J. Randall Murphy
I think some of us know enough to at least be able to make an "intelligent guess". Like it's a safe bet that an organization like the DOD with billions of dollars worth of detection, monitoring, and intercept capability probably knows more than most people, and Bigelow being a witness himself with a lot of his own resources resources and connections might also know more than most people. But in the end the difference between the average civilian who knows alien visitation is real and these other organizations is most probably a matter of relatively trivial details. If any of them had some substantial knowledge, they'd be putting into production instead of still trying to figure it out.Your conclusions are only as good as your assumptions. I try to avoid assumptions. I don't think anything about what he might have, because we don't know anything about what he might have because he ain't sayin'. We don't know why he ain't sayin' either, and it's useless to make assumptions about that because... Wait for it... We don't know enough to make an intelligent guess. That does not keep me from finding his comments interesting. Why would it? He's just as qualified to express his opinion about it as anyone else.