If you’re like most people, your home is going to be the single largest purchase that you make in your lifetime. It likely was when you bought your first home, and it might only be surpassed in transaction size if you wind up buying a permanent or larger home later on.
This is the place where you and your family keep your possessions, rest and recuperate from being out in the world, and hopefully enjoy life and each other. Even at a more basic level, it provides you and yours protection from the elements, as you stay dry, safe, and comfortable.
Given that and how much you invest in it, you want to also protect it. Keeping the place up is key, but for the things you can’t do, you need home insurance. What homeowners insurance specifically covers will vary from policy to policy, state to state, and even sometimes from one town to the next. Water and fire damage are commonly covered, but things like hurricanes, floods, and other natural disasters might be extra.
One such extra would be home insurance for UFO damage. If you’ve never heard about it, you might be kind of chuckling right off the bat, thinking of paranoid people wearing tin foil hats worried about alien invasions damaging their homes, but it’s not as far fetched as you might think. According to statistics Vermont gets the most UFO sightings in the USA, so if you live in Vermont it makes sense to include UFO coverage to your homeowners plan.
Keep in mind that the definition of UFO is an unidentified flying object. While the pop culture reference is a flying saucer piloted by extraterrestrials, in a legal sense, at least in many cases, a UFO could be anything from a fragment of a meteor or satellite debris that survives atmospheric re-entry to pieces and parts from airplanes, helicopters, and weather balloons.
For centuries, humans have debated the existence of extraterrestrial beings and even our ancient ancestors have left behind evidence of their beliefs. UFO sightings have become even more commonplace in the last century and famous UFO sighting incidents have sparked plenty of disbelief, investigations, and even fanaticism. Having said that, sometimes, we must look at the bigger picture that there are thousands of reported sightings to consider when thinking about proof.
Proof of alien life for scientists is finding microorganisms from outer space. For others, making contact with these enigmatic extraterrestrials has happened. What proof is there that aliens exist?
We must bring up the Roswell incident as it embodies every aspect of the perfect UFO sighting. We have government officials declining to speak of the incident, reports that have been hidden from the public and purportedly, even an actual alien body. It has been decades since the sighting in 1947, but in 2017 a video emerged that has been alleged to contain proof that an alien body was in fact found in the crash.
A swedish video has also emerged in more recent times as it chronicles the flight of a UFO over Gothenburg. In fact, many have argued that it may be the best evidence and proof that aliens do exist. Such videos seem to emerge at regular intervals, and a famous online blogger has reported that UFO sighting incidents are now totaling well over 100,000 in the last century.
UFO folklore has dazzled many worldwide, but in terms of scientific proof, there’s virtually none to back up UFO sighting claims. Still, we can’t deny that many people have seen something unexplained and this tradition is far-reaching back to thousands of years. Perhaps, with technological advancements, we may be able to find conclusive proof once and for all whether aliens are real.