UFO videos and a “H” stories voting reminder

Here’s a quick reminder to please — if so inclined — read the “H” Alphabet Challenge Stories.The writers then hope you’ll make the effort and vote for your favorite HERE.<<<this is a link

Clicking on the link will magically transport you to a post. There, you ‘ll find the poll where you can vote for your favorite of the three stories. Unless you want to deprive your friends of the experience, you can share that link and help expand the readership.

If you’ve already voted, thank you. If you’ve already asked friends and family to read and vote, thank you again.

So, UFO videos.

Unless you’re smart, you’re hopes of finding evidence that aliens are among us (space aliens, not people like me) got a major boost a few weeks ago. Actually, I don’t know when THESE videos were released because they had previously been leaked.

Whenever it was, let me say a few things . . .

. . . even as I knew it wouldn’t matter to many people who are sure, sure, I tell you, that not only aliens have visited here, but that they are still hanging around — if not actually running thing (which would explain so much) — I had written a lot of paragraphs explaining how difficult it would be for anyone to come and visit

But then I realized something . . . people who believe aliens are flying around our skies won’t care. In their minds, UFO means Aliens and not Unidentified Flying Object.  The (important) difference is lost on them.

But, for those who are curious about these things and wonder what those videos actually show, here’s a short video explaining what you are seeing, and, if you want detailed explanations, just watch the rest of the playlist:

 

Now, I know that few “believers” will even give these videos a chance. That’s the power of ignorance, folks.

There may well be aliens flying around out there (I find it improbable for the simple reason that we’re not that interesting despite what we tell ourselves), but these videos don’t support the hypothesis.

What’s particularly annoying to me is that the explanation itself is a lot more interesting and gives me more elation from understanding what I’m seeing than I would ever get by staring at the videos, drool running down my chin, and thinking “Wow! Aliens!”

But that’s just me.

You might also be interested in reading this:

Claims About a Government “UFO Program” How Much is True?

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4 Responses to UFO videos and a “H” stories voting reminder

  1. Ggreybeard says:

    Aliens in UFOs…. apparently they are everywhere but don’t appear in the daytime in case they get spotted. Then they come out at night with their lights on apparently.

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    • disperser says:

      It’s interesting that with so many amateur astronomers, people who work nights, and individuals who camp out or have other reasons to spend time outdoors, it’s always some bohunk driving alone at night that sees/meets/has dinner with the aliens . . . and they never take photos, or, if they do, they are piss-poor photos. And the aliens! They travel all this way just to buzz a couple of cows in the middle of nowhere.

      Seriously, I don’t think people realize the distances we are talking about, the kind of energy needed, and the time involved.

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  2. We did some volunteer work, years ago, with a group of senior adults in our community. It was a weekly group for a meal, games, exercise, classes, etc. One of the people we served was an elderly man who said he had photos of UFO’s over his house…he showed me the photos…long story, but definitely NOT UFO’S…anyways, he was sure the aliens were coming for him. All of the other people began to ignore him, wouldn’t talk to him, to the point where I was the only person who would sit down and talk to him. When he told me, for the umpteenth time about the aliens coming to get him, I said, “Okay, well if you are not here with us next week, I will know why.” He loved my answer.

    I always figured if aliens existed they would be intelligent. And if they were intelligent they would want nothing to do with the people on planet Earth.

    Thanks for the vid and links. I’ll check them out.
    (((HUGS)))
    PS…I do enjoy a good alien movie!

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    • disperser says:

      Great story, and it points to something I suspect is a common theme with anyone who is not an outright fraud.

      That is, the desire (belief) to be special. Special in what one knows, what one does, and one’s experiences. Some of the best debunkers of USO claims are other UFO enthusiasts (too few, unfortunately) who will argue why someone else’s claims can’t be true while ignoring the holes in their own stories.

      We all do this to some degree, and it takes practice to be skeptical of one’s own beliefs.

      One of the things the three writers do for every round is to provide critiques for all the stories, including our own.

      In fact, critiquing is a crucial part of learning how to be a better writer. As you learn to identify flaws in other people’s works, you become more attuned to them when writing and you’re able to recognize and avoid problems before they happen.

      Not to get into my soapbox, but some of the sharpest critics of a given religion are people of other religions . . . but they invariably fail to apply those same skills to analyze their own religion. Same with political parties, candidates, and, of course, families and friends (one’s kid is an angel while the neighbor’s kid is a devil . . . but they do the same things).

      OK, off my soapbox . . .

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