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A UFO, unidentified flying object, is an unexplained moving object observed in the sky, especially one assumed by some observers to be of extra-terrestrial origin (Random House Dictionary). Technically, the term UFO is a wrong term that is used to name possible alien aircrafts. UFO originally meant Unconventional flying object, not unidentified flying object. The military has known since the 1940s that these were intelligently piloted craft (http://www.aliens-everything-you-want-to-know.com). The term ‘alien’ is a verbally abused term. As defined in the Oxford American Dictionary, the term refers to a person who is not a citizen of a country in which he is living. In our community today, the term is more commonly used when referred to space beings. For this research matter, the term aliens will be referred to as space beings.

From the ancient times, countless sightings of UFO’s have been recorded. A lot of archaeologists claim that aliens have been here since the beginning of our world. According to Harold E. Burt,
Aliens are a part of earth’s history. They have been here during our entire existence. When the Roman Empire was in full bloom, they were there. When Columbus crossed the Atlantic, they were there. When Christ was born, they were there! Thanks to Will Smith and Tommie Lee Jones, everybody has heard of or seen the fictitious action-comedy movie ‘Men in Black.’ The movie is all about the existence of aliens lingering with us in our community without our knowledge. It also showed that aliens also work for the organization, but what we do not recognize is that the movie has exposed the truth about the existence of the Men in Black. First, what does the term ‘black’ mean? We probably have heard from a lot of action movies where the phrase ‘He’s gone black’ is a common expression for those agents who have erased their personal records as if he…...

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