Melissa Alvarez reports that there is a $10,000 prize for anyone who can debunk a set of UFO photos.
The article is filled with the usual sparse details, logical fallacies, and other things we've come to expect from woomeisters. It's worth a look, especially the pictures. However, this bit where they "explain" the revolutionary photographic technique used to capture the images contains one of the best typos I've ever read (emphasis mine):
During the penetrating photographic process special equipment uses x-ray, thermo and inferred imaging.
Wow! They accidentally said something true.
EDIT: Darn! They've fixed it. Unless the word 'infrared' is the typo now.
Keep watching the skies!