Are they out there?

Around this time last year, something entered the solar system, and people began to take note. Oumuamua as it was called seemed to be a comet, or an asteroid or something that was passing us by, then heading back out into deep space unknown.

Anyway, recently, people have been questioning if it wasnt something more? Like an alien spacecraft of some kind, either an actual craft, or alien probe? Could be a probe, I guess, sent to recover data from this solar system from somewhere beyond our knowledge, maybe? An actual craft, I have my doubts, even though it accelerated, and decelerated, it would surely have come in for closer contact to Earth, if it was actually manned, to try and work out those strange beings on the planet?

All I know is, it wasnt someone delivering my flying saucer/space craft, which was a great shame!

Me, I suspect its nothing more than said flying comet, asteroid or another rock form we didnt know could exist, but fine, I personally would love it to be aliens, but if so, why didnt they come and get me! πŸ˜›

Will we ever know now, for sure, probably not, but it does make you think, or I hope it does.

Right, video time. I only wish I could find a live version of this brilliant song, but even though The Osmonds still perform it (of sorts), they segue it into another song, which means you miss out on much of this glorious work. So yes, for once, a stationary video, lol.

Just to add, there will not be the usual blog on Thursday, as I’m going out that evening. Sadly, no, not for a trip in a flying saucer with some passing aliens. So next blog will be at some point over the weekend, but not from the UK. A place beginning with P, in fact. Could be Pluto, could be Proxima Centauri, but far more likely to be Portugal! πŸ˜›

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