Aliens Are After Our Oil
See, if we assume the laws of physics operate consistently throughout the galaxy, an alien spacecraft traveling millions of miles to Earth would eventually need some kind of fuel, maybe some form of hydrogen fusion or a gravity drive. Another possibly: a UFO would need something as low-tech as gasoline.
I know what you’re thinking – if aliens have the ability to fly across the universe surely they’ve progressed beyond the same fuel that powers weed-whackers. But new photographic evidence suggests that at least one type of alien craft does, indeed, run on gasoline.
Over the summer of 2012, crude oil was disappearing from an oil company in Cotulla, Texas. Thinking the culprit was a human rebelling against high gas prices, the oil company set up security cameras to catch the thief in the act.
But the cameras didn’t catch an earthly crook. Instead, on the night of July 5, video surveillance captured the image of what some experts believe is an alien spacecraft stopping by for refueling. The spacecraft is disc-shaped and has three visible running lights along its edge. It appears to be hovering at a least a foot off the ground.
The story and photo was reported to the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) in the last few days, and is already sparking controversy in the Ufology community. If it turns out that certain types of UFOs do indeed run on combustion engines, this would not only change the way in which ufology thinks about alien spacecraft, but it may also change NASA. If it only takes small amounts of crude oil to power interstellar flight, who knows what the future of space travel might bring?
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