A slow news week perhaps for New Media Rockstars, who “In honor of World UFO Day” have had their “UFO Facts Research Division” scour their files “(given to us courtesy of the NSA) to determine what is indisputable proof that we are not alone in the universe”:
While there are many videos purporting to show “something,” we’ve now entered an age when, like religion or ghosts, if there is actually something, we have the means of recording it — unless the aliens have developed some sort of cloaking device (I don’t think Jesus has mastered that technology yet).
And before you get all sassy and claim that UFOs exist because by definition anything we can’t identify is a “UFO,” that’s just semantics, nonbeliever. I won’t attempt to pitch you on the idea of little green men, otherworldly beings or “martians” — you either believe, or you don’t. But here are the 5 best pieces of evidence we have … so far.
5. CRAZY LADIES DRIVE INTO AREA 51
While not specifically tied in to UFO sightings, this video breathes a lot of fire into the notion that Area 51 is being heavily protected and shrouded in mystery for some reason. These guys watch speechlessly as these two grandmas blithely ignore the warning signs that intruders will be shot and go hauling ass onto the protected lands. Suddenly this truck full of military commandos(?) goes tearing after them. Is this the end of these two ladies? Nobody knows.
4. ANCIENT ASTRONAUTS
As this vid details, 85% of “alien” sightings are explained away — but that still leaves 15% as unaccounted for. This video shows all the “manmade” spectacles and evidence around us that aliens just have to exist. The pyramids? Stonehenge? You can’t account for that shit. Aliens, kid, aliens. Over 2.5 million people have seen this video — I just wish it weren’t so damn long.
[view the top 3 at New Media Rockstars]
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