Letter to the Editor: Ufo Photos
I was reading through the Sun Advocate (Letters to the Editor, Nov. 21) when I came across this letter to the editor from Ned Scarlet.
He seemed to be complaining about UFOs, pictures taken of UFOs (low quality) and some people that say they have been abducted. He also said he thought there doesn't seem to be enough pictures taken of UFO's any more.
It would seem to me that it would be very difficult to take a good picture of a moving object when totally surprised by one of these UFOs. After all I don't think people go out their door everyday prepared to see a UFO, and say "today I am going to get a great picture of a UFO.
Now to say that all people that claim to be abducted are dubious seems to be very presumptuous on his part. Can he prove they have not been abducted? No one can prove it either way,
I myself tend not to believe abductions either, but by no means do I call so called abducted people dubious. I keep an open mind.
If you want to see more pictures of UFOs recent or in the past, you can go to any number of web sites and there you can get your eyes full of UFO photos. The only problem is I don't know if the recent pictures have been taken with a cell phone, or other means.
I really get a kick out of a statement Mr. Scarlet made, quote.
"Cultures have always needed something bigger than life to believe in. The prospect of extraterrestrial life used to fill that bill for us. Now we have moved on. Instead of little green men (they are called now) to imagine and fret about, we have discovered global warming."
Yes, Mr. Scarlet, cultures do need something bigger than life to believe in. He's called God. I, nor anyone else I know has never taken a picture of God, yet I still believe in him.