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    According to an article on LiveScience, "One in 10 respondents say they have personally witnessed an alien spaceship." As well as "79 percent of people think the government has kept information about UFOs a secret from the public." Extraterrestrial beings or aliens and UFOs have been a part of American culture since the 1940s. The people who believe in UFOs believe in the extraterrestrial hypothesis, which states that unidentified flying objects or UFOs are a way of transportation for extraterrestrial beings. During the 1940s and 1950s, there was a rise in both unidentified flying objects and believers of the extraterrestrial hypothesis, but both should not be taken seriously because both can be explained as a by-product of Cold War paranoia,…

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    differently about the Hum and what causes it, a lot of people think it is caused by Underground UFO (unidentified flying object) Bases. The reason why people think this is because there is a big crater like, hole in a mountain just outside the town of Taos people believe that the hole is caused by a spaceship that crashed into the mountain. Another conspiracy or theory I have come across while researching this topic is, people think the Hum is a Infrasound ( an infrasound is sound waves with…

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    interview, Barney stated that the aliens spoke to him telepathically. When it was Betties turn to share the incident, she stated that the aliens spoke to her in english. A major difference between the aliens on the same UFO. Another key clue appeared prior to Barney undergoing hypnosis, the committee of skeptical inquiry states “his face kept twitching spasmodically to one side. The picture of Barney that emerges is that of a man under enormous pressure”. You can tell when a man is lying by just…

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    Sightings of unidentified aerial phenomena increased, and in 1948 the U.S. Air Force began an investigation of these reports called Project Sign. http://www.history.com/topics/history-of-ufos From 1952 to 1969 Project Blue Book compiled reports of more than 12,000 sightings or events, each of which was ultimately classified as (1) “identified” with a known astronomical, atmospheric, or artificial (human-caused) phenomenon or (2) “unidentified.” http://www.history.com/topics/history-of-ufo 6…

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    Why Do Aliens Exist

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    Many people believe that aliens exist or that they have visited earth and are being tested. In 2011, an article on Dailymail explained how people were baffled when they saw an X-47B unmanned aircraft which was mistaken for a U.F.O. Kammi Rood, a local shop owner exclaimed, “There was this funny sphere that went through on this big trailer and my first thought was, ‘That looks like a UFO’” (“Close”). The quote conveys how people start to develop conspiracies such as the ones of aliens. Likewise,…

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    Did UFO Cigars

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    If there's anything Floridians love, it's cigars, aliens and bath salts. One fortunate resident was able to get two-thirds of those the other day on film. One video shows a cigar-shaped UFO flying over the skies of Saint Petersburg. Scientists were not available to comment as they had their hands full with a weird new comet. Plus, no one believes a Florida man anyway. DID UFO CIGAR ESCAPE FROM CUBA? A Florida man in Saint Petersburg caught some interesting footage the other day. No, it was not…

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    Have you ever wondered how weird it would be to find weird objects in your yard, something that you don’t know what it is but doesn’t like it’s from Earth. In the summer of 1947, a rancher with the name of Mac Brazel had discovered unidentifiable objects in his pasture in Roswell, New Mexico. It was some sort of metallic stick that were held together with some sort of tape, there were chunks of plastic and reflectors, and very heavy glossy paper like material. Glenn Dennis stated “ there were…

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    The lights go on and off! “The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street” is about people who are living in a small town and they believe aliens are invading it. People think that because one day something flew over the town and everyone thought it was aliens. I believe this story is unrealistic because Charlie thought Pete Van Horn was an alien, all the neighbors believed Tommy, who was 14 years of age, and Don believed Steve was really an alien. My first reason, is Charlie shot Pete Van Horn but…

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    Betty Hill Abductions

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    On the other hand, Daniel Loxton, a writer and illustrator who has been published in Skeptic magazine, claims that we cannot count on Betty Hill testimony of her abduction. Loxton says that when Betty began to have UFO dreams and nightmares it was not surprising: “she'd just sighted a UFO, made an official UFO report to the Air Force, read an entire UFO book, and written to the head of a UFO organization. It's fair to say she had UFOs on her mind” (Loxton). Indeed, after her experience Betty…

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    Area 51's Facade Analysis

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    Area 51: Aliens, True or Real? Area 51 has long been understood to obscure real evidence about aliens since the twentieth century. In the article Area 51’s Facade, the author states the significance of the structures in Area 51 which alludes to the fact of the existence of aliens. This paper will analyze the validity of the article by analyzing the claims, assumptions, and evidence made by the author, analyze how the author’s views are more pseudoscientific than scientific, and by using…

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