Originally Posted by dejarma
A claim that's unexplainable can only mean it's not of this earth???? oh ok then
nothings been proved!!Complete & utter poppycock! this opens up another question, cheers orange:
what has been proved, in what way? tell me, anyone?-- i'm all ears... if i can keep my eyes open that is
Slow down me darlin', just reread my Reply # 2, I've made a (short) list of what has been proved. (If you find it, don't hesitate to disagree!)
I did not refer to inexplicable claims, Dej. I stated that there's a finding (published in the pie charts of Blue Book Special Report # 14, analysed by Friedman) of 10-30% of observed UFOs which cannot be explained IN EARTHLY TERMS.
Fair to say this makes these fellers 'not of Earth' you see?
Just to remind you what earthly terms could mean for teams of scientists (included were Hynek, but also the Batelle Institute): atmospheric phenomena, aircraft, planets/stars/meteorites, balloons, birds/insects, mental disorder in observers, eye disease in observer, mass hysteria, blobs of pesky swamp gas even(!), you name it.
If earthly terms of explanation are exhausted for a flying object, we can logically arrive at a finding NOT OF EARTH.