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Be careful not to confuse retarded UFO videos and people with cool documentaries regarding the subject.
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It's a shame some Documentaries show some really awful footage and then show great, mysterious stuff.

Be careful not to automatically jump to, "I don't have an explanation, therefor it must be [God/Aliens/Invisible Pink Unicorns]."

I don't understand how people make that jump. Correction. I do understand. That's why we have religion. What I mean is, I don't understand why?

"I have no idea what I'm looking at, so it must be [this], despite my complete lack of evidence and understanding." Wait, what? That makes no logical sense whatsoever, but it seems to be the core of every UFO video.

Don't get me wrong, I would love to see definitive proof of extraterrestrial life. I just haven't seen any, yet. I stress "yet," because it's only a matter of time. On the other hand, having aliens with the technology to traverse those vast distance actually visit us... that's a recipe for our extinction or worse. If you use human history as a model, technologically superior Civilization A visiting technologically inferior Civilization B never ended well.
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