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Introduction to UFOlogy Basics

The purpose of this article is simply as a guide for those just getting into UFOlogy. It is not meant to provide any answers. If anyone tells you that they have the answers, they are lying to you. This is simply an overview of the most common words, most infamous incidents, individuals, locations, documents, programs, theories, history and aspects of the UFO and ET phenomena.  Consider this article as a way to familiarize yourself with the basic terminology, concepts, theories and history of UFO’s and extraterrestrials. Think of it as a crash course in the very basics which can then be used as a foundation to look deeper into specifics whether it be reported events, theories or specific individuals. This is designed to be an overall review and therefore we won’t get too deep into any specific area. WHERE IT ALL STARTED Although an argument can be made for UFO’s […]

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The Elusive Meaning of Truth

Søren Kierkegaard, an 18th century Danish philosopher and theologian once said, “There are two ways to be fooled. One is to believe what isn’t true; the other is to refuse to believe what is true.” Recently I received an email from a source that shall remain unnamed, who wanted to warn me regarding my skeptical beliefs and sources in my writings (more specifically from debunkers), in which I threw caution to the wind when writing or publishing material from a pseudoskeptical source. This person went on to warn me (rather ambiguously) that I needed to clarify my thoughts on where I stood before publishing articles that seemed ‘one-sided,’ in which reference was made to a short article that I published in The Journal of Anomalous Sciences long ago, telling readers about the mindset of “True believers” and “debunkers” without understanding the difference between a “pseudoskeptic” and a” true skeptic.” I […]