I think they're pretty cool. It would be wild if it was really aliens from Zorgon-9.
Listening to some podcasts, I've heard takes from all sides. It's a hoax! It's aliens! These things are only being seen in restricted airspace so it's really some DARPA experiment!
The objections that didn't make a lot of sense to me were based on probabilities. Those posit that the process to create life from non-life is so hopelessly complicated and insanely improbable that there's almost no chance any planet within travel distance would have life, much less a civilization capable of interstellar travel.
Why accept that?
As far as I'm concerned, life was created by God. He made a universe that could sustain it, but not one that could create it from random chance, so, ZORP!*, He made it. Why couldn't He do it any number of times on any number of planets?
After all, the Big Guy loves adventure stories and what makes for a better adventure story than inscrutable aliens doing wheelies in front of the US Navy?
|"I see you've met My aliens. Excellent! Have you found out about the iguanas yet?|
Ooh, you haven't?
I probably shouldn't have said anything. Forget I brought it up at all."