So wheres the proof?? (or "disproof" for that matter)Originally posted by THE[>U<]DUDE
An observer seeing, what appears to them, unexplainable things in the sky does not prove the existance of visiting alien craft. Nor does it disprove it!
Testimony from 'alleged' abductees does not prove the existance of alien abductors. (Nor does it disprove it) It's all a matter of belief, interpretation and trust. Sorta, your oversimplifieing here perhaps??
Courts require evidence to decide a case. Scientists require evidence via observable facts to draw conclusions. Where lies the hard evidence to 'prove' the existance of ET? In this case, the lack of evidence is NOT a conclusive proof.
Let's face it - any race intelligent enough to conquer interstellar flight would be smart enough to mask their visits, thoroughly wipe the minds and memories of their abductees, and leave absolutely no clue as to their little jaunt. Perhaps, but that only suggests that they have been here, do exist, and are real!