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No, those Navy vids are not aliens

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We didn’t think our gentle readers credited those suggestions but for the record, here’s an explanation:

On 27 April 2020, the U.S. Department of Defense officially released three unclassified videos, footage taken on Navy fighter jets. These videos, leaked to the public in 2007 and 2017, appear to show three unidentified flying objects moving in weird and unexpected ways. The Navy had already acknowledged the videos were real, but pointedly did not say what they show.

Phil Plait, “So, those Navy videos showing UFOs? I’m not saying it’s not aliens, but it’s not aliens. ” at SyFyWire

Here. Below, they are joined together:

Well, what do they show?

I wasn’t sure about what else I was seeing, but happily, a friend pointed me to a website called MetaBunk, run by former video game programmer and critical thinker Mick West. He has a discussion board there, where these videos are meticulously analyzed — specifically, the GOFAST and GIMBAL videos. These are very entertaining threads, and I highly recommend reading them. Pretty much every aspect of the videos is discussed and, in the end, shown to have far more pedestrian causes than alien spaceships.

Phil Plait, “So, those Navy videos showing UFOs? I’m not saying it’s not aliens, but it’s not aliens. ” at SyFyWire

Why does all this remind us of astronomer Avi Loeb and Oumuamua, the space cigarillo?

More tales of an “invented god.

One Reply to “No, those Navy vids are not aliens

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    polistra says:

    Yup. These are typical reflections and refractions, which often seem to move in unexpected ways. When the unknown object actually shoots down one of our aircraft, or clearly communicates with our people, I might start worrying.

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