It had already been mentioned that preconceptions are filters for perception. What a given person can perceive is intrinsically tied to what that given person knows or think to know about the world, his/her experience, or in other words what a person can perceive is a reflection of what that person is: perception is projection. […]Read more "Perception is projection."
Hardcore nuts and bolts UFO/ET believers are ironically the biggest obstacle in gaining a faster advancement in Ufology and the reasons are multiple but it boils down to a single one: their very narrow preconceptions and their emotional attachment to these preconceptions that make many of them not different than religious fanatics. It had already […]Read more "The biggest obstacle in advancing Ufology: UFO believers."
It is a recurrent topic in many philosophies and religions, but it is very real the “power of acceptance”. By accepting the reality of anomalies, of these marvelous beings/objects it changes you, in some imperceptible ways but the change is deep, very likely in some unknown ways. By observing directly these objects and seeing them […]Read more "Accepting and observing the reality of anomalies changes you."
It is well known that the meaning of words depend on “context”, it is also very well known that human perception depends on the knowledge and worldviews of the given person, we can say that that particular person knowledge and worldviews gives a “context” for his/her perception of any given event. If we show to […]Read more "Anomalies “context”."
The nuts and bolts UFO/ET believers and Ufologists in general, with very few exceptions, are in love with the past. And that is not by chance, things in the past can not be independently verified, unless we build a time machine go to the past and do direct observations of the given event and report […]Read more "Ufology love with the past."
Why this is a religion? Because it is based in beliefs not in objective, verifiable independent facts. It is a preconceived idea about reality that had failed multiple times to be validated by observations. As many other religions their gods are depicted in “human forms”( anthropocentric view ). We already had seen that this view […]Read more "The: I believe in UFOs/ETs religion."
In 1969 James E. McDonald (http://puhep1.princeton.edu/~mcdonald/JEMcDonald/mcdonald_aaas_69.pdf) wrote a paper titled: Science in default, as a critical analysis about the lack of a serious scientific study of the UFO phenomenon. Clearly that default is very much in place today. But today many people in the world are observing in a regular basis UFOs/Anomalies: these very bizarre […]Read more "Science still in default in UFO/Anomaly studies."