A woman that I knew back when I was a kid saw a UFO. It landed in the pasture behind their house in NC. This was not a fanciful person nor one prone to hysterics. I believed her. I know she saw something. I don't know what, but something landed in that pasture. I have always found it suspicious that the majority of government officials refuse to acknowledge that we may not be alone in the great expanse of space.If I were a paranoid individual, I would suspect they know something that I do not (probably a great deal of something
). If you stop and look at the earth, there isn't any thing that does not fit neatly into the overall scheme of things. There is no "waste". Every thing and every place has a use and a purpose. Then you look at space and our solar system... something we know virtually nothing about. How wasteful it seems that only one planet out of eight (13 if you count the "dwarf" planets) is inhabited. Am I going to get all upset an warped over a possible UFO sighting? No. I do not fear an UFO since any thing that has the technology to fly billions of light years to get to us, could blast us out of existence in a heartbeat (or less). Personally, I think they sit up there and watch our satellite TV and ask themselves if we will ever evolve into something more civilized and humane.