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Do They Exist? Essay

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A bird, A Plane, or The Plausible Alien. A little known tidbit about Aaron is that he loves the concept of extra-terrestrial life. The discovery of an extra-terrestrial species whether in intelligent form, or bacterial, would shift the philosophy and religion life as we know it, and I’m just waiting for the official NASA confirmation to shift non-believers; like democrats waiting for Politifacts to call Romney the biggest liar of the year. Originally I was going to write about the Tijuana drug trade, but I wanted to shift things up a bit, and hopefully this sparks some cognitive function!

For a more then recorded amount of years, unidentified flying objects have graced the night skies, and have been the greatest cause for conspiracy and mystery I can think of. The topic is extreme in depth, and can’t be covered in 100 papers, especially just this one. So with all persuasion aside, the other night my aunt from Bakersfield called me knowing of my alien fascination. She went on to tell me all about these strange lights Duke, the dog, has been barking at for the past week! It shocked me once she described them as dancing, unpredictable, sky candles, and I urged her to let me know every time she see sees them.

She laughed uncontrollably and wished me a goodnight. I was sure she was just yankin’ my chain, and there were no such lights. Today I went ahead and searched to see if maybe anybody else in the Bakersfield, California were experiencing the objects. The first video to come up on YouTube was a news report, only a day old, of the incident in Bakersfield described in detail! I couldn’t have been more excited! I haven’t been able to reach her since, but I know that when I do, it will be an interesting conversation. But to think of this whole UFO scene as a current event would be blasphemous to UFOlogists.

The EXACT scene my aunt has witnessed in the sky has taken place in multiple states, regions, and areas of the entire world, for longer than recordable times, with a recent spike in activity. The “Bakersfield UFOs” we will call them, have shared an exact pattern, and eeriness to them as other international occurrences. The videos are all there, and it’s been happening a lot. Here are some I’ve noticed to be outstanding: “Orb Triangle UFO in San Francisco, California December 9, 2012” – “Orb Triangle UFO in Princeton, Indiana November 26, 2012” – “UFOs Continue to Appear in Florida

November 27, 2012″ – “UFO Orb Triangle in Texas City April 9, 2012” – “UFO Triangle in Missouri Oct 3, 2011” – “UFO Triangle in Lafayette, Colorado March 20, 2011” – “UFO Triangle in Tucson, Arizona Nov 20, 2010” – “UFO? Triangle El Paso, Texas Oct 15, 2010” – “UFO Triangle New York City October 13, 2010” . They all exhibit intelligent, pattern forming, triangular shapes. They disappear randomly, and always move faster than anything known to nature or man. It seems difficult to think past the communal concept of aliens not existing, but the normal has reciprocated itself, and it is now more common to believe in their existence then to not.

Theories from ancient visits to earth, to genetically altering our species for progression plague the minds of all believers, and it is all accepted as a little known fact to some. I’m not sure what drives me to obsessive amounts to know it all about extra-terrestrials, but perhaps the day will come when my beliefs will reign evident, and become common knowledge to future generations. What do you believe, and why? It’s something to think about. Indulge yourself into unbiased research, and the outcome isn’t just gratification – but knowledge; the gift given to man. School board Meeting Now this one’s a bummer.

We walked in, sat down, and left. That process is a little exaggerated, but almost fact. The panel discussed an upcoming wrestling tournament, and contemplated whether it should be allowed for the team to drive home (or something similar) after the tournament. It was accepted, and then the topic was moved on to the subject of middle school basketball. Mr. McCarney, the vice principal of the middle school, delegated a speech to congratulate his team for winning an SRV championship; It was a motivational speech and very tear-jerking. Immediately following was dismissal. I then introduced a peanut butter and jelly sandwich to my mouth.