From word phrases like high-strangeness to anomalous activities; they suggest ‘things’ happening in reality that do not necessarily jive with the status quo and mainstream science. In fact, I would argue that science supports and reinforces the status quo which makes it very slanted in its own context. That is not an assumption; it is just a suggestion. I think an objective mind has to stand back and scrutinize what a majority of people would construe as reality because it may not be the truth. It takes critical thinking to encompass what may seem impossible and realize for a moment that it could be the truth. What we think is impossible may just be our reality; we just haven’t come to terms with it.
The deeper one dives into the research the more questions develop in a complex web of mysteries that often become interrelated. For an untrained or weak mind, all this “truth” would drive some people mad, or just turn them into another conspiracy nut job. The healthy way to digest the unknown mysteries of our world is to realize that they do in-fact exist and are real. We must realize that there is something going on, first-hand. The unhealthy thing to do is jump to conclusions or settle on assumptions during our quest for the real truth. The correct thing to do is to keep learning and piecing all the facts and stories into a puzzle (or a bigger picture) but never fully jumping to any conclusion.
Do I believe there is something real tied to the UFO Phenomenon? Yes! Do I suspect we have been visited on earth by ETs? Yes, I do. Do I have all the facts? Heck no; the more I learn the less I know. Have I jumped to any conclusions or assumptions? I hope not but I simply believe in keeping an open mind and believing in the HOPE that we are not alone in the Universe and that we are being visited by entities not from our planet. It’s extremely naive to think we are alone in the universe. To me, that’s like zipping back to the times of Galileo and saying we were the center of the universe and that the sun revolves around us. Back then, the status quo dictated the earth was flat which and that clearly wasn’t the case.
Martin Harris says
I have a problem with the status quo. There’s a lot of energy that is changing peoples’ perception of the possibility of ET Life. Glad to see this whole discussion happening.