A UFO sighting over Florida has led to reports of an underwater alien base.
A UFO has been spotted above the Florida coast, leading one conspiracy theorist to believe that aliens live beneath the sea’s surface.
Beachgoers in Florida were taken aback when they witnessed what appeared to be a UFO flying over the sky. The thing appears to be perfectly round and completely black. It floats along the horizon in a straight line, scarcely veering off course.
The object immediately vanished, according to a witness testimony that accompanied a video released to the UFO investigation network MUFON.
“Object traveled west to east and disappeared around 500 feet over the ocean,” according to the statement.
“An object emerged out of nowhere, flew by for a few minutes, and then vanished.”
Scott C Waring Waring, a well-known extraterrestrial hunter, caught it and posted it on his site, UFO Sightings Daily.
Mr. Waring said that UFOs can go to sub-oceanic bases.
However, he gave no explanation as to how he achieved it.
“The tape is 1 minute and 12 seconds long and shows a craft tilting slightly and appears to be a UFO in a thick almost pentagon shaped craft,” the conspiracy theorist claimed.
“At sunset, the object was seen flying over the water before suddenly disappearing.
“It’s quite likely that the UFO dove into the ocean to get away from the camera that was capturing it.
“UFOs may easily travel under water as well as in space.”
While some may argue that it proves aliens exist, there is most likely a more reasonable explanation.
The ship could, for example, be a drone.
While there is no proof that UFOs exist, sightings and allegations made by conspiracy theorists can raise more serious concerns.
“While UFOs continue to circulate in popular culture, scientists are seeking to address the big issue that UFOs raise: Are we alone,” Chris Impey, university distinguished professor of astronomy at the University of Arizona, wrote for The Conversation.
“Over 4,000 exoplanets, or planets orbiting other stars, have been discovered by astronomers, with the number doubling every two years.
“Some of these exoplanets are considered habitable because their masses are similar to Earth’s and they are close enough to their stars to contain water on their surfaces.
“The closest habitable planets are less than 20 light years distant, almost in our cosmic backyard.
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