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Pilot Records Clear Video of 12 UFOs Flying in Formation Above the Pacific

The Mirror, UK -  A pilot believes he has seen an entire fleet of UFOs flying over the sea - after he spotted a series of 'weird' lights that seem to move and rotate. ...

At one point, the highest dot fades and is replaced by another lower down, then eventually they all seem to disappear from view.

The pilot said he was flying over the Pacific Ocean at the time, and he had no idea what the lights could be - other than a fleet of UFOs flying in formation.

In the video, the pilot can be heard saying: "I do not know what that is. That is some weird s**t. That is something flying."

The pilot then shared the clip, which was filmed at 39,000ft, on social media and followers praised it as the best UFO clip they had seen.

One of the arguments you hear most often from UFO skeptics goes something like, "Well, since we live in a world where everyone walks around with a camera in their pocket, why aren't we seeing a lot more evidence these things exist?" It's one that I've heard from Neil DeGrasse Tyson quite a bit, just to name one of the more well known and respected UAP cynics. 

The counter argument often involves claims that these objects or phenomena or however you want to label them have been shown to cause problems with electronics. To "jam" your phone in the same way people in charge of our most sensitive military operations have claimed they've jammed the most sophisticated systems in our nuclear arsenal, rendering them temporarily useless. But with all due respect to those who propose that theory, mine is much simpler. 

We ARE, in fact, seeing more evidence. And this video is further proof. 

Maybe you can explain this away. Say it's just a squadron of military jets flying in this formation in the middle of nowhere and above the clouds. But this pilot doesn't seem to think so. And he's seeing these with his own, presumably experienced, eyes. Besides, jets would show up on radar, and he makes no mention of that. 

You might think it's a hoax. No UFO doubter is ever far from going with that explanation. And in a world where a comic like Kyle Dunnigan can copy & paste celebrity faces onto his with hilarious results or people can deepfake porn with ... whatever results, I'm sure that CGI-ing some twinkling lights onto a video of some cloud cover isn't that big a technical challenge. 

But why would you? What the motive here? There's certainly no money to be made in anonymously posting this to YouTube. And if you're going to go to the trouble, why not make it more impressive than lights in the sky at a distance? Why wouldn't you instead make it more visible like so many of the other alleged fakes that are, in fact, very, very real. 

The Occam's Razor explanation is that we are getting evidence of more UFO activity. Precisely because we have more capability than ever before. We've come a long way since Columbus was writing in his journal that he repeatedly saw what today we call  Unidentified Submerged Objects as he was crossing the Atlantic. And as the technology continues to improve, we're going to see these recordings continue to trend upward. To the point they're commonplace. 

So you might as well get used to this sight. The day is fast approaching where we'll run out of skeptics the way we ran out of Flat Earthers in Columbus' time.