5 Reason To Believe That Alien Exist, we have to believe

5 Reasons Why Scientists Believe That Aliens Exist

Are aliens real? We don’t know for sure, but we want to believe.

Outer space is a vast expanse that we have so much more to learn about, which is why it’s hard to flat-out deny the possibility that other intelligent lifeforms exist. New species are continually being discovered in the ocean, and some animals thought to be long gone have emerged from the thick cover of jungles and the deep sea to be rediscovered.

1. UFOs Piqued the Pentagon’s Interest

 

 

In 2007, the Department of Defense (DoD) creates a program called the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP) to study “space-related phenomena that could not be easily explained, usually involving the appearance of high-speed, unidentified aircraft,” per New York magazine’s intelligence.

The covert program was headed by military intelligence official Luis Elizondo, who sought to investigate reports of UFO encounters. A decade later, Elizondo quit working at the Pentagon and confirmed AATIP’s existence to the new York times.

2. Navy Jet Encounters UFO

This recently declassified footage of a Navy jet encountering a UFO was captured in 2004 and released in 2018. In the video, pilots can be heard excitedly asking, “What is that thing?” as the rapidly moving object is on screen for a few moments.

Commander David Fravor and Lieutenant Commander Jim Slaight were on a training mission over the Pacific off the coast of San Diego when they witnessed a UFO that was “40 feet long and oval in shape.”

Fravor told the New York Times the object was “jumping around erratically, staying over a wave disturbance but not moving in any specific direction.”When Fravor tried to get a closer look at the UFO, it sped away at a speed the likes of which he had never seen.

The craft was never identified and Fravor insisted he didn’t see any kind of wings or rotors, making it that much more impressive that it was able to outrun his F-18 Hornet jet.

3. Oumuamua: Alien Craft or Asteroid?

 

 

Avi Loeb, an impressively credentialed scientist who taught at Harvard and chaired the university’s Astronomy Department, has put forth an interesting, but seemingly far-fetched, hypothesis: the asteroid Oumuamua is actually space debris from an alien structure or a defunct alien space craft.

Coming from anyone else, this might seem zany. Again, Loeb knows a thing or two about the machinations of space. However, while truthers are soaking the Oumuamua theory up, Loeb’s colleagues are highly disappointed and upset that he’s posited what they’re calling an “insult to honest scientific inquiry.”

4. A Plethora of Exoplanets

NASA recently confirmed that the number of exoplanets is in the thousands and that we can expect that figure to only grow as we improve technology that’s able to go into the nether regions of space.

This means there are thousands of known planets that haven’t been explored at length and several more awaiting discovery that could be comprised of environments with the ability to sustain life.

Who’s to say one (or multiple) exoplanets aren’t already home to intelligent extra-terrestrial beings?

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