UAV – Drones and the Future of UFOs
Today drones are becoming more and more popular. They are being used by everybody from news stations to Bigfoot researchers. Even the general public is beginning to adopt smaller drones with simple cameras on them for fun. The fact is these drones are much cheaper to operate than helicopters and airplanes. They bring the capability to view live video and other sensor recordings to the hands of anyone with a few thousand bucks, or in some cases, a few hundred. It’s not difficult to see why drone are becoming so popular, and it is conceivable that in the next decade drone use will only expand.
Besides privacy concerns and putting new capabilities in the hands of anyone, it will have an interesting impact on UFO sightings. In fact there is a recent example of this: The recent Iceland UFO is believed to be a commercial UFO, and based on the video, I think it is a likely explanation. The advent of drone technology will undoubtedly lead to an increase in UFO sightings. This will be a tremendous challenge for paranormal investigators and sky watchers. It is difficult enough to differentiate between existing natural phenomena and man-made crafts and objects in the sky, but drones open up a whole new world of small maneuverable craft that can feature any configuration of lights. As drones become more advanced, the task of differentiating between the known craft and the unexplained will become much more difficult.