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The world just doesn't want to know,
Quote from: QuantumClue on 08/01/2011 08:12:07The world just doesn't want to know, I think the World really does want to know. Unfortunately, the World has been given precious little evidence, unless you include people that keep calling the population of the World ignorant because they will not accept some person's unsubstantiated ideas of so called evidence.
Not wanting to know, and not knowing are quite different.
Quote from: QuantumClue on 08/01/2011 08:50:07Not wanting to know, and not knowing are quite different.No they're not. We really want to know. Give us something substantial to work on.Perhaps you are confusing believing with knowing.
Well, either way, bottom line is I do not have damning evidence. Anyone who does know, sure does like to keep it a secret.
Then, a week later, it happened all over again -- more UFOs on the radar screen, more jets scrambled over Washington. Across America, the story of jets chasing UFOs over the White House knocked the Korean War and the presidential campaign off the front pages of newspapers.
As rumors spread, President Truman demanded to know what was flying over his house. Soon the federal government was fighting the UFOs with the most powerful weapons in the Washington arsenal -- bureaucracy, obfuscation and gobbledygook.That seemed to work. The UFOs never returned.
When newspapers stopped writing about the UFOs, people stopped reporting UFOs. "Reports dropped from 50 per day to 10 a day within a week," Ruppelt noted.