According to conspiracy theorists, a UFO sighting near the International Space Station is “100% proof” of aliens.
Conspiracy theorists have claimed that a UFO sighting near the International Space Station (ISS) is “100% proof” of aliens watching humans “on the edge.”
Observers watching the live stream from the International Space Station believe they have witnessed something unusual going by the orbiting laboratory. During a regular live feed, four brilliant objects appear to move in lockstep in the pitch black background.
The lights, according to one alien hunter, are all part of a single UFO that is observing humans on Earth.
Following a difficult year, prominent conspiracy theorist Scott C Waring made the odd allegation that extraterrestrials are watching us.
Mr Waring said that aliens are watching humans in response to COVID-19 and inter-country conflicts without offering any evidence.
“The thing had four shining lights on it, and the colors spanned from green, purple, and yellow,” Mr Waring said on his site UFO Sightings Daily.
“Although it appears to be four separate objects, when I added light to it, it became clear that there was a central area connecting all of the lights.
“This ISS tape proves beyond a shadow of a doubt that aliens were present near the space station today.
“Humanity is at a crossroads right now. The Doomsday Clock is ticking down to 12 a.m.
“China wants a war with the rest of the world, and the rest of the world is willing to give it to them.
“COVID-19 has killed almost three million people, and if we don’t stop it from spreading, the mutated strains may kill the surviving humans.
“Aliens are quite intrigued in this living on the edge mentality.
“By examining humanity now in the worst-case scenarios, they will be able to evaluate whether or not we are ready to expand into the universe.
“Yes, it isn’t our choice. But the world is putting its best foot forward, fighting the good fight, and we will give it our all, win or lose.”
While the thing is unusual and out of place, it is likely to have a more reasonable explanation.
Former NASA engineer James Oberg, for example, said there were several “UFO sightings” near the ISS, but that they were mainly due to pieces of “space dandruff.”
Pieces of debris that have broken off from the ISS and are floating nearby can be considered space dandruff.
Because there are no reference points in space, objects can appear to be further distant or closer than they actually are. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”