one of my favorite subjects is ufos. not because i think they are alien space craft, because i don`t know what they are. my fascination is in how millions of people report this phenomenon in hundreds of different ways. specifically lights in the sky are reported as points, globs and orbs that do impossible things and swoop down and shoot off and defy known physical laws. some see metallic objects and large wings, some of which are miles across. a classic example of this is the phoenix lights case that can be googled, revealing a vast event witnessed by thousands of people in a major metropolitan area in the u.s. and captured on hundreds of video cameras.
we are past evidence and witnesses into a state of stress whereby we are ridiculed for what we are plainly seeing. we are ridiculed by government, science and by the religious for fear that something greater than thier control is emerging into our consciousness.
we need to stop calling them ufos. the term is the single most recogniseable acronym in common usage followed by fbi, cia etc...........
the term ufo has gravitated into a word that elicits laughter in general conversation and effectively censors the issue completely.
researchers such as steven basset and victor vigiani of the disclosure project have suggested using a term such as unidentified arial phenomina, or uap for short, to semantically rejoin the debate and slip away from the derision in the media so that we can inquire and investigate this phenomenon again and get answers.
the human condition is so fragile that the mere association with a term with ridicule blinds us from critical thought about it.
we need to stop thinking george bush is an idiot too..........