Yes, I do know what the scientific method is — a method of inquiry, not a set of forbidden things to shame people about. I have a master’s degree in political science from Masaryk University in Brno. Not that I personally care about credentials, but out of curiosity, what’s your degree?
Well, that’s how the whole original thought thing works, you have to come up with things that other people didn’t come up with. Obviously, no modern scientific doctor would ever think of him- or herself as a necromancer, but my concern is not what the people doing it would call it. I’m interested in what things essentially are, regardless of what…
You’re repeating the word so that the reader can’t miss it? They’re crusading crusaders! It’s the sprinkling of such derogatory and minimizing terms that’s a clear sign of a biased article. The project can’t just exist, it has to be “obscure”, it has to be a “pet” project. What else do you want me to feel about it?
So, what would you call the published footage of UFOs buzzing in our skies and pilot testimony, if you don’t believe they have any physical materials like they’re saying? Do you think it’s okay to state obvious untruths?
Good thing that military and covert organizations never lie or keep anything secret, like to protect the population from panicking over an unknown force operating in the territory that they are supposed to secure. Seriously, what else would they have done in any universe?
If you’re interested in the accurate history of this investigation, I suggest you check out the series of videos on that topic by the historian Richard Dolan on his YouTube channel.
Or I guess you can try to explain to me why he’s an idiot witch.
So, you’re just going to ignore all of the UFO sightings before 1947 and pretend like this event is what made people start imagining UFOs?
But even if that wasn’t the case, if those were real events, wouldn’t the latter events have to come after the initial event? That’s how time works. The mere fact that more happened later…