...the term "flying saucer"...defined what was routinely reported by witnesses for at least a couple decades. If the reporter who coined the term had used different terminology, would the description of what was being sighted/reported and even occasionally photographed have been different? I think the answer is yes, but there's no way to prove it.
Madam! I'll have you know that Percy is a British flying pig, and while he has great respect for the late Mayor Jerry Springer,
What are our flying pigs doing in the UK when they ought to be at home in Cincinnati?
I know of at least one in NC...Madam! I'll have you know that Percy is a British flying pig
This is the real reason that we can't find aliens today:
GRUSCH: based on the very specific properties that I was briefed on, you know, isotopic ratios that would have to be engineered for it to be at those levels, but also just extremely strange, heavy, atomic metal, you know, high up in the periodic table, of arrangements that we don't understand
I once was startled when I saw there was a body lying down at the bottom of a nearby waterfall. But while I reached for my phone to call the police, I realised it was a nude inflatable sex doll.
Newton’s belief that “the ancient Egyptians possessed knowledge that had been lost in the intervening centuries,” as Smithsonian.com’s Livia Gershon puts it, did not set him far apart from mainstream European scholarship at the time.