If UFOs don't exist, then why are they reported on every continent and ocean? by Tony Garcia
Answer by Tony Garcia:
Unidentified Flying Objects are just that—unidentified. Countless sightings each year are either misinterpreted meteorological phenomena; “black projects” aircraft; as-yet-unknown, naturally-occurring phenomena; misidentified aircraft or hoaxes.
I do not mean to impute that all unidentified aerial phenomena are the work of overzealous imaginations or the dregs of the internet. There are several recorded instances of craft performing aerial maneuvers worthy of an Etch-A-Sketch in the hands of competing three-year-olds.
As to their origin, I tend to agree with scientist and ufologist Jacques Vallee who said, "I will be disappointed if UFOs turn out to be nothing more than spaceships."(1)