led naval coalition in Antarctica and/or the Pacific, something to be seriously questioned, if not dismissed altogether."
This skepticism, by the way, comes from a site that has articles such as "Did US Navy battle UFOs protecting Nazi Antarctic sanctuary in 1947?" and "I was ‘Invited’ Aboard a Craft by 3 Androgenous Beings in Long White Robes."
None of which is to suggest that I don't believe in life on other planets or even that we've been visited by extraterrestrials. But it's beyond me how we could be in the midst of a raging war with "extremely aggressive" aliens that fly spaceships at 25,000 mph and can manufacture tsunamis (how about "Frankenstorms"? Oh, wait, I forgot, Sandy is a "sign from God") with 1) no visual documentation, and 2) without getting our asses kicked.
But the best evidence that the war with UFOs isn't real is that it's invisible on social media. We live in a universe where the Curiosity Rover checks in on Foursquare from Mars. Don't you think by now we'd be seeing #kickingreptoidbutt or #surrenderpunyearthlings hashtags on Twitter?
You just gotta think these things through.