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Over the years its seems like there has been a differing viewpoint on UFOs and whether these were proof of life from other planets. There are those who in the sightings of these strange objects in the sky that have been reported for decades now and those who don’t believe that UFOs exist. Well, for those who fall under the latter three recent videos that have now been released online could prove the existence of flying objects from other planets.
Yes, there is no denying that over the years some of the videos that have surfaced claiming to have footage of UFO’s on it have been proven to be false, so what makes these three videos so believable that there is no disputing them? Well, to begin with, two of these videos were released by the United States Government itself. One of these videos was recorded by the Homeland Security Department and shows the unusual behavior of an object in the sky.
The UFO featured in it seem to be performing feats that weren’t possible for anything known to man. This included the object moving through the sky at an incredibly fast rate. These two videos were apparently filmed in 2012 and 2014.
This is just one example of what was found on just one of these twp amazing videos. The other one showed similar coverage of something that seems to move around at an alarmingly fast rate. As for the third one, it was filmed in Mexico by the Air Force there in 2004 who witnessed unusual flying objects in the air.
As stated these videos have now been released to the public. This was after these were researched by Scientific Coalition for Ufology and found not to be fake. These videos are further proof that the further technology takes us the more evidence we can gather to the fact that we aren’t alone in the universe. But perhaps seeing is truly believing these videos are now out there for anyone to watch and judge for themselves.
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