I’ve never seen a UFO.  Or at least I don’t believe I’ve ever seen one.  Maybe what I believed was a street lamp was actually a craft looking over my shoulder from somewhere in deep space.  People I work with are a different story.  Several believe they’ve seen things in the sky they can’t explain.

They aren’t alone. 

If there are tens of thousands of planets habitable in the galaxy, then why would anyone have an interest in a species that once made Laverne and Shirley the number one show according to Nielsen?

A writer at the New York Post tells us this year has been a big year for spotting of potential extra-terrestrial activity.  Toss in government admissions military pilots have been having the same experiences for many, many years and now we’ve got some serious questions about visitors from somewhere other than our own solar system.

And I’m still a skeptic.  Sure, I only had a year of physics but I don’t see how traveling such long distances would be possible.  I’m aware of wormhole theory and also don’t have a conceit we’re the only beings in the universe.  It’s just a nagging belief that if these people have been capable of getting here, we’d long ago have known more about them.  They wouldn’t be so shy.

The first serious reports of “flying saucers” came about after World War Two.  Everything beforehand is some guy confused by the Northern Lights.

We also need to ask ourselves why we think we’re interesting.  If there are tens of thousands of planets habitable in the galaxy, then why would anyone have an interest in a species that once made Laverne and Shirley the number one show according to Nielsen?