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The UFO Coverup: Fact or Fiction

May 27, 2018

I tend to read both sides of an issue because that is what a scientist does. Scientists have one idea, and believers have another idea. I try to dabble in worlds both ideas inhabit. Of course, I believe flat earth people are ridiculous since many scientists in the Dark Ages, died to bring us the idea that the Earth orbits around the sun. The fact is that there are 250 billion stars in our galaxy. That is big. Some claim that there is no evidence of the Roswell crash in 1947. Or for that matter, alien bodies. Then again, the government let the cat out of the bag with one flying saucer story. So yeah, they shot themselves in the foot. They can’t let the genie back inside the bottle.

 

Our galaxy is but one galaxy in a universe full of galaxies. Not every galaxy has been visited, I’m sure. The Milky Way is a spiral galaxy that is 100,000 light years across. There are two major arms and two minor arms. So you see, there are many races in the Milky Way alone that have an invested interest in our planet. Roswell is not something that is just going to go away no matter how many skeptics debunk it. Roswell might have been a fact since there is so much denial about it. Someone will mention a truth, and then cover it up but the first thing they said is what people remember. This is human nature. Whatever they make up about what Roswell didn’t become or is not, something else happened because I read a believer book, The 37th Parallel, which followed a UFO researcher. My other book, The Roswell Incident, Alien Abductions, and Government Coverups, The UFO Invasion by Kendrick Frazier, is a skeptical book. There is so much drama about Roswell, that nobody knows what to believe about it. The skeptical book mentions True magazine, which is blamed for starting the UFO study craze to begin with. Given the number of stars in our galaxy, we cannot be the only planet, however, I’m just saying.

 

 

Works Cited

 

https://www.space.com/25959-how-many-stars-are-in-the-milky-way.html

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