This Week we take a turn into controversy : UFOS, which to some means little green men and to others.... I could fling my tennis shoe in the air and if you didn't see me fling it that would technically be a UFO to other people. Yet there has been some actual research done upon UFOs and what we really do know about these unknown fliers.
On the British UFO Research Association Website I found a really intriguing page about decoding and debunking UFO photos. It shows possible UFO photos but debunks air planes, fakers, birds and even shaky cameramen as the culprits of these " UFO " sightings I love the pictures in the "hoax " section : The "Raw" image just shows its a pie plate tin on a stick!
There were several stories on the page talking about certain images, my absolute favorite being the nighttime photos of "advanced flying craft". People sent in photos to BUFORA that did have a craft like shape with long arm like appendages and dancing lasers lights. But under further inspection ( Making this the follow up to many a UFO stories) a shaky hand made the image a blurry blob so what might have been a foreign craft may also have been a jumbo jet!
My personal definition of a UFO is an unidentified flying object, be it intelligent life looking in on us, a forging spy plane or a lightning bug flying to high over my head to tell if it's a piloted craft or not. I'm pretty loosey- goosey about UFOs and what they 'really are'. I believe certain UFOs exist ( foreign military craft especially) but I don't think there's a lot of aliens checking up on us, mostly because I don't tend to find us that interesting, special? yes, but interesting? no.
My sister thinks UFOs are more of an optical allusion to us and we don't realize what they truly are. I truly agree with her on that impromptu testimony