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Most Popular Dates for Sightings (as of December 2020)
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Another top 20 list. This one's a bit more interesting. You have dates you'd expect to see more sightings with firework celebrations (Fourth of July, New Years Eve). However this one has some strange dates bubbling to the top. I'd love to hear if anyone has any insight to what may have happened on these dates to cause a spike in reports. There is no concentration of cities within the dates.

  1. 2013-01-01
  2. 2002-11-30
  3. 2001-01-01
  4. 2015-11-08
  5. 2014-01-01
  6. 2012-07-22 
  7. 2012-07-02 
  8. 2012-05-21 
  9. 2012-01-01 
  10. 2012-06-07 
  11. 2012-07-04 
  12. 2014-07-05 
  13. 2019-06-06
  14. 2014-07-04
  15. 2013-01-01 
  16. 2010-07-05
  17. 2012-07-05 
  18. 2015-07-04
  19. 2015-01-01
  20. 2009-09-20 
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#2
I know this going to sound stupid but when these beings see thousands of aerial explosions all happening at one time they think a war has erupted and they want to know what is going on. So they come out in numbers to figure out what the heck is going on. They simply don't understand the purpose of fireworks.
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#3
Unless it has something to do with volcanoes or earthquakes, then I guess they have adaptive to our holidays??
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(04-18-2021, 07:38 AM)Mike826 Wrote: I know this going to sound stupid but when these beings see thousands of aerial explosions all happening at one time they think a war has erupted and they want to know what is going on. So they come out in numbers to figure out what the heck is going on. They simply don't understand the purpose of fireworks.

Maybe they just come to watch the fireworks.  My theory is that all species eventually evolve into tourists roaming the cosmos in their anti-gravity propelled RV.  "Hey honey, look at this ICBM installation these creatures built. Should we troll them and shut it down?"
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