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| By Richard Ahern — It is not uncommon to wake up and see #Aliens trending on Twitter these days. However, over the past day, the internet has been overwhelmed by Alien fever, with the hashtag gaining over half a million views in just 24 hours.
The interest in UFOs and aliens has grown exponentially since the US government started publicly discussing the issue. In 2021, the government announced it’s been tracking unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) for 70 years.
Along with a public report came some fascinating footage of objects filmed by the US military — objects that exhibited unearthly propulsion methods, with speed and agility not possible by any known aircraft.
In 2022 the Pentagon’s All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office was established, and Sean Kirkpatrick was appointed as chief — hence the term “UFO chief.”
Talk of UFOs reignited after news broke about the Chinese spy balloon shot down by the government in US airspace and the subsequent flurry of additional unidentified objects.
So, what has happened?
Well, it’s likely due to the Pentagon’s “UFO chief” claiming the possibility of an alien mothership in our solar system sending smaller probes to explore Earth.
Make no mistake; this is not crazy talk …
The research report, authored by Sean Kirkpatrick, director of AARO, and the chairman of Harvard’s astronomy department, Abraham Loeb, seriously considered the mothership scenario as a viable explanation for the recent UFO sightings.
Not to mention, NASA may have already found the mothership …
In 2005, Congress tasked NASA to find 90% of all near-Earth objects larger than 140 meters. Then, in 2017, NASA discovered an unusual interstellar object that they named “Oumuamua,” which appeared thin and artificial in origin. The unusual name comes from Hawaiian and roughly translates to “scout,” or more precisely, “a messenger from afar arriving first.”
Unlike asteroids and comets, “Oumuamua” had no natural cometary tail of gas and dust and had an “extreme flat shape.” Comparing these characteristics to a known object of artificial origin found in space — a NASA rocket booster — they were remarkably similar, the report notes.
The draft report theorizes that objects like “Oumuamua” may function as parent vessels that release probes or “dandelion seeds” to explore the planets in our solar system, including Earth.
“…an artificial interstellar object could potentially be a parent craft that releases many small probes during its close passage to Earth, an operational construct not too dissimilar from NASA missions.”
The report delves into the potential propulsion methods that hypothetical alien probes may utilize, accompanied by many equations. If interstellar probes utilized chemical propulsion similar to our rockets, such systems would unlikely have the capability to slow down sufficiently to land safely on habitable planets. “Consequently, the mothership/probe scenario is more energetically viable,” Kirkpatrick and Loeb explain.
Sadly, the authors conceded it’s unlikely these probes contain extraterrestrial life …
“It is likely that any functional devices embedded in the Earth’s atmosphere are not carrying biological entities because these would not survive the long journey through interstellar space and its harsh conditions, including bombardment by energetic cosmic-rays, X-rays and gamma-rays.”
Still, there may be intelligence present …
The paper concludes that there is a real possibility of devices with highly sophisticated artificial intelligence that can repair or replicate themselves. Moreover, with machine learning surpassing current technology, the authors believe these devices could “adapt to new circumstances and pursue the goals of their senders without any need for external guidance.”
So, not aliens, but alien robots? Definitely!
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