Almost two years ago, I wrote about UFO sightings. Looking at my “stats” counter, I noticed an uptick in my views. Upon further investigation, it appears that people are more interested in UFO sightings than they are in current news. So to make these viewers happy, below are the latest sightings.
Here’s a sighting in Tblisi, Georgia;
UFO videos 2013 – This interesting footage of unknown lights in triangle formation, hovering in the night sky above Tbilisi in Georgia (country), was recorded recently (in January 2013).
And another one, this time from Huff ‘n Puff;
As 2012 ended and 2013 began, numerous UFOs were reported around the country — nothing earthshattering there — but what about alleged unidentified objects seen in space near the International Space Station (or ISS), a couple of hundred miles above Earth?
Videos have cropped up on YouTube showing images taken by NASA cameras of objects of different shapes, some moving very slowly, others rapidly hurtling through space.
What, exactly, are we looking at here? Alien spacecraft dropping by for a visit with the ISS? Reflections from ISS windows? Meteors? Or various types of orbiting or fast moving spacecraft-generated debris?
I’ve been reading Sci-Fi books since I was a still a wet behind the ears kid. And it was nice to fantasize about beings from another planet or galaxy coming to earth to set humankind’s ills right.
But as I got older and read more of this science fiction, I came to realize that it was just so much socialist crap. Everything is about the collective instead of the individual. Sure, there are heroes in some of these stories that extol the virtues of individualism, but for the most part, they are stories about succumbing to the collective.
So no, I still don’t believe in UFO’s.