I see that the furry pie-plates, the fuzzy oblongs, and the eternal soft-focus sky-scooters are back in the news yet again. It continues to be one of the major photographic mysteries of all time that with Google Earth cameras that can show you the cleavage of a busty blonde on the beach the cameras of those jets assigned to defend the nation cannot focus on an alien invader. Still it’s in the grand tradition of UFO photoging. In well over seventy years of photographing UFOS nobody has ever been able to find focus. The latest serving of this lukewarm BS is
Navy Says UFO Videos Are Real The U.S. Navy has confirmed that three online videos purportedly showing UFOs are genuine. The service says the videos, taken by Navy pilots, show “unexplained aerial phenomena,” but also states that the clips should have never been released to the public in the first place.
Ooooooooo…… Horseshit! Focus your cameras or fuck off!
Anthony Brode said it best many decades ago with:
“I accept the existence of saucers,
I concede there’s a case
To be made for believing that something’s achieving
the conquest of space;
“I find it completely convincing
Whenever I hear
That creatures from Venus were recently seen
As a spaceship drew near:
“And yet there’s a problem remaining
That baffles me still.
I’m not disagreeing that some super being
Can wander at will
“From one universe to another-
But if it be thus why on earth (so to speak)
Should he bother to seek
Any contact with us?”
— Anthony Brode