Kevin Knuth, now a professor of physics at the University of Albany, believes there is "enough evidence" to support the existence of UFOs in our universe.
Former NASA official says humanity must "face the possibility" that UFO sightings are "visitors from afar" and insist that more research on the subject must be done than it is for humanity would be prior to the UFO day, which was observed every year on 2 July since the beginning of the festival by UFO hunter Haktan Akdogan in 2001
The existence of UFOs and other extraterrestrial travelers is a hotly debated topic among so-called alien truthers and scientists alike
For the conversation, Mr. Knuth writes: "I believe we have to face this. The possibility that some of the weird flying objects that surpass the best aircraft in our inventory and oppose the declaration are indeed visitors can be remote – and there is much evidence to support UFO sightings. "
Knuth considers it taboo to talk about UFOs, which has prevented proper scientific investigation of the topic and governments and media responsible for the skepticism about extraterrestrial learning.
He added, "Essentially, we are told that the topic is nonsense.
" UFOs are taboo for serious scientific studies and rational discussions, which is unfortunately the topic in the field of and leaving pseudoscientists, many of whom are on the field with conspiracy theories and wild speculations. "
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Many Americans believe this photograph proves the existence of UFO
"UFOs are taboo for serious scientific studies"
Brazil, Canada, Denmark, Ecuador, France, New Zealand, Sweden, Russia, and the United Kingdom have outclassed the UFO files for the past decade, and Knuth says UFO sightings by government officials are Giving legitimacy to legitimacy
He referred to the Comité de Estónsos de Fenómenos Aéreos Anómalos (CEFAA), founded by the Chilean government, and the French Comité de Estósios de Fenómenos Aéreos Anómalos (CEFAA), made up of scholars and military personnel consists of civil servants, as organizations that provide evidence of the existence of foreigners.
Knuth also discusses the "Fermi Paradox" – the question of why we have never heard of other civilizations, although the vastness of space almost guarantees the existence of extraterrestrial life.
He's very likely that aliens are real and that a large number of the 300 million stars in our galaxy can host hospitable planets.
The bizarre form hangs over the Chinese city