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Started by nomadbird, December 26, 2016, 10:13:22 PM
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Quote from: <k> on December 26, 2016, 10:32:59 PMIn the first place, the subject in general is not considered a scientific respectable subject, so that is one reason why normally the subject would not be touched. Secondly, given the lack of hard evidence on the subject, it would be difficult to know what to portray. The "flying saucer" is probably considered an old-fashioned concept these days. Then you have all the tales of "close encounters".The closest I can find on the subject is this:New Schwabia.A Pole reported seeing Nazi scientists testing an anti-gravity device at a site in Poland in 1943. I saw a serious TV programme about it. The physics of it had something to do with electromagnetism.
Quote from: <k> on December 26, 2016, 10:32:59 PMIn the first place, the subject in general is not considered a scientific respectable subject, so that is one reason why normally the subject would not be touched.
Quote from: <k> on December 27, 2016, 09:51:20 PMYes, I was relaying the general opinion of our scientific materialist society / civilisation. It's a fascinating and mysterious subject and one I take very seriously. I have read lots of books about the various aspects and hypotheses, including Jacques Vallée and John Keel. I too think the extraterrestrial hypothesis is the least likely.
Quote from: Thulium on December 27, 2016, 08:49:44 PMI think the subject is generally not touched by the scientific community due to ridicule and a resulting risk to one's careers. However, I have sat in on a number of informal meetings at NASA where the subject is taken seriously, as something worthy of interest. I have also read through hundreds of competent USAF pilot reports of UFOs and helped a NASA scientist write a book on the subject. That said, I am not convinced these objects are "aliens"; they have been observed throughout recorded history, back to Roman times...and likely before then. The French astronomer Jacques Vallee has written a number of interesting and open-minded works on the subject.
Quote from: nomadbird on December 27, 2016, 10:06:16 PMPilots have constantly reported many sightings, but may be the eyes deceive at that height and the other factors to influence the human brain to perceive what it would look like to than what is actually real..... While searching about aliens, got a topic on whether earth is flat!
Quote from: Thulium on December 27, 2016, 08:49:44 PMI helped a NASA scientist write a book on the subject.