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Does This Video Prove That Aliens Have Been Visiting Earth?

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Ordinarily, these types of videos are rife with contradictions and generally speaking, are the fodder of conspiracy buffs but (while we’re not saying it’s definitely little green men) we’re pretty stumped as to what it could be.

The video, which you can watch below, was taken from the live stream on the International Space Station and shows three objects leaving the Earth’s atmosphere and departing into the great black void that is space.

So far so strange, what makes the entire thing even more eerie though is that the feed abruptly cuts off straight after the objects come into view. Which could be coincidence. Or it could be NASA trying to hide the truth from us. Or even scarier, it could be because the aliens have giant camera breaking rays or something else ridiculously futuristic.

Who knows. Sure, there’s the off chance that it could be space debris, or a satellite, or weird light reflections but until anyone can prove that, we’ll be wearing our tinfoil hats, thank you very much. 

[Via: The Independent]

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