First of all, there are too many useless replies that are jumbling this thread...Some of you need to grow up. No one wants to hear you say absolutely
Second, the two articles both contain sources that can either be verified or proven as false. For instance, one article claims that someone by the
name of John Malley, who supposedly works with SETI, confirmed the existence of these spaceships.
A quick Google search for this name reveals nothing at all. The majority of results are related to this "story," and none of them point to any such
person even existing, much less confirming the idea of aliens inbound. There are other pieces of evidence given in the articles that should be looked
into, but as of now this looks to be a hoax.
That is how we should debunk these claims, not simply by saying, "oh, I don't believe this..." Nobody cares whether or not you believe it to be true,
and if you want to debunk claims like this you should do it with facts.
The more I look into this topic, the more I find that the source, WeeklyWorldNews, is not just a bad news site, but is actually a blatant
disinformation, sensationalist, utter piece of you know what. They seem to make HUGE claims, and actually supply some sort of evidence to make the
claims seem believable, yet if you look into it you can obviously see that it is just a facade.
This site is evil imo, and does quite a bit to discredit legitimate research in the field of extraterrestrial investigation. I personally do not even
believe aliens are visiting Earth, but I do believe they are out there somewhere, but I still defend the researchers who are legitimate, and will not
dismiss their claims if they have the evidence to back them up. It should be noted that evidence doesn't involve blurry video clips and the
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