We are not talking about the obvious exaggerations which consist of 80% or more of "sightings." With all that out of the way, I would like to limit this discussion on the evidences which are truly hard to discern (if indeed you have investigated any of that). I personally would like to eliminate assertions based solely on subjective opinion, and limit the discussion to evidences and ideas that the experts on the subject are still debating about.
Originally Posted by alanmolstad
Don't you think that the statement "on any given night the average person can go out at night, look up at the stars, and see things they just don't understand" is a bit exaggerative? If you really believe this, can you prove it by evidence, since this is your assertion? Can you go out some night and take some pictures of things you see that you don't understand and post them? This should be relatively easy for you, since "on any given night the average person can go out at night, look up at the stars, and see things they just don't understand". Are you willing to admit this statement is exaggerative, or can you prove it with evidence?