Scientific Blindness

Scientific Blindness to maintain the Public Disinterest.

In a week where in the UK the Head astronomer Dr Rees suggests that anyone who sees Ufos is a kook – the UK approach to debunking Ufos here is probably far more direct than in the USA.
The two different methods in use by spooks do overlap – but generally in the UK witnesses tend to be put down by establishment collar and tie and tweed jacket stereotypes waving their credentials. Uncle Sam though – the land of the free seems to have a different and perhaps more efficient and sophisticated approach to debunking – a chaos of perplexing contradictions and alternatives – semantic dissonance.
In the UK – people like Dr Rees from the overlord south of England are not generally respected for their ridiculous assertions – so obviously against the run of common sense. They can be disregarded very easily.

In the UK people tend to associate high society establishment types with the batch of detached politicians who were roundly booed at the Paralympic Games in London 2012. Not so the North American style of debunking which can produce more half truths and conundrums for those who try to think this through.

The difference between the science Rees claims to represent and the real scientific practise written of by Karl Popper in ‘Conjectures and Refutations’, London, 1962 is that the false sciences that can e.g. find no cancer cures (that are profitable for Pharmaceuticals) whilst discarding proven cheap unpatentable public domain chemistry cures like Dichloro Acetate [DCA] do not have the public interest in mind or at heart.

Similarly, You would have to have come straight out of a cloning pod yourself to have missed all the good and reliable and recent Ufo data.

There is a shabby and blatant disregard for the centuries of empirical data for Ufos and contact that makes the ideological junk of Fermi totally absurd and refuted.
The irrefutable wave of camcorder data and proofs of contact in the digital age of the 21st Century from both military and civilian records make flat-earth type assertions by Fermi easily recognisable as nonsense at best.

The Fermi paradox (or Fermi's paradox) is the apparent contradiction between high estimates of the probability of the existence of extraterrestrial civilization and humanity's lack of contact with, or evidence for, such civilizations

The age of the universe and its vast number of stars suggest that unless the Earth is very atypical, extraterrestrial life should be common.[2] In an informal discussion in 1950, the physicist Enrico Fermi questioned why, if a multitude of advanced extraterrestrial civilizations exists in the Milky Way galaxy, evidence such as spacecraft or probes is not seen. A more detailed examination of the implications of the topic began with a paper by Michael H. Hart in 1975, and it is sometimes referred to as the Fermi–Hart paradox.[3] Other common names for the same phenomenon are Fermi's question ("Where are they?"), the Fermi Problem, the Great Silence,[4][5][6][7][8] and silentium universi[8][9] (Latin for "silence of the universe").

No Ufos are possible until we see ONE Ufo – then at that point – our absolute and universal assertion disproven we can rationally, logically say that SOME Ufos are not possible – but SOME Ufos are possible.
In the philosophy of science, falsifiability or refutability is a quality or characteristic of a scientific hypothesis or theory. Falsifiability is considered a positive (and often essential) quality of a hypothesis because it means that the hypothesis is testable by empirical experiment and thus conforms to the standards of scientific method. That something is "falsifiable" does not mean it is false, rather it means that if it is false, then observation or experiment will at some point demonstrate its falsehood.
For example, the assertion that "all swans are white"/ all ufos are impossible is falsifiable, because it is logically possible that a swan can be found that is not white and credible footage by e.g. military cameras from Mexico can prove that that Ufos are possible.
Like flat Earth theory – the Fermi paradox is a grievous misrepresentation of knowable facts – knowingly perpetrated upon mankind by the elite presumably for their profit. 


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