REGISTERED ALIEN SHIPS: The Evidence Can No Longer Be Denied
Kevin Knuth, a former NASA researcher and current professor of physics at the State University of New York at Albany, explained why he believes that some UFOs could be alien craft and how science has been lax about it.
The subject of extraterrestrials remains a taboo for science, apart from small microscopic organisms. However, professionals working for space and security agencies have claimed that UFOs currently accepted by the Pentagon as UAPs could be alien craft.
Alien spacecraft could be behind UAPs
The scientific method requires hypotheses to be testable and reproducible. Close encounters with UFOs do not allow these options making their study very complicated. But the main problem is that the subject remains a taboo.
While the general population accepts the existence of unidentified flying objects as possible extraterrestrials, governments, the scientific community and the media have taken it upon themselves to downplay cases with far-fetched arguments. Deny or omit important evidence of alien origin.
This diverts the subject from serious scientific study and instead takes it into the convenient realm of pseudoscience and conspiracy.
UFO skepticism has become a sort of religion with an agenda that denies the possibility that UFOs could be alien craft. They do this through poor explanations or lack of evidence, something that affects both science and its methods.
To this we add the mocking tone with which the media usually reproduce any news. Even regardless of which security bodies have made the existence of unknown aerial phenomena official to some extent.
More and more astronomers believe in UFOs
But some astronomers have personally witnessed UFO sightings. In 1977 Peter Sturrock professor of space science and astrophysics at Stanford University sent 2,641 questionnaires about UFO sightings to members of the American Astronomical Society.
It received 1,356 responses, of which 62 claimed to have witnessed or recorded an unexplained aerial phenomenon. That 4.6% is similar to the 5% of sightings according to the COMETA report that remain unexplained.
Other studies, such as the little-known Project Blue Book Special Report No. 14 , reach 21%.
Unsurprisingly, Sturrock concluded that the reliability of these witnesses was very high. After all, his job was to observe the night sky.
It should be noted that 80% of astronomers who responded stated that they would be willing to study the phenomenon if there was a way to do so without being ridiculed.
The questionnaire also revealed that younger scientists were more willing to openly support the study of UFOs.
UFOs or UAPs have already been sighted through telescopes by astronomers, being a phenomenon that still has no explanation. However, science still does not take seriously the theories about the possibility of being alien ships.
The existence of other advanced civilizations remains a controversial topic. Although several experts have joined a new trend in recent years that intends to seriously study the subject, the scientific community continues to look at it with skepticism.