Full Disclosure (Communication, Recognition, and Acceptance) will never happen unless there is a large-scale, hostile invasion. Believers, Debunkers, and Skeptics will continue to battle over belief, doubt, mistrust, and confusion until then. The Congressional hearing was a WASTE of time.

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I fully admit that this has been a fun ride and always fascinating over the years. As I reviewed the congressional panel again, and have devoured with energy many of the articles, a thought emerged and has continued to nag at my focused time to acquire more information, or more belief, or more confidence in my acceptance.

As I sat watching Grusch and others, and thinking back to the numerous (100’s? 1000s?) of interviews, filed reports, and eyewitness readings, I thought to myself…wait a minute, I am now, as most of us are now also, “that” witness who has heard from someone else that they have first hand knowledge. In other words, any of us could testify that we know these facts are true because we have heard from a credible and vetted source that these subjects are validated and events factual. Which makes no sense and ties into an initial loop of circular reasoning that spirals into disbelief or rejection.

I think we have to admit that we DID NOT HEAR and DID NOT SEE anything new that arose out of the congressional hearing. Were the panelists convincing? Yes. Did they tell us anything we didn’t already know? Absolutely not. Were the questions well-framed. Not at all in my opinion. I’m still somewhat shocked that it wasn’t treated more seriously in the form of asking yes-no questions to lead to true knowledge.

Please prove me wrong.

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