Navy says those UFO videos are real, or not?

Navy UFOs

The U.S. Navy has confirmed that three online videos purportedly showing UFOs are genuine. The service says the videos, taken by Navy pilots, show “unexplained aerial phenomena,” but also states that the clips should have never been released to the public in the first place. They show two separate encounters between Navy aircraft and UFOs.

So if the U.S. Navy admits that a UFO video is real, does this mean UFOs are real? No, it is not necessarily true. It just means the video as taken is truthful – what it shows is left to the interpreter. But if they are not UFOs, what could the phenomenon be? News Forecasters has our list on what many UFOs sitings could be:

  • UFOs as a propaganda tool. UFOs stories have long thought to be used to promote agendas of governments. On the one hand, encourage panic and fear among your enemies’ population, or even make your enemies think you have advanced technologies the other does not.
  • UFOs are advanced military technology. As an example, Black triangles are a class of UFOs with certain common features which have reportedly been observed during the 20th and 21st centuries. Media reports of black triangles originally came from the United States and the United Kingdom. Skeptics say it is secret military aircraft.
  • UFOs are technical glitches. There are many examples where UFOs turn out to be mere reflections on cameras or lighting in the environment. This is not to say the UFO spotter is nefarious; they believe what they see.
  • UFOs are mass hysteria or hypnosis. This reason may be just as dubious as UFOs themselves. But people want to believe in UFOs, so some researches think this is possible. Perhaps they are just victims of sleep-related hallucinations, recklessly administered hypnosis, and social influences.
  • UFO related hoaxes. The world is full of hoaxsters and folks looking to be the one that discovers something. Ask Google for “ufo hoaxes” or “ufo hoax photos,” and you will get a LOAD of listing. But it does get you the clickbait.

Who doesn’t like a good UFO story? Ever notice that all UFO photos are grainy? Why is that? One can understand UFO photos from earlier times would be grainy, but today we have advance cameras systems all around the world – smartphones. And yet, conclusive evidence is not forthcoming. With all the UFOs and aliens wandering the globe, one would think we would have better evidence. News Forecasters has already given our view on alien UFOs. This pronouncement by the U.S. Navy does not change this view.

Sorry UFO enthusiasts, News Forecasters calls it as we see them – but it is fun to talk about.

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