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I think that “humans convince themselves they didn’t see things they don’t think are supposed to be there” is much more reliable for keeping secrets than some vast, shadowy conspiracy.

Let’s put it this way: The average person could justify to themself that aliens exist and could go their whole lives carrying that belief.
Then, one day, the government comes forward, confirming the existence of UFOs and aliens, releasing footage and documents crediting their claims.
Suddenly, the average person begins to doubt that aliens are real, as they are now the product of human authority, claimed by a system they do not trust.

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