Well, there has been a heated debate concerning the existence of life on other planets, rather, outside Earth. In fact, recent studies are claiming that there are Aliens, and who knows in the future they might invade the earth and take control. Recently, the New York Times revealed the existence of a secret government program to investigate UFO sightings and the existence of life elsewhere in our Solar System. The investigation is specially focused on the encounter by the members of the military like the one that was experienced by the US military off the coast of California.
Luis Elizondo, the Ex-military intelligence official when speaking to the media said that, “What we are seeing is not a traditional aircraft, it’s not a drone, it’s not something that we can say is an aeroplane belonging to a certain country. My summation is that what we are looking at truly by definition, an exotic technology beyond next generation technology.” According to Luis Elizondo, this is just the tip of the iceberg and the news was a “turning point” in UFO investigation. “MUFON’s military vaults are full of such videos and data on these objects. “Now that the spill gates have been opened a little, it is time for the rest to come out in an orderly fashion. “And in so doing, make it safe for our scientists and engineers to study this phenomenon without fear of ridicule or retribution, but with funding provided by Congress and private industry.”
You may have not heard about this since it’s not a big story somehow but its real. Recently the New York Times profiled the secret $22 million Pentagon program that investigated the Unidentified Flying Objects. From the investigations done, many people now believe that there is life outside our planet as the military claim whatever they’ve observed exhibits characteristics that are not found anywhere in the US inventories. So, probably, we might not be alone, whatever that means. Imagine encountering other intelligent forms of life like aliens during your space travel.
The worst thing is that we don’t know what really they are, what they are capable of and what might happen in the near future as a result of their existence. There is more to worry about, right? Surprisingly, the Federal Investigation Agency is reluctant to investigate more on the matter and give a solid feedback. Jan Harzan, one of the world’s top UFO investigators, said his organization had proved over the past 50 years that flying saucers really exist. Mr Harzan is executive director of the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON), the world’s biggest organization dedicated to UFO and alien research.
The US-based organization maintains a database of sightings that is updated daily, with many cases investigated. It has so far analyzed more than 100,000 UFO cases. Mr Harzan was speaking in response to recent revelations that the US Government ploughed millions of dollars into a top-secret investigation into the potential threat posed by UFOs. He said: “MUFON has been investigating and researching the UFO phenomenon since 1969. “The group’s analysis of over 100,000 UFO reports over the past five decades has shown three things to be true: “One, UFOs are real; two, UFOs represent extremely advanced technology and, three, tremendous breakthroughs will happen if we make it safe for our scientists and engineers to study this phenomenon unimpeded. “These breakthroughs involve the fields of propulsion, energy, communication, biology and consciousness, to name just a few.” Many UFO believers are convinced that UFOs are powered by a “free energy” system that has no cost to produce.
There is a growing conspiracy theory that the US Government already knows how to harness this power after allegedly recovering a crashed UFO at Roswell in 1947. However, the theory claims that those behind the fossil fuel industry have suppressed its existence so they can continue to cash in on the polluting power source. It comes after last month’s revelations about the Pentagon’s Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program (AATIP) featured US Navy footage of a mystery UFO off the coast of San Diego in November 2004.
However, Alejandro Rojas, spokesman for the Scientific Coalition for Ufology (SCU), said being unexplained did not mean the UFOs were alien. He said: “Remember, the ‘U’ is for unidentified, not alien. We don’t know what these things are. Just because we get uncomfortable with the idea of aliens does not mean we should not investigate when the people who pilot our most advanced technology say they encounter something that outclasses their aircraft. It would be highly negligent not to investigate.”
Do you still believe that we are alone?
Should we be worried about these Unidentified Flying Objects?