I normally don’t blog on this sort of thing, but the video below produces a teachable moment — or, better, a logic check. Try and set aside the fact that there’s some sort of light coming from the location of the “alien” (which looks too good to be true) that seems to suggest the alien is using a flashlight. Let’s give it the benefit of the doubt — that the light is some sort of other video or visual effect and not a flashlight. After you watch the video, bear with me while I run through a “here’s what we’re asked to believe” list. That’ll tell you why I’m not real excited about the video.
An Alien? What are we being asked to believe when that is suggested?
1. That the gray aliens who, according to many abductee testimonials, can simply appear behind closed doors or go through walls, needs to hide from this teenager. Why? Is he afraid of getting caught? Why would he be if walls and physical matter aren’t an issue?
2. That the gray aliens who supposedly regularly abduct humans and then given them messages about their intent are afraid to be detected? Huh?
3. That the gray aliens who can (again according to abductees) paralyze humans with mere eye contact, need to hide in the grass and actually flee from the teenager. Again, why? Why not just give the teenager a quick stare and immobilize him?
4. That gray aliens who can come and go without detection, even while cameras are rolling under controlled conditions set up by researchers to catch them on film clumsily gets too close and once (note the eye flashes) looks into the kids flashlight? Do the Zeta Reticulans have a class of remedial abductors? Do the trainees need to earn field badges so they can learn to come to earth and not be detected? This one relates to #5.
5. You can read the teenager’s story here – note that he “thinks” the alien entered his house on another occasion, but apparently he and his mom didn’t see it, but only heard it. Abductee literature is filled with tales of the aliens’ ability to keep everyone sound asleep when entering a room. They either awaken the victim or not when taking him/her. Even despite resistance and screaming the other people don’t wake up. So what’s with this inept alien in Australia? What happened to going through walls and putting everyone to sleep. Why is it he can’t get in and out of a house without being detected if he doesn’t want to be detected? Must be an intern.
6. Where’s the UFO or craft of the alien? Oh, wait — the ship is cloaked or they dropped the alien off because they didn’t want anyone to see the ship. But . . . that sort of means they don’t want to be detected . . . so the goober they dropped off really screwed up. Is that the way aliens are portrayed in the literature? Nope. As I noted above, abductee testimony has thousands of anecdotal tales about ET’s ability to avoid detection . . . so the care show in hiding the ship in the above scenario didn’t transfer to the actual alien. What a doofus. I’d say reassignment is in his future.
7. And finally, departing from the abduction narratives, we’re supposed to believe that a space alien, with technological capabilities that enable him to travel faster than the speed of light, or through wormholes (or whatever means) doesn’t have (or bring) technology along with him to earth that can defeat a teenager?
I hope you get my point. This is my ten minutes of thinking about what we’re asked to believe. Why is it that so many UFO believers can’t see that this video fails to conform to the body of abductee literature about these little gray guys? It’s just entirely inconsistent. If you put a trial attorney on something like this he’d destroy it.
Okay, that’s out of my system now. I’m better.
Whoa is me. I just happen to be filming my cat doing absolutely nothing in the dead of night outside. Hey whatda know, it’s a space alien with a flashlight hiding conveniently in the grass; maybe if I drop the F-word thirty times people will believe me.
maybe! Kind of like the ant and the rubber tree plant. I came hear the space alien musical right about now.
LOL – too funny.
I give the video 2 out of 5 stars for entertainment, zero stars for really bad dialogue(ie teen swears because he can’t come up with anything intelligent to say???) and 5 stars for 7 points destroying this nonsensical video.