Does The Subject Of UFOs Belong On An “Entertainment” Site?


Notice how I put “entertainment” in quotes. I can’t assume that this site is actually “entertaining” you. But you, in turn, cannot assume this is *merely* an entertainment site.


Anywho, onto current events; specifically, that the Pentagon has just officially released videos showing Unidentified Flying Objects. Yes, technically: UFOs.

Assuming that this wasn’t just a publicity stunt to distract from the fact that the President of the United States recently instructed Americans to drink bleach, one has to wonder why the Pentagon has released these videos now. Especially since these videos were previously released a couple of years ago by an organization headed by the Blink 182 guy.

I now have to direct your attention to a mainstream news “UFO legitimacy media blitz” that inexplicably happened last May:

UFOs exist and everyone needs to adjust to that fact. UFOs are not the same thing as extraterrestrial life. But we should start thinking about that possibility.
The Washington Post, 5/28/19

The strange objects, one of them like a spinning top moving against the wind, appeared almost daily from the summer of 2014 to March 2015, high in the skies over the East Coast. Navy pilots reported to their superiors that the objects had no visible engine or infrared exhaust plumes, but that they could reach 30,000 feet and hypersonic speeds.
The New York Times, 5/26/19

The Times report includes a minute-long video of two encounters Navy pilots allegedly had with unexplained aerial phenomena. In the videos, which include visual radar and voice recordings, pilots cannot distinguish what is seen on their radar screens. At one point one of the pilots says in amazement, “Look at that thing. It’s rotating.”
CBS News, 5/27/19

You can debate the actual numbers, but on the grounds of pure theory alone, the chance of alien contact of some kind is not so small. So on the yes side, on behalf of the notion that something truly strange is happening here, we have both pilot testimonials and pure theory. That is not nearly enough, in my view, to believe in alien visitation, but it is more weight than many people think.
Bloomberg, 5/1/19

And while…I certainly have so much more I could say on this topic, I will leave you with 2 (TWO) questions:

Question One:tenor

Question Two: Do you think UFOS belong on an entertainment site? How about on an “entertainment” site?

Have a good day. Now I will play the classic 1999 music video for Blink 182’s “All The Small Things,” in tribute to all of lead singer Tom DeLonge’s hard work with alien disclosure:




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