Alien Bases Near the Moon Spotted Using Google Maps? ET Reports on the Rise
The hunt for life has penetrated the World Wide Web. There is an abundance of reports of aliens and UFO sightings lately. Most of them, almost, always attributed to the use of the Internet. Recent reports say that using just by Google maps aliens could be spotted.
Recent reports say that there was a fleet of UFOs seen near the moon. It has, of course, sparked the interest of many. But Scott Waring, a famous alien hunter has a more technologically advanced methodology to find out if it is true. The alien hunter believes that by using the popular program Google maps, he spotted the non-reflective material on the surface of the UFOs thus leading him to the discovery of alien bases.
Waring used Google Moon maps to allegedly locate the coordinates of the alien bases . Of course, the result of his new advanced methodology was published online in a post entitled 'How to Find 3 Alien bases on Google Moon Map".
"The black structures really stand out when Google deliberately blurred the map - the dark areas were not affected so much," alien hunter Scott C. Waring said in the blog post.
Some photo manipulations and enhancements may indeed cause the surfacing of the said marks that Waring mentioned. But if they are indeed UFOs and alien bases, no one can tell for sure. But for Waring, this is a clear proof that aliens do exist and that they are everywhere.
Interestingly, an astrophysicist also said that aliens could be "everywhere" existing in a form different from what men perceived them to be. "Perhaps hyper-advanced life isn't just external. Perhaps it's already all around," astrophysicist Cale Scharf said in a statement. "In other words, life might not just be in the equations. It might be the equations," Scharf added.
Was Scott Waring able to locate alien bases or are they still false hope? Do aliens exist everywhere? Mankind is still far from answering these questions. But one thing is for sure, though, scientists and UFO hunters alike will continue to exhaust technological advancements to further understand what lies beyond the comforts of the Earth.