Are these UFOs? Ghosts? You tell us.

Posted: July 9, 2015 in Humour, Popular Culture et al, Religion, Science
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Wandering around the worldwide interwebs can bring up a clutch of conspiracy theories, to be sure, but this link offers some of the more interesting UFO and “ghost” sitings recently captured on video.

Are these UFOs? Ghosts?

If you have five minutes spare, click the link, have a look and tell us what you think.

Have you ever seen what you consider to be a UFO? Or a ghost?

We happen to think, based on no evidence whatsoever, that sometimes universes in the “multiverse” bump into one another in a way we don’t understand, and we see shadows of what’s going on there.

We recently watched one of those brain-snapping TV speculative science shows that argued there was an infinite number of number of universes in which with every action – in every moment, for the whole of time – the universe continually splits. Turn left walking down the street, one universe is created. Turn right, a different one is. Both then exist side by side, interminably, constantly re-splitting.

Apparently the maths works. And no, we don’t pretend for one instant to understand it.

Are these UFOs? Ghosts?


We also think that in the future conquering time travel is inevitable, and in the universe as it stands right now, we can’t possibly be alone. So the idea of future beings or aliens checking us over doesn’t scare or surprise us at all.

Hey. Other recent research argues that aliens will look like us, pretty much. And if all the aliens look like Scarlett Johansson, frankly we say they can invade tomorrow.

  1. underwriiter505 says:

    Never seen a ghost, not even a ghost cat, but I have had deceased family cats – um, do things. Such as one who while alive used to love to pick up anything he could carry in his mouth and go put it in someone’s pocket. I have dropped things which physically could not possibly have landed in a pocket of what I was wearing, and yet found them there. I have found other small lost items in the pockets of clothes I was not wearing at the time. I do wish he would tell me, though, where he put my first set of car keys, as I am beginning to get nervous using the second set and not having a third.


  2. Peter Whewell says:

    Interesting, very interesting. I have always been intrigued by the idea of infinity in regards to the universe. Where does it end? What was there before it’s formation? The idea of infinity does not sit well with our conception of physics. Logic would tell us that there must be at least one or two more dimensions than we currently recognise. Whenever I try to think this through I get a headache and have to go and lie down 🙂


  3. Pat A says:

    I looked at around half a dozen of the videos, and didn’t find them convincing – on the other hand I do know that yesterday I had a very strong sensation that my deceased huge, hairy and utterly beautiful German Shepherd was with me – at around the same time that a dear friend’s cat was (unknown to me) sadly dying half a world away. Ellie adored all cats, and had a heart as big as a planet (so no remarks about recipes please, Yolly, or she will appear in your dreams!) – it has been quite a few years since she died, and I have never felt that she was around before. ‘There are more things in Heaven and on Earth, Horatio….’ etc. The world is a mysterious place.


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