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.