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jeudi said:Is your speculation about the interest of youth in UFO based on perception or a survey?
My perception is that the interest is not lacking. Without a random survey of young people, I'm not sure we can conclude that there is a lack of interest.
Just my two cents.
Ell said:Hey all, Im 26 and have had an avid interest since I was probably ???
It just strikes me in my perception that there is a lot of 'youth bashing' lately.
One more thing, we all see what we look for.....
And to be honest, along with perhaps 1 or 2 other friends open to this, I was pretty much alone in my passion and interest in this area, so its probably always a marginal thing.
I've personally witnessed numbers of people completely disinterested in an obviously weird aircraft hanging in plain view...some seemed to be annoyed at my pointing the thing out.I wonder why youth seem uninterested in the Paranormal/UFO's.
My children care not a wit about any of it.