physical forces." The British Ministry of Defense has looked into the matter before and said they found no evidence that space ships are visiting earth. With the release of this report they say that no further studies will be conducted unless new evidence emerges to cause them to change their mind. Obviously a cover-up! Conspiracy! No doubt the British government has been taken over by pod people or reptilian aliens disguised as humans. And send me $29.95 and I'll.... Oh, never mind. But it sure can be fun to fantasize and if you are clever at it, and can write wacko books, you can make a nice income catering to the fantasies of some people.

6 Comments:

Blogger Derreck said...

The chance that there are more planets with live, is pretty large, the chance that that life is of the same complexity, and is as advanced as ours, is nihil.

It's most unlikely, besides, God would be a very buissy, and creative guy in case there would be more life like ours; would He ever run out of creationist-clay? It is prety certain though, that life exists in outer space, but that is on a bacterial level. Bacteries don't build space ships, and probably just give our beloved Bush a flu, instead of a vote.

How I wish I was a bacteria...

May 08, 2006

 
Blogger CLS said...

True. It may be there is life on the bacterial level -- sort of like congress. And if there is higher forms they are so far away as to be immaterial. The speed of light remains a constant as far as we know regardless of where you are so it is unlikely they would ever spend thousands of years traveling just to drop in and say hello. As for your wish to be bacteria. Well, many of the lunatic fringe int he Green movement already think you are bacteria and a blight on the planet.

May 08, 2006

 
Blogger Derreck said...

Hmm, we are but a pack of neurons, so are bacterias. I'd just love to give Bush a bad-ass flu.

We are not bacteria's, we are gardeners, trying to figure out what was the weed, and what were the flowers. Silly green movement weed; eradicate.

May 08, 2006

 
Blogger Indioheathen said...

I've noted over the years that most atheists not only reject the existence of deities and inorganic paranormal phenomenon, but also, apart from that, the possibility of organic extraterrestrial inteligent life discreetly monitoring our planet as well by some technologically advanced means, including flight craft.

Imagine, for a moment, that "flying saucers" piloted by intelligent beings from other worlds with knowledge, science, and technology way advanced beyond ours on earth are studying us discreetly. However, their flight technology was not always perfect, and there have been a few occasions in the past where their flight craft have crashed in remote areas in some countries, and governments, including a few superpowers, have retrieved the wreckage, remains, etc.

Do you believe most governments would publicize this?

I do not, because for one, they would want to keep the technology to themselves for possible future benefit for military purposes, etc.; i.e., if they were ever able to figure the technology out. The other reason is that a lot of governments would be concerned that mass public knowlwdge of visitors with far advanced technology from other worlds might cause too much emotional fear abd panic among the masses. Therefore, governments are going to keep knowledge and evidence of such phenonemon secret.

My point is that individuals should not necessarily believe in such "space visitors" without direct evidence, but on the other hand, we should not entirely rule out the possibility that we, using an old cliché, are "insects being watched by gods" by non-supernatural technological means beyond our present knowledge and understanding of physics.

May 08, 2006

 
Blogger GodlessZone said...

First, Indioheathen is a friend of this site and his support is always welcomed and appreciated. Now there are two issues here. One is what I posted about. A secret report existed. UFO believers say such reports prove their case. This one was forced into public and showed the opposite. That is really the only point I was making. The second point I want to back refers to your last comment. I agree that without evidence we should not accept these theories about aliens. And I'm not sure what you mean by "we should not entirely rule out the possibility..." My position is that I have no reason to believe they exist. None. I hold no positive belief in this area like I hold no positive belief in a god thus I am an a-theist (without god). I so I am an a-alienist (without space aliens). Now for reasons too long and complicated for this posting I think that aliens fall into a category that are possible but unlikely where as supernatural entitites I think fall into the impossible. I certainly can change my mind if evidence is offered but in the many years I have watched this debate I've seen no evidence that I thought worthy of considering.

May 08, 2006

 
Blogger Derreck said...

Haha! You make me smile; a-alienist...

Anyway, as I said, there may be life out there, but probably just on a bacterial level, and without oxygen. This is an important part of our own history you see?

May 09, 2006

 

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