Since we can’t do much about life here on Earth, and we’ve been so unsuccessful in understanding the reality of the world we live in, and we lack the interest to fight to protect this planet and life on it, science fiction is all we’ve got. Life on another planet, in another galaxy, is much more appealing. What if there is another place in this Universe that holds life that we could destroy? Many UFO sightings have been reported over time, and, recently, the Pentagon declassified some UFO videos.
It’s mesmerizing how people find comfort in believing that every unidentified phenomenon is what they dream of being. A century ago, ufologists would’ve been locked away for the cause of insanity. Now, they even have a well-respected religion called Scientology. Who can blame them? Catholics have Joan of Arc. When it comes to beliefs, there isn’t much reason could do.
The Pentagon declassified UFO videos, but there’s nothing impressive
So, now the Pentagon had officially released the videos that made such a fuss years ago when they were first leaked. In November 2004 and January 2015, two flying objects were observed and filmed with infrared cameras. They are grey pixeled pictures of objects flying considered unidentified aerial phenomena by scientists. Believers call them UFOs and trust they are spaceships controlled by aliens.
United States Department of Defense stated they are “releasing the videos to clear up any misconceptions by the public on whether or not the footage that has been circulating was real, or whether or not there is more to the videos.”
President Trump commented last year on the subject: “People are saying they see UFOs. Do I believe it? Not particularly.” Good for you, Mr. President. So, the Pentagon released the UFO videos and states that the objects are still considered to be of the unidentified kind. Maybe because they need people to believe that it could have been aliens. Americans have a particular need to be fed with dreams. It keeps them away from the real important things. Why? Well, this is not a question that could compete with UFOs.