From the world of, er…science comes a story that should give hope to all of us.
The aliens are coming to save us. But NASA wants to keep it a secret.
Viewers of a live feed from the space station last week caught a glimpse of a UFO moving toward earth. But suddenly, the feed was cut, leaving viewers wondering why NASA is covering up the fact that aliens are on our doorstep.
On July 9, NASA was streaming footage from the ISS when YouTuber Streetcap1 spotted something (aliens? probably aliens) entering the Earth’s atmosphere. But as the object (again, almost 100 percent aliens) nears our planet, the NASA feed cut out. While Streetcap1 points out it could be a meteor, we’ve seen Independence Day. We know what’s up. You can see the video below:
That video was quickly picked up by dozens of other YouTube channels. Soon, extremely reputable sources of scientific journalism such as Express.co.uk were quickly on the case, with stories like SHOCK ALIEN CLAIM: ‘NASA cuts the ISS live feed moments after UFO appears.’
NASA was in full denial mode, offering up a supercilious explanation for what is obviously alien visitation:
“We have never seen UFOs in the popular sense,” said a NASA spokesperson, after a long, deep sigh. “The feed in question is the High Definition Earth Viewing experiment. Anytime the ISS has a signal, that feed is sending down video.”
But when the High Definition Earth Viewing system loses signal, the video stream goes dark. “The feed is not switched manually,” said the spokesperson. “It’s all done automatically. There’s nobody at a control board. We used a space-based data relay network. It gives us a very good coverage area, but you do lose signal occasionally—anywhere from a couple of seconds to a couple of minutes. It varies from day to day.”
Which, of course, is just what they would want you to believe.
So what about that light in the video? Sure, if could be any number of things: a reflection on the lens of the camera, radiation hitting a sensor in the High Definition Earth Viewing system, a satellite, a meteor, or one of the tens of thousands bits of space debris currently circling the planet.
But come on, who’re you gonna believe: a bunch of know-it-all scientists at NASA or some YouTube videos with scary music? We’ll stick with the frightening YouTube videos, thank you very much.
Of course, there’s a good reason the aliens have shown up at this point in human history. We need a lot of help.
Or maybe they’re here to help America. Perhaps they can find a way out of us holding an election where one candidate is a screeching, evil, lying haridan and the other a swaggering, bombastic, sneering, one-dimensional ignoramus.
Maybe one of the aliens can run on a third party ticket. We just have to be a little careful. You may have seen the old Twilight Zone episode “To serve man,” where the aliens arrive and end wars, poverty, and hunger, cure cancer, and do all sorts of nice things for us. But they have an ulterior motive, as the title of the book they use to guide them suggests:
So, c’mon NASA, open up. Show us the rest of that video feed and tell us where the party’s going to be. No private celebrations like they had in Close Encounters of the Third Kind. The world could use a good party.
Especially if the aliens are here to destroy us.