There have been so many movies and television shows about the big unknown as to what is out there in the galaxy. Many shows that depict a world where aliens land and chaos ensues. We are still fascinated, as a whole, with Roswell. I’ve been there and it is just a dusty western town. Who knows what truly happened there decades ago.
A newly released U.S. report on unidentified flying objects says 143 sightings since 2004 remain unexplained. It does not rule out alien activity. 153 seems both a small and large number of unexplained sightings since 2004.
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If there are aliens I don’t think we’d ever encounter them. In order to visit earth from the far reaches of the universe you’d need a vehicle that could travel in excess of light speed. And I’m not sure who would be willing to make the trip given the Buck Rogers-type event that would result upon return. Neil de Grasse Tyson has said that if there are aliens they are likely more like The Blob than E.T. That is, a ball of slime that gets here as the result of a meteorite, not some super intelligent human-reptile hybrid with advanced technology. I think the more credible government report for explaining these UFO sightings is the leaked one from 1966 -“The Report from Iron Mountain”, despite being labeled a hoax. One of the strategies discussed for getting the population to rally together and willingly surrender their rights for the greater good, absent a major war, is the threat of an alien invasion. At the time that was deemed to be too unbelievable and that global pollution would be a more credible option. I can’t help but think that there is a connection between COVID essentially running it’s course; a significant resistance among people to giving up beef, air conditioning, and air travel; and the government now releasing information about UFOs.
SMiLes i Doubt Alien
Life on EartH Would
See Humans As
Standardly at Least..:)