posted on Jul, 22 2020 @ 08:18 AM
a reply to: Macenroe82
It means that I could be absolutely anything before we jump to UFO.
It could be doctored, it could be a drone, atmospheric anomaly, could just be someone messing about with lights, could be something wrong with the
camera...the list goes on.
I had a experience a few years ago where on a pitch black night I saw massive lights suddenly explode in the sky, just those two huge bright lights
sining in the sky. Turned out a football stadium 20 miles away was testing its new flood lighting system and it created the lights.
in 2020, a video of something in the sky means nothing.
More solid proof is required from the likes of SETI, accounts form pilots, Radar, astronauts, military accounts, mass sightings and so on. A video of
"hey look at this funny light in the sky" means sweet F.A, if you showed me this in the 1980's I might have been getting my tin foil hat out but 40
years later, a video means nothing.
Its a big problem in Ufology, the videos that flood the internet are so numerous and almost all of them have a more earthly explanation that the
subject is dying out and anything real just gets lost in the masses of rubbish.
Just my opinion.
If you think you've just discovered proof of ET then tweet it to NASA and let them know they can call off the search because you've found him.
edit on 22-7-2020 by OtherSideOfTheCoin because: (no reason given)