What do Area 51 employees do for fun? How do they blow off steam? I zoomed in to Area 51 looking for things very few people pay attention to.
People who work for the US military are using Strava to map their exercise routes – one cyclist apparently had his on while riding through Area 51.
I recently found a video of what appear to be UFO swarms. I can’t explain it away… It’s not birds or drones, so what is it?
For sure we still have a lot to learn about the red planet. But did aliens live there? And if so, are they still there? Some say there are clues in NASA’s own images.
Normally a staple of religious zealotry, the Argument from Ignorance has infected the fields of science, medicine, mental health, and just about every other academic thought pool. It’s also made it’s way into UFOlogy.
While no one ever outright admitted the video was faked, the Canadian chapter of MUFON determined the Guardian UFO Case to be an elaborate hoax. That being said, it still had a positive effect on the field of UFOlogy.
I was recently asked on Facebook to check out this video. And I tell you what – it’s some pretty cool CGI but come on people, it’s fake.
It’s a crazy-looking adult beverage called The Alien Brain Hemorrhage. This is a great party drink that’s easy to make and has a fairly complex flavor. It’s also not too strong, so you can enjoy quite a few of them without getting totally blasted.
Maybe we’ve been visited, maybe we haven’t. But have you ever wondered exactly WHY aliens would consider visiting the earth? Here’s a few of the most common ideas – and the most likely reason is kinda scary.
Munook, a musical project focused on unique experiences, released this music video for their song “Breaching”. It’s about his own personal experiences with alien contact.
Does it make sense for a spaceship to be cigar-shaped? Scientists research whether an oblong object might be alien, but does the shape pass the sniff test?
Deliberate hoaxes and a lack of policing & critical thinking in the UFO community makes it harder and harder for researchers to do their job or even continue to think that there’s anything worth value to find.