But it doesn't move the ball forward in the sense that it proves anything other than there is a strange blinking light off in the distance insistent on doing its own thing. And whats worse, it turns off anyone willing to listen to cries of legitimate discovery, easily ignored because of it "just another blinking light video".
Which brings us this video, coming out of Russia.
This video is of the screen of a Russian Air Traffic Controller who caught sight of an aerial phenomenon (registered on his screen by the numeric designation of #0000). The mystery object suddenly burst onto flight monitors over the remote Russian diamond capital of Yakutsk.
It is claimed by the Air Traffic Controllers who witnessed this on the screen that the object was flying at a speed of slightly over 6000 mph, at a height of 64, 895 feet above sea level, rapidly changing direction in the early morning sky, and appeared to interfere with aviation frequencies.
Check out the video ( at least til about the one minute mark to get a good feel for things):
Licence and registrationmeow...
If the idea of watching Flight #0000 go from hither to yon on a two color monitor let over from the 70s doesn't quite get your fire going, then perhaps the second(and more interesting) part to this story will...
In the video (featured above), we hear a few of the flight controllers attempting to make contact with the unidentified vehicle. but it has been reported by The Daily Mail that several of the Siberian air traffic controllers also reported that while attepting to make contact with the unidentified blip on their radar, a "...female voice, as if a woman was saying mioaw-mioaw all the time..."came over the radio.
As though there was any reason to believe otherwise, there has been no official comment from Russian airport officials on the alleged UFO
While there are no solid reports anywhere as to when this potential sighting might have happened (the video was posted on the Internet a little over a month ago but there is no word as to when the footage actually took place...)
Another day, Another wasted two minutes...
It seems like the more footage of "UFOs" I see dancing off in the horizon,the more I'm pretty sure that there is nothing going on at all.
It's not that I don't believe in the chance of life to exist on other worlds or maybe even potentially having played a large role in the spawning of life on this planet...seems to make perfect sense actually...
Just don't see the proof of such existence in these videos.
Doesn't mean that aliens don't exist or that they are not visiting our planet as often as they want... just means that videos of blinking lights or of 2 bit graphics hopping around a computer screen are hardly what I would consider to be out and out proof of a visitation from a non-Earthy life form.