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An interesting and long psychology project Very well researched Seeing is Believing Since the times when the earth was believed to be a flat object man has had a lust and curiosity about space and the bodies that exist in it Early astronomers trying to grasp the incomprehensible mysteries of the universe would study the patterns of the stars and planets to try to put this massive puzzle together In their studies history has recorded sightings of objects that didnt hold to any pattern or set movement supposedly proved to be correct Objects that moved freely in the sky in any way shape or form they pleased Having no further explanation for these dilemmas of space they were dubbed UFOs The acronym UFO stands for Unidentified Flying Object Modern electronics and science have helped us in the search for an explanation of these mysterious floating objects In actuality they havent gotten us much further on the mission for proof of other living beings in the universe But in a universe so incomprehensibly large that we no not even a boundary I sincerely doubt that the human race is the only form of life It seems certain scientists have come up with other hypotheses concerning UFOs While all astronomers yearn for a concrete explanation on UFOs their beliefs on their origin contrast Many looking for a more scientific definition disregard UFOs as nothing more than a mere misinterpretation of a plane weather balloon or meteor Some have gone so far as to say that specific witnesses to UFOs have seen nothing more than a hallucination and wanted to see a UFO so their minds adapted that idea into an illusion to satisfy the urge Personally I have had two encounters with unexplainable objects in the sky and to disregard them as a misinterpretation or hallucination is an impossibility Witnesses who were with
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