UFO Conjecture(s)

Monday, February 25, 2008

UFO crashes do NOT compute


If all the alleged flying saucer and/or UFO crashes were true, that would mean a vast armada of alien craft was in situ around the Earth.

And many of those vehicles were subject to the whims of Earth’s topography and weather (even gravity) after the vicissitudes of a long journey through space or another dimension, causing them to destruct or crash.

The idea of deficient alien spacecraft flies in the face of a highly technical civilization visiting Earth for millennia.

Either some bumbling alien life force started visiting the Earth around 1947, but didn’t have the technical moxie that earlier space beings had.


Or an alien civilization produced a clot of vulnerable craft for the time period and just made it out of their area of the Universe (parallel or otherwise) and ran into trouble with an Earthian environment that befuddled the pilots of those craft or undid the technology that produced them.

It doesn’t make sense, unless there has been no crashed (or recovered) flying saucers and the tales about them are a concoction of muddled minds or tricks of Jacques Vallee’s metaphorical demons.



  • Greetings, UFO Iconoclast(s) from moi - the world's funniest ïconoclast.

    Stay on groovin' safari,

    By Blogger Tor Hershman, at Monday, February 25, 2008  

  • UFO crashes are deliberately staged events by aliens to gain a foot in the door of earth governments. There are UFO bases on earth making a large fleet in nearby space unnecessary.

    By Blogger Kenneth, at Tuesday, February 26, 2008  

  • I appreciate the sentiment of your comments, but I think your logic is perhaps a little befuddled. I think it could be argued that in fact the opposite should be true: that if we are being visited by alien craft, we should be seeing a lot of crashes. High technology does not make one invulnerable; in fact, small problems can have terrible consequences. We lost a Shuttle because a piece of ice hit the wing. We lost Mars probes because someone did the math wrong. The internet can be brought to its knees by a simple virus. The more advanced a technology becomes, the more likely it is that a small problem will do major damage.

    Are alien spacecraft crashing on earth? Neither you nor I can really say yes or no with any certainty. But if you are going to critique someone's research on the topic, please refrain from using sweeping judgements that have no real bearing on the alleged phenomenon.

    By Blogger Brian, at Tuesday, March 04, 2008  

  • I'm thoroughly convinced that *some* UFOs are in fact alien spacecraft. However, it has occurred to me in moments of navel gazing that, if there have been crashes, then there must be some crafts out there that haven't been discovered or retrieved. Where are they? Why haven't there been any well publicized cases of civilians stumbling upon an ancient, moss-encrusted disc jutting out of the ground? That's a question I've yet to be able to answer.

    By Blogger stank, at Thursday, March 13, 2008  

  • Stank:

    You have hit upon an interesting conundrum.

    Why, indeed, has no one stumbled across a downed UFO or flying saucer, from long ago, or even currently, before the military or authorities find out about the crash?

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Thursday, March 13, 2008  

  • A possible (purely speculative) explanation:
    -Perhaps some modern phenomena interferes with control mechanisms of UFO's. By comparison, birds have existed for hundreds of thousands of years, flying relatively unimpeded; but now because of manmade electromagnetic interference, they can lose directional sense and often crash into buildings. Maybe some UFO's are affected similarly, particularly if they are controlled by some "mental" means.

    The bottom line is that we have to be careful not to draw conclusions based on our current knowledge. Only 150 years ago, it was practically inconceivable to scientific minds that we could go to the moon, or even fly for that matter. They would say, "it's impossible to fly for such and such reasons". We look back and now realize how provincial their thinking was. So rather than trying to rationalize why UFO crashes "must be impossible", we should simply let evidence speak for itself (when of course there is evidence)

    By Blogger Brian, at Thursday, March 13, 2008  

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