Look up in the sky, it's a bird, it's a plane, it's a cloud, it's a UFO or it may be just a drone. The increased use of drones by both military and the private sector have led to an increase in the number of reported UFO sightings.
Drones, which have been in the news recently because of their use by the military to get rid of some high profile terrorist targets is an unmanned aircraft which is either controlled from the ground or by a inboard computer.
Some drones look like planes while others are intentionally designed to resemble UFOs or flying saucers.
According to the Huffington Post there was," a "flying saucer" drone intentionally designed by a Canadian science center to fool people at a baseball game, there is also a news agency's hovering, camera-mounted craft which is used to observe large crowds of protesters."
In addition drone technology is used "for military purposes as well as consumerism trickery" and then there are those new drone kits which can be purchased for a price at the local hobby shop flying around many neighborhoods.
The National UFO Reporting Center says that UFO sightings increased 42 percent between 2011 and 2012, as Time reports. "In June, an unidentified flying object spotted by protestors in San Paulo, Brazil also turned out to be a drone that belonged to a local TV station," Time adds.
As the usage of drones continues to rise there are sure to be more reports of flying saucers or UFOs and more pictures and videos popping up on the internet.