The Science Channel’s Space's Deepest Secrets: “Hunt for Dark Energy” [a
repeat airing Tuesday, 5/31/16] exhibited all the attributes I’m begging for
here and in “ufology” itself: curiosity, persistence, and a determination to
The show played down hard work – all by itself – but plugged
for trying all kinds of thinking to resolve issues in science, in this case
dark energy (plus dark matter) and the universe itself.
What ufology and the UFO phenomenon needs are theorists, not
regurgitating opinionizers who fill commentary (mostly at other blogs and
web-sites) with rote, boring, unthinking suggestions about Roswell and UFOs
And this is not just the UFO newbies, but a raft of UFO
buffs who’ve been jabbering all over the UFO community since the internet opened
itself to their banal and ignorant musings.
The Science Channel show presented physicists who tackle
questions about the cosmos with energy and sprightly thinking, some of it “far
out” as would be appropriate for the subject matter(s).
So, don’t give me the usual bromides and corn-ball thinking
about Roswell or UFOs.
Give me (and others) new ideas and new hypotheses about what
UFOs are or may be.
Forget Roswell. Leave it to those who need to mend their
previous investigational mistakes and errant solutions.
Try to be genius-like; that is, think anew and with élan.
I’m begging you….