Thursday, January 22, 2009

News from the Circus

The Circus grows. The Show must go on.
Things are...what you believe they are.
Norio Hayakawa, who is "senior investigator of Area 51" , gives his opinion about UFOs to a journalist:

"I became a strong believer in the existence of UFOs as extraterrestrial craft monitoring the earth. I began to subscribe to newsletters and publications of organizations such as N.I.C.A.P. (National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomenon) of Washington, D.C. and A.P.R.O. (Aerial Phenomena Research Organization, based in Tucson, Arizona."

But now you no longer hold on to that viewpoint. Is this correct?

"It is correct in the sense that I am more pessimistic than ever on this viewpoint. It was around 1978 that I began to question the so-called "ET Hypothesis" of the origins of UFOs."

You know something? Norio has a fan club, as a Rock Star. Yes...he is very active now, but for some reason Hayakawa is not condemned by the Exos, even after his confessed anti-EXO position.

Norio is an iconoclast. One of his "blasphemies " is this one:

"It is difficult for me to believe that was the case. I tend to believe that the Roswell "incident" was a hastily created diversion (possibly a "staged event") to draw attention away from the public scrutiny of some military project gone awry. I believe that during 1945 (after the end of WWII), 1946 and 1947, there were several prototypes of experimental aircraft being test-flown in the American Southwest, including the Muroc Dry Lake (present-day Edwards AFB) that included prototpyes of "flying wing" aircraft."

No alien craft, no aliens, no UFOs, then...he is an skeptic? Yes and no.
He is selling his own version of the Big Conspiracy.

""I am a skeptic in the sense that I do not believe that UFOs are physical, "nuts-and-bolts" extraterrestrial craft maneuvered and/or occupied by extraterrestrial aliens. The bottom line is that after nearly 60 years or so of the so-called modern-day era of UFO sightings, we have yet to come up with any tangible, solid, concrete, physical, irrefutable evidence that we are being visited by advanced civilizations from elsewhere in the universe. The bottom line is that unfortunately, we can only rely on empirical evidence, and so far there is none to substantiate such allegations."

Now, looks like things are what you think they are, or better , each one has his own fiction, his or her own not-knowing.

Hayakawa, Greer, Salla, Webre,...are they talking about the same thing? Yes and no. But all of them have SOMETHING IN COMMON: They don't know.
There is nothing wrong with not knowing. The problem comes when you say you know but you don't.
Ignorance is NOT THE SAME THING as Knowledge.
Recognition of our own Ignorance is the first step to Knowledge.

Fraternally

James
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