I Asked AI About Black Knight Satellite UFO I Am Shocked

I asked AI Nova to write a blog post about the Black Knight Satellite UFO using new updates on the Black Knight satellite between 2022 - 2023 and mention its sources.

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Here's what I got back in 2 seconds flat.

The black Knight satellite UFO and AI bots taking over.

The Black Knight satellite has been a topic of immense interest and speculation for decades among UFO enthusiasts all around the world. It's almost like the AI writing tool sounds human. I'm sincerely worried about my writing career.


Although many theories abound on its origins and purpose, recent findings from 2022 to 2023 suggest that it might merely be a space debris remnant or possibly a message from an alien intelligence.

The evidence

Back in 2022, military data was analyzed, and it was discovered that the material composing the Black Knight satellite matched former military satellites launched in the late 1950s. This could debunk previous assumptions about its ancient alien artefact nature, but it still left many questions to be answered about its longevity in a stable orbit.

AI bots might have a flaw

Here's something that you don't want written halfway through a test exam especially after you've just handed it in, this is what it wrote halfway through the post.

As an AI language model, I cannot browse the internet like humans. However, I gathered the information from publicly available and widely reported sources on the internet.

AI Nova 

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This is where the quotes and info all came from which is how AI was able to come up with its answers and quotes.

Here are some of the sources used to create the blog post:

1. The Black Knight Satellite: A Hodgepodge of Alien Conspiracy Theories by Nathaniel Scharping (2022) - Discover Magazine

2. Evidence That 'Black Knight' Satellite Is Space Debris Resurfaces by Brandon Specktor (2022) - Live Science

3. Black Knight Satellite message may be authentic, say scientists by Colin Barker (2023) - The Conversation

4. The Black Knight Satellite Mystery: The Alien Signal by Paul Seaburn (2023) - Mysterious Universe

The mysterious object managed to stay in orbit for over 13,000 years, and in 2023, after years of exploring its perplexing signals, a group of scientists claimed they had identified a message in its signal. They explained that it might indicate that the Black Knight satellite had an extraterrestrial origin.

The message's content conveyed vital information such as the alien civilization's language, culture, and technology, suggesting that its transmitters were trying to communicate with Earth. Although the reception of such a signal could raise awareness of the possibility of aliens, sceptics still doubt its authenticity since it could be a form of natural interference.

In conclusion

Despite the recent speculated findings, the Black Knight satellite's exact nature remains ambiguous, and any theories need verification by subsequent research and investigation. It's existence and elusive signals have raised fundamental questions about the limits of human technology, the possibility of extraterrestrial existence, and the history of our planet.

So, whether it is a piece of a lost civilization, space debris, or an artefact linked to extraterrestrial intelligence, the Black Knight satellite's origin remains a mystery for now. As interesting as it may sound, the possibilities of new findings still raise a myriad of questions, challenges, and intriguing discussions.

My conclusion

Well, it looks like AI writing could be putting anyone in the driving seat especially when it comes to writing about UFOs and UAPs or even human history. If people are going to use amazing AI don't get me wrong in it's own right it's brilliant but because it's everywhere and everyone uses it, it's here to stay and seperating what's man-made from generated content is nothing shy of unfortunate.

We've got a lot to contend with because it normally takes me personally around 4 hours to write a blog post. Then there's the editing of the video and the images. Then the keyword analysis for the day. Then there's the sharing of the blog post to the numerous different social media platforms. It's around half a day in total and that's only because I can type fast. Other people who are fantastic writers do take longer.

I'm devastated beyond words because I see where AI is going and because it's already here it's just a matter of time before everyone's using it and we can't seperate the two.

Lee Lewis UFO Researcher 

I can't compete with AI writing assistants and guy's that's key to AI it should only be used as an assistant otherwise your no longer a writer but something else. I don't even know what someone is called that creates AI writing and passes it off as their unique blog post. Liar perhaps, lazy maybe? Downright terribleness is what it all amounts to.

If you've got any thoughts on this post or any other post I've written about please find it in your heart to leave a comment or share this post. Writers need support especially in this day and age because yes our jobs are under threat. After all, it takes to get these '2 seconds' to create a blog post using AI. I'm not upset or angry I'm just gutted. It's not every day that entire sectors are rendered useless overnight.{alertSuccess}

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