But the whole point people are making is that the overwhelming majority of reported UFO sightings at night are common, totally mundane "light sources", especially what are essentially "point light sources".
So unless you have a method of eliminating the bias of higher reports of "noise" that occurs at night, the data is basically useless, except to verify that most night sightings are in fact caused by totally mundane phenomena.
Yes, there is a reason that "UFO sightings" are "more higher" at night, but it would be highly premature to conclude that it is due to some real anomaly (or anomalies) that is/are primarily nocturnal.
Originally posted by berbishchanish
I would have to agree that paranormal activity is more active at night. All the ET experiences I've had (abductions, visitations) have been between 12 - 3 am, between the 25th and the 5th of the next month. Guaranteed (for me anyways).