So, aliens exist...?
There is a video, by CNN, talking a UFO that the U.S. Navy discovered.
It is trending now on YouTube.
Check out this link here: http://eunsetee.com/DlyP
- busterwasmycatLv 78 months agoFavourite answer
The original video is from the Navy, I believe. There are three such videos that were recently confirmed by the government as true (somehow Tom Delongs group got copies, not clear to me how, and published them; I have even seen them on a couple tv shows made before the US government confirmed their validity).
Whether those "tictacs" are alien in origin, or what, no one knows. Whatever they are, they are not like anything we humans can make.
- Proud DeplorableLv 48 months ago
UFO stands for "unidentified flying object", and doesn't really have anything to do with "aliens".
- falconLv 58 months ago
Off course they do who do you think built the pyramids?
- Ronald 7Lv 78 months ago
Of course they do
I was probed last night
And they have worried half of my Sheep
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- ZirpLv 78 months ago
they probably exist, but cannot contact us because of the distance.
If they are smart enough to cross the distance, they won't be dumb enough to enter our athmosphere and risk getting contaminated with our germs
- 8 months ago
No aliens, don't trust any news if you don't see your eyes
- AthenaLv 78 months ago
No, not yet. Youtube trending is not proof.
- daniel gLv 78 months ago
Just more horseshit from the fake news masters, and youtube any idiot can post any fantasy on. Some credibility.
- 8 months ago
More fake news. Of course they don't exist, at least not within detection range. Maybe not at all
What you are witnessing is psychology at work: people actually WANT space boogiemen to exist, and so instead of exercising some healthy scepticism, they will readily believe anything.
The really interesting thing about space aliens is WHY do people so passionately want something so ridiculous as people up in the sky to exist? Are they lonely? Is something missing in their parochial urban lives? Is it about the hope of being rescued from "the system" that is enslaving them? Or is it just outright brainwashing by a media eager to clickbait as many potential customers as possible? I leave you to ponder.