wots all this ufo lark all about , can anyone direct me to genuine proof of their existance?
- Newdivide1701Lv 74 years agoFavorite Answer
We cannot rely upon grainy videos, eyewitness testimony or cave drawings alone. We need physical evidence that can be tested to say definitively whether the UFO is of extraterrestrial origins.
And is there such evidence?
In a word, yes.
There's actually been physical evidence for quite some time, and nothing to do with government coverups.
One incident is where a UFO landed behind a barn and witnessed by several people. The next day there's a burn mark in the middle of a field. Now when that soil was tested they found that the soil was sterilized and subjected to high levels of radiation. And a year later, hardly anything can grow in that one burn patch.
Now when you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth. Now how is it possible that swamp gas can do that? Hm?
Crop circles that causes compasses to go haywire when you enter the circle. Grab another compass just in case it was a defective compass and repeat the experiment. Science is about being able to repeat the experiment. And if compass after compass after compass goes haywire and only in the circle, it's genuine.
Unless someone can show the world how rope and a wooden plank can cause unusual magnetic fields that can drain batteries, make compasses go haywire and mutate wheat stock.
Betty Cash, Vicky Langstrom and her grandson Cody suffered what doctors diagnosed as radiation sickness after the trio allegedly encountered a UFO, and there were no nuclear facilities in the location of the incident. Diagnosed meaning lab tests, blood samples, even medical exams. Records confirming the exposure.
So, can a sceptic prove that seeing the planet Venus can result in radiation sickness?
Carl Sagan once said "that extraordinary claims requires extraordinary evidence."
BUT Sir Arthur Conan Doyle said "Once you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains, no matter how improbable, must be the truth."
That means once you are able to eliminate all Earthly explanations, then you may have to dive into UN-Earthly explanations. Where in this case if the only possible explanation is a UFO, such as the burn marks on the previous UFO landing example must be a UFO.
Can sceptics say ball lightning can produce the exact same effect? Was it actually a radioactive weather balloon that suddenly disappeared? You'd be surprised on how Earthly explanations are presented by sceptics are so radical if not ludicrous that the idea of UFOs is more plausible.
- The Anti-TheistLv 64 years ago
Sure, anything that passes through the air, that you cannot identify, is an unidentified flying object.
So they definitely exist. Are any of them aliens? Unlikely.
- 4 years ago
i never mentioned aliens .. good god man ,aliens indeed you sound like the synical optimist