Thursday, February 2, 2012


     Have you ever seen something in the sky that you couldn't identify?  Well, then, you have seen a UFO, or Unidentified Flying Object.  Now, when most people hear the term UFO, they automatically assume alien spaceships.  Millions of UFO's have been cited over the years, most explained as natural phenomena, most not explained at all.  It all depends on your beliefs and your point of view. 
     Stand in your backyard one night and spend about an hour looking up into a clear night sky.  You are bound to see objects that you cannot identify pass overhead.  Many of these are probably satellites.  There are now nearly 9000 man-made objects circling our planet.  Every now and then some will fall to Earth and burn up in our atmosphere.  This has happened a few times in just the last couple of years.
    I am always on the look out for these unidentified objects.  You never know when it might actually turn out to be an alien spaceship.  In this vast universe, do we really think we are the only intelligent life?  I hope not.  We aren't progressing to well in our little spot in this galaxy.  We are slowly killing this planet and not doing much to slow the process.  We could use a little alien intervention to put us on the right track, provided they're friendly of course.  Heck, they're probably already living amongst us, just like the books and movies say they have been.
      In 1952 a study was started that eventually became Project Bluebook.  It was officially terminated in 1970.  Over the course of its' 18 year study and over 12, 000+ UFO sightings reported in this time that it looked into, the study concluded that the majority of sightings were misidentifications of natural phenomena(clouds, stars, aircraft, etc.) and just recently that a few were of secret tests of aircraft, such as the U-2 and A-12.  I recall watching a television show in 1978 and '79 that was based on Project Bluebook (Project UFO), where they re-enacted dramatically the process of tracking down reports of UFO sightings and then proceeded to debunk them.  I don't recall the investigators ever actually not debunking the sightings.  It was probably funded by our government.
     Anyway, keep watching the skies, and if you see anything that you can't identify, pretend for a minute that it might be otherworldy.  What would you do if that object was an alien spaceship?  What if?  Keep an open mind.  Strange things occur in the world all the time.  I for one don't believe we are alone in the universe.  I'm rooting for the aliens.
     Thanks for reading, ya'll.  See ya soon.

1 comment:

  1. Yeah in my opinion without a doubt their is alien lifeform, I hope sometime in my life I will be at the right place at the right time to actually see a UFO with my own eyes! I didn't know about the project bluebook your talking about, thats very interesting I'm going to have to look more into that as well. :) thanks for posting Tom