Multiple videos of a supposed UFO hovering above Jerusalem’s Dome of the Rock appeared on YouTube in late January, and plenty of people thought these were the most compelling cases for the existence of extraterrestrial life ever found. Benjamin Radford, “veteran investigator of many UFO photos and videos,” argues that “these images [are] highly dubious, and all signs point to a hoax.” So it’s settled; Benjamin Radford is an alien.
Let’s dissect Mr. Radford’s argument, just as he dissected the earthling he abducted years ago in order to assume his human form:
Space.com? Clearly an alien domain name.
Classic alien move: Lure an anonymous poster into revealing their identity and then — BOOM — probe city.
Sorry, Mork, but most of us true earthlings have jobs. We have to be up in the morning and can’t hang around the Dome of the Rock all night.
Please tell us, Benjamin Radford, exactly how big was your spacecraft that made it across the universe? You seem to know an awful lot about the kind of leg room an alien would need.
Okay, that one makes sense. You’re both still aliens, though.