This is really sad thing about even being interested in UFOs.
Amateurs without a basic understanding of what they're looking at, coming to outrageous conclusions.
It's next to the sun - despite not having any reference as to how far away it is from the camera. But they will have none of that - it's next to the
sun. Jupiter sized.
Jupiter sized - despite the impossibility of such a craft simply floating around space and not affecting the gravity of neighbouring entities. But
they will have none of that - it's Jupiter sizev.
It's moved - despite the fact it is still in the same position in the frame over the course of days, and that the satellite with the camera DOES move
(which is something you have to think about, and not just look at a youtube video to comprehend) causing it to seem to move. Perspective.... But they
will have none of that - It's moving.
There's more! - despite the fact they all look the same, they have been identified before, that the hardware being used it NASA hardware yet you
never trust them, despite the evidence towards it being what it has been explained to be.. None of that, there's a fleet now!
Given the absolute improbability that this is a fleet of Jupiter sized star ships, that BREAK DOWN NEXT TO OUR SUN and that these things are
controlled by some sort of intelligent life that can build ships the size of planets yet have to refuel on sun energy for days if not years, it's
easier to think "Well NASA always lie to me, so I must be right when I conclude it is space ships!"
This is the sad thing about being interested in UFOs... because if anyone dares say "what if!" they're immediately lumped in with the
YOU ARE STUPIDS, ITS R ALIENZ!" crowd...
Or worse, the "Its a martian egg, and I'll have none of your back talk."
sad indeed.. why can people not think properly about these things. May as well open the bonnet of a car and go "Oooh it's broke in the motor bit..
Umm, maybe if I pull this plug out, it will start." and expecting mechanics to accept you know how to fix your car.