UFO Conjectures

Sunday, September 03, 2023

The UFO abduction nonsense

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Why would a so-called “advanced” extraterrestrial species be grabbing people from their beds and cars to find out how they (the kidnapped) are biologically constructed when said ET grabbers could “sneak” into medical facilities, universities, bio-labs and other venues, like a hospital or health facility office and gather whatever they wanted?
And wouldn’t Alien Abductors be able to snatch, unbeknownst to anyone, the vast secret array of information about our missile defenses, nuclear weaponry, military readiness, and every other “secret” that is guarded and “worshipped” by government militaries?
Then, why couldn’t the ET snatchers take whatever gem or valuable item sitting unguarded in the homes and cars of those allegedly being hauled up to those UFO/UAP crafts?
Plus, couldn’t an advanced species gather whatever that which fascinates them about cows from places where cow information is housed, even slaughterhouses or meat factories?
The abduction scenario is farcical and psychopathic, both.
And it is grist for psychology and pathology study, not UFO “research.”


  • Asking essentially rational quesions about an essentially irrational phenomenon (or at least an aspect of it) is really fruitless. Using reason and rationality, alien abductions make no sense whatsoever. Yet there are enough of them (allegedly) on record--including the more persuasive multiple person accounts--that some residual mystery must remain. I'm 99% skeptical but that 1% bothers me.

    By Blogger Dominick, at Sunday, September 03, 2023  

  • Yah, Dom.....

    The amount of abductee allegations astounds, indicating some may be real or there is a massive hysteria afoot that no one is willing to contend with, psychologically or neurologically.

    The St. Vitus episode of the 14th-17th Century period, now with a medical name and symptomic description, comes to mind.


    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Sunday, September 03, 2023  

  • Great Dominick,

    I like it: "Asking essentially rational questions about an essentially irrational phenomenon (or at least an aspect of it) is really fruitless."

    Cattle mutilations had me going but then it occurred that the offenders were only about beef...the horses, deer, and elk were not on the table.


    By Blogger Bryan Daum, at Monday, September 04, 2023  

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