Tic Tac UFO Fleet Over the Pacific Ocean: A Video arousing curiosity

A video depicting a fleet of Tic Tac UFOs over the Pacific Ocean appeared on the YouTube channel UFO videos on January 5, 2022. This video has aroused a lot of curiosity from UFO fanatics and debunkers alike. The Tic Tac-shaped UFOs are seen flying in formation in the clear blue sky over the ocean. What could this mean? Is it an extraterrestrial sighting? Or is it something else? Some people believe that this could be the beginning of an alien invasion, while others believe that this is just a hoax.

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The video shows a fleet of Tic Tac-shaped UFOs flying in formation over the Pacific Ocean. This has triggered a lot of curiosity from UFO fanatics and debunkers.

The video of the Tic Tac UFOs over the Pacific Ocean

This video is from a YouTube channel called UFO Videos and was uploaded on January 5, 2022. The description for this video reads: “Tic Tacs in the Pacific Ocean performing an exercise similar to what the Nimitz Crew described.”

This video has already gained more than 8000 views. The Tic Tac UFO phenomenon is one that has continued to baffle people all over the world and this video is just another piece that adds to the mystery.

This video definitely raises more questions than it answers, which is why it is so intriguing to many people. What are these Tic Tac UFOs and why are they in the Pacific Ocean? Only time will tell if we ever find out the answers to these questions.

The Italian Scott Brando known as UFO of Interest is not so convinced about the fleet of Tic Tac UFOs.

What people are saying about the video

Scott Brando, also known as UFO of Interest, is an Italian fact-checker who is not convinced about the Tic Tac UFO fleet that was recently posted on the YouTube channel. He believes that this is just a hoax and that we should not get carried away by these videos because of the lack of background info.

Brando has investigated the video and says in his video: “As already exposed for similar viral videos shared without info about the original source, there are people who love to recycle old fake stuff from hoax channels debunked many times. That old video is actually one of the first videos created in 2012 by a know hoax channel: Thirdphaseofmoon.”

Who is the YouTube channel Thirdphaseofmoon?

Thirdphaseofmoon is a YouTube channel that posts videos about UFOs and other unexplained phenomena. The channel has amassed nearly 800K subscribers and has been featured in several major media outlets. Thirdphaseofmoon’s content is popular with both believers and skeptics, and the channel has sparked heated debate among online communities about the existence of UFOs and aliens. One of the most popular videos on Thirdphaseofmoon is “UFO Sightings Air force flying Saucer”, which has been viewed over 6.2 million times.

Disagree

Not everyone agrees with the conclusion drawn by the debunker UFO of Interest.

A Reddit user by the name VinniGreti says just because it ended up on a hoax YouTube channel doesn’t mean the video is a hoax.

Just to be clear, the Tic Tac video is not debunked. Guilt by association to the wrong YouTube channel is not debunking.

Tic Tac UFO Fleet Over the Pacific Ocean video is not a hoax according to Reddit users. However, the video is fake according to debunker UFO of Interest, and it’s been investigated by Scott Brando. He found that the Tic Tac UFO fleet video was posted on a YouTube channel called Thirdphaseofmoon in 2011 but the evidence to disprove the UFO video is not provided by the debunker.

Conclusion

The Tic Tac UFO Fleet Over the Pacific Ocean video is a topic that has sparked a lot of curiosity among people. Some believe that this could be an alien invasion, while others believe that it is just a hoax. What do you think?

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