The Crackpots Were Right.

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I still can't believe it. I've been in shock for the last couple of weeks. UFOs and the existence of extraterrestrial life is something that I've wanted desperately to believe in since I was little. Though, I will say, the facts are still lacking... Not that I would believe it if I were to see a news clip. But if there were a way to go see the debris with my own eyes... Maybe a public exhibition now that this stuff is nearly a century old.

People like to say “there's no evidence!” Which is true if you're just paying attention to congressional hearings and mainstream media. This is stuff that has been being talked about for 30+ years now. Regardless of whether or not you believe Bob Lazar, his statements have been given some credibility now that a Pentagon employee has testified under oath and confirmed that the United States has recovered craft and non-human biologics. George Knapp was there for both Lazar and Grusch... David Grusch is taking the spotlight as the guy confirming all this shit, but it'll be interesting to see what actually happens going forward. No one at work seems to be talking about it. I don't hear people in the streets shouting about aliens. Sadly no one seems to really care without actually seeing it with their own eyes.

Implications of the fact there's a subsect of the military industrial complex that is outright doing all the things we said were going on for years are quite ponderous. Honestly, I don't know how I feel about it. I just want to see more. I'm genuinely interested in learning everything that we as a species, or as a nation, know about aliens.

Personally I think it's probably a combination of both extra-“terrestrial” and extra-“dimensional,” maybe even a bit of extra-“tempestrial” (maybe even “extratemporal”). I'm certainly no physicist, but it's interesting to watch people like Eric Weinstein and Michio Kaku talk about this stuff and go off on nerdy rants about shit that I just don't understand. That doesn't stop me from being interested though, I can still repeat what they say, and sound interesting at cocktail parties doing it.

The one person who doesn't seem to be getting much attention is Steven Greer. I saw him on one short interview after the hearing, but he wasn't really allowed to speak and I think they cut him short. Once he starts diving into ARVs (Alien Reproduction Vehicles) he looses the crowd and he's branded a quack like David Icke or Alex Jones. Which, honestly is kind of sad, he does have a lot to say that is encouraging, and from what I understand he has done a lot to provide a platform for ex-military and ex-government employees to share their stories... Again, regardless of whether or not you believe in any of this, it is a good thing that there can be safe forums for people express themselves and discuss their situations without being labeled as a nutter.

Going to continue to follow the developments. I remain cautiously optimistic that good things will come out of disclosure, and I think the planet is ready to accept the fact that we're not alone in the universe... If anything there is a disappointment that surrounds everything, and I think it does because there hasn't been some grand spectacle. Makes me want to re-watch Stargate SG-1.