A video has emerged of what appears to be a fleet of flying disks hovering over New York City. In the video, two strange objects can be seen flying across the sky on a grew day. According to alien hunters, it is “proof” extraterrestrials are in New York City.
Prominent alien hunter Scott C Waring said on his blog UFO Sightings Daily: “The UFO at first is just a dark glint in the sky, but when I took a screenshot, I quickly realised that its was a silver disk.
“The disk is not alone, but seems to be a few others also seen in the video.
“The objects are hovering over a SmashBurger shop in New York City. Absolute proof of aliens in New York City.”
The sighting made conspiracy theorists reminiscent of the time John Lennon supposedly spotted a UFO in New York.
Mr Waring continued: “Oh and remember that John Lennon and his wife also saw a similar shaped disk back in 1974 in their penthouse apartment on top of the building in New York City. UFOs love New York.”
In 1974, the former Beatle claimed he spotted a circular UFO outside of his bedroom.
Mr Lennon told Andy Warhol: “I was lying naked on my bed, when I had this urge.
“So I went to the window, just dreaming around in my usual poetic frame of mind.
“There, as I turned my head, hovering over the next building, no more than 100 feet away was this thing with ordinary electric light bulbs flashing on and off round the bottom, one non-blinking red light on top.”
While there has never been any evidence of Mr Lennon’s claims, the UFO Sighting brought forward by Mr Waring could have a more plausible attribution.
The objects appear as if they could be balloons being taken by the wind, or they may even be birds.
There has so far been no conclusive evidence of aliens on Earth and recent research suggests we may be more alone than first thought.
A scan of more than 10 million stars across the Milky Way left researchers disappointed after finding no signs of technology.
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Researchers using the Murchison Widefield Array (MWA) in Australia were looking for ‘technosignatures’ – signs of technology coming from a planet which could include satellites or radio waves emitting from a celestial body.
Chenoa Tremblay, a researcher with Australia’s Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), said: “The MWA is a unique telescope, with an extraordinarily wide field-of-view that allows us to observe millions of stars simultaneously.
“We observed the sky around the constellation of Vela for 17 hours, looking more than 100 times broader and deeper than ever before.
“With this dataset, we found no technosignatures – no sign of intelligent life.”
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