French writer Bernard de Fontenelle expressed the belief that there really was a man on the moon — and a whole civilisation to boot, if you please.
Richard Feynman called 1/137, the fine structure constant, “a magic number that comes to us with no understanding by man.”
Stephen Meyer says he doesn’t have an in-principle objection to that idea.
The fact that we can’t identify the UAPs, in light of our own “limited scientific imagination,” should not be permitted to manipulate us into a false dilemma.
At one point Bernier asks Meyer about the statement, “The heart cannot exalt what the mind rejects.”