In our latest Insight,Will Hart writes: “In a recent exchange with a ‘UFO lawyer,’ I was assured that he could prove the existence of UFOs in a court of law. This brings up a very important point regarding the history of UFO investigations that raises questions about the rules of evidence used to judge whether UFOs are a real phenomenon or not. The lawyer could justifiably make that claim; however, scientists routinely say there is not enough evidence to prove the existence of the phenomenon. What gives?”
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