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  • Unidentified Flying Objects undoubtedly exist.

    Most people have seen something in the sky that they can't identify. The question I think you're probably asking though is do we have evidence that objects maneuver through our atmosphere that we are unable to account for after analysis. Yes. Certainly. The next question is, could these all be due to unusual atmospheric phenomena we're simply unfamiliar with, or with misidentified secret terrestrial craft, or with other relatively prosaic explanations? The answer to that is probably no, but depends on what you're willing to accept as evidence. There have been a number of official studies which have concluded that given the evidence (in the best cases, this usually consists of a combination of radar tracking, tracking by other means such as ECM equipment, reputable reports by qualified observers, including military pilots who have observed them and interacted with them for several minutes, even fired upon them, and in some cases trace evidence (which, to my knowledge has never been conclusive enough to be called anything but supportive).
    Given that science leads us to believe there is a high likelihood our galaxy is home to other intelligent lifeforms besides our own, and given that scientifically and statistically, we are highly likely to be millions or even billions of years newer than any such hypothetical people, and given that a lifeform like us, with only a few hundred thousand days worth of experience with advanced technology could, at probably a leisurely pace, conceivably colonize every star in our galaxy within a few million years if we chose to devote the resources to it, again, as this sentence is a long one, I will repeat: Given these things, the odds would seem good, or at least it would not be ridiculous at all to assume that we might be latecomers to a party that has already colonized the galaxy (indeed, it wouldn't be ridiculous to assume we might be a part of their effort). Having done things like set off nuclear bombs and create a seventy light year bubble of radio waves pointing directly to our home world would like attract some sort of attention to anyone who might be nearby or who might have listening posts of any sort in our vicinity.

    It is naive and I think, very short sighted, to assume there is anything ridiculous about the notion that our planet has been visited by other intelligent beings.

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  • Scientifically, UFOs are to laugh at

    There are next to no academic papers about UFO in the scientific community. Why? Because there aren't any evidence that can be accepted in the eyes of a scientist. The sightings of them are always explainable, and the stories that the witness tell us are unreliable. UFOs persuade crowds like a conspiriay theory would: likely, but not logically.

  • Scientifically, the answer is clear.

    There are next to no academic papers about UFO in the scientific community. Why? Because there aren't any evidence that can be accepted in the eyes of a scientist. The sightings of them are always explainable, and the stories that the witness tell us are unreliable. UFOs persuade crowds like a conspiriay theory would: likely, but not logically.

  • They don't exist

    Of cause they don't exist. Yes, even though the whole universe hasn't been explored, that doesn't mean aliens exist. There could be a chance but if there is a chance, it must be very small. The odds of aliens judging to my research and my interviews with many UFO 'geeks' has proven poor so that means that they do NOT exist. They are a money making scam and it is a hoax to make people believe in them. The evidence is poor, the belief is poor, what else is there for the hoax of aliens? Probably not a lot.

  • No, UFO's are a big cover story.

    No, UFO's do not exist. UFO's started out as a hoax, yet people claim to have been abducted, abused and even tormented by these "creatures". There is no real proof of such a claim, these folks may have a mental disorder, a memory block or simply trying to get attention to obtain money. All in all, UFO's are nothing more than a money making concept to keep the idea "alive".


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