Well, if it isn't my RESPECTED FOE, joe82.
I think UFOs are mainly space craft, though some may be life forms and some may be a combination of the two.
I think most of them have Aliens inside the UFOs, these Aliens I believe are space travellers or tourists.
When you see one lonely UFO, I believe it is a traveller who is stopping to notice the cavemen down here scarring the lands with our nuclear weapons
and leaving starving children to die while we display the Super Bowl year after year. One year they could say, no Super Bowl this year, this year
every dime goes to feeding starving babies, but we never do.
We must seem so ridiculously primitive to the Aliens.
Obviously they rarely land and exit their craft, much in the same way submarine crews do not land and exit their craft. Our atmosphere may not be what
they breathe or they may not wish to catch our diseases or us catching theirs.
But I believe most do notice something different around here, maybe their advanced computers caan detect our life and they view us the same way we go
to the zoo.
After all, in the mostly empty and indescribably gigantic vacuum of the universe, life may be as rare as the habitable zones that have hospitable
planets with the right makins for life. If so, we may be a sight to behold for a bored traveller.
It must be cool to see all the greatest monuments of an alien planet in a single day, and for this reason I bet there are plenty of space tourists as
well, who travel just to see the wonders of the mighty universe.
These are the UFOs who make themselves more visible to the people and who are always filmed hovering stationary in the air as they look at the apes
drive their dinosaur bone powered cars.
I think when you see a swarm of UFOs, it is a tour group, a caravan of travellers, immigrants, or space pirates. They converge upon our planet and
look at us, some of them mutilate a cow, they probe a few farmers and they are off on their way to other places and anuses to probe.
This is clearly a video of a group of 6th grade Greys on a Class Field Trip to study primitive life forms.