I watched it yesterday. It was very interesting but quite boring and had to be "endured". They linger when they should move quicker, and rushed when they should have lingered.
However, they explain quite well that it is about "exploring possibilities" and comparing them with known (and suspected) science.
It was quite "loaded" with Castaneda and Jung terms, such as "observer" vs "perceiver",,, the "abstract" and several more. One of the speakers is a former Pres of the Jung Institute so it is no surprise to see the use of such terms. The Jung folks liked Castaneda's work so much, they made it mandatory reading, which helped his books make the best-seller lists.
I agree on the ships-thing and viewed it as postulation, based on writings available, rather than on actual events.
The water-drops thing falls in-line with krilian photography of the human aura.
All-in-all, the only "news" lies in brain/thought studies. Still, well worth enduring to learn what "they" know.