I remember it quite comically because my sister called me freaking out because shes one of those people who believes in everything. I'm talking literally everything, bigfoot, abominable snowman, loch ness monster, aliens, ghosts, demons, zombies, Hellraiser, and whatever else you could even think of. So she calls me screaming bloody murder because Independence Day was happening in real life apparently and she was convinced that out of all the folks in the world they had come specifically for her lol.... Watching that unfold in real life was hilarious. Folks were rushing to the stores and emptying the shelves and everything. Neighbors were inside calling loved ones. Weirdos were on their roofs with signs and all types of **** lol. Meanwhile my neighbor who is also a big Astronomy guy and myself just walked outside stared at them for a few mins then went inside and sat on the couch. Human beings have some pretty extensive imaginations to say the least. Which is funny to me because you would think behind the hysteria some logic would prevail. Seeing how these mysterious flying orbs flew around for like 3 hours you would think that if it was something out of the ordinary then the US Air Force who has a fully operational base in Phoenix would have probably scrambled some jets over there to take a look at it. The Air Force will scramble fighters to intercept you if you accidentally fly your Cessna too close to their base or training area. I'm pretty sure they would have launched some fighter jets after a formation of alien spaceships flying around Phoenix for 3 hours scaring the crap out of everybody lol.