Whenever a storey comes out claiming to show real situations or video of UFOs, hope outpourings eternal that maybe, exactly perhaps, this is possible that elusive smoking-gun evidence of alien technology.
Not a daylight goes by very, either, without something in the news interviewing the faithfulnes of certain Americans or Russians. Now it seems that UFOs have been added to that media storm.
The innocent idol above is from a collection called Pixabay, which provides for many free furnish photos to use for basically anything you’d like. This one presents our sunbathe with a circular pitch-black dot, apparently countries around the world Mercury, making a transit across our dwelling star.
Still, how would Pixabay find if a Russian story website, Pravda.ru — ironically, the honour entails “truth” — took that same envision, lent two more pitch-black specks, called them all UFOs and claimed this was, in fact, a envision captured by a NASA” STEREO spacecraft “?
If you compare the two epitomes, it doesn’t take long to figure out that the sunbathe in the two situations is indistinguishable and all that Pravda.ru did was finish it off with two more “UFOs” and a headline that speaks:” NASA spacecraft captures three massive UFOs silhouetted against the Sun .”
That deserves another ” Wow !”
When HuffPost contacted out to a NASA spokesman to comment about all of this, he remarked,” I’m not aware of this photo being secreted. Surely not from NASA. There is no official or informal NASA posting of the idol .”
For what it’s worth, this isn’t the first time that UFO charlatans have tried to convince the public that extraterrestrial carries are getting a little too close to our sun.
Here’s a video of an suspect alien ship refueling, according to a source that is definitely not NASA 😛 TAGEND
NASA generally has well thought-out explanations for these types of “UFO” incursions into our solar system.
For its part, Pravda.ru, which is separate from the Communist Party paper, has a biography of particularly imaginative “journalism.” But the truth is out there.
Just not Pravda.ru’s truth.