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Filtering Less Credible Reports
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Has anyone given thought to filtering some of the, well...let's just call them less credible cases...reported to MUFON? Sure, some reports are genuinely weird, unknown, and worth discussing and analysis. But some are either obvious and clearly visual misinterpretation at best or are outright fabrications at worst. These cringeworthy reports (a significant number on this site) only serve to erode MUFONs credibility and may actually detract from potentially legitimate cases.
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^^ what he said
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What do you mean "filtering"?
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(06-05-2021, 08:45 AM)Barfomew Candy Wrote: Has anyone given thought to filtering some of the, well...let's just call them less credible cases...reported to MUFON? Sure, some reports are genuinely weird, unknown, and worth discussing and analysis. But some are either obvious and clearly visual misinterpretation at best or are outright fabrications at worst. These cringeworthy reports (a significant number on this site) only serve to erode MUFONs credibility and may actually detract from potentially legitimate cases.
Unless you can personally investigate another person's claims, how can you determine credibility? Isn't this about unity within the UFO community? How many of us have been subjugated to the lack of imagination within this society? Mocked and ridiculed because we had experiences that other people couldn't wrap their minds around. We were told we weren't credible, were misinterpreting what we saw, or were fabricating our experiences for attention. I do not support treating people who come to us to share their experiences, no matter how removed from my understanding, that we have no place for them here. I guess, if you don't like it, you could just scroll past.
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