Why scientists will be the last to know the truth about extraterrestrial life
There’s another pseudoscientific, anti-UFO presentation hosted by The Extraterrestrial Deniers, i.e. TED. It’s full of what my friend Leon calls mumbo-jumbology and all the more so since the presenter is an…astronomer.
I won’t hold it against Stephen Webb that he’s extremely myopic. I will fault him though for relying on his own illogical misconceptions, much in the same way that the laughable Douglas Vakoch did and all the other short-term thinkers do.
I suggest that Webb gets in touch with Prof. Wright, in hopes that they might take a deep breath together and decide to act like real scientists.
Of course, I’ll offer him former USAF OSI investigator Joe Tysk’s plain spoken conclusions about the singular authenticity of the Billy Meier UFO contacts, still ongoing in Switzerland, for over…76 years. A flight from the UK to Switzerland is relatively short and I’m sure the good people at the FIGU center will be glad to assist Webb in overcoming his existential, cosmic loneliness.
Not Even Curious?
So, what was it that nine-year-old Stephen Webb saw – and what millions of other people have seen? He seems far less interested in further reflecting on, or even attempting to answer, that question and more interested in presenting gobbledygook in place of science.
When a supposed scientist sets aside…curiosity– about even his own experience – in favor of information based on the speculation of others, you know precisely why scientists will be the last to know the truth about extraterrestrial life.
Of course, there are exceptions, such as: