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Meteor, space junk or something else? A witness writes Unknowncountry: "It was the brightness of an arc light. The entire field was brightly lit behind our house. I thought it was landing."
It's too bad that Zecharia Sitchin was not alive to see this. Every day, the possibility that Niburu may exist seems to grow stronger.
The light levels on the UFO and the solar reflections are correct in relation to the rest of the photo. Graded B.
There have been many reports from the UK in the past few years that could be Chinese lanterns. This is definitely not such a report. Graded B.
There is certainly something in the window, and the hand movements would take a good puppeteer. Also, this alien resembles the one in the famous 'Alien Interview; video that was never disproved. Graded B.
This clip from Bloomberg shows a strange figure standing in a window behind George W. Bush for the whole ten minutes of the president's statement. It could be a distorted reflection, but it is certainly a very strange one.
Why abruptly stop taping a UFO as spectacualr as this? Graded D.
The scientific community and the media so dearly wish that there was a simple explanation for UFOs. But the ball lightning story is so old, it's truly amazing that they would try to bring it back. Graded D.
The first image on this video is not a stereo artifact, but what it is cannot be determined for certain. Some of the subsequent images are not artifacts, either, but, once again, SOHO is a complex system operating in an extreme environment, and they could easily have a technical explanation. Or not...
Update: NASA's press conference has been rescheduled for Thursday and the Michigan man actually had no evidence of any ET life, according to Linda Moulton Howe, who spoke to him. No members of the press appeared at his press conference.
This is typical of childhood close encounter descriptions. If a child was awake when a close encounter began, memories of the event tend to remain vivid throughout life.