Steven Spielberg believes UFOs are controlled by time travelers
For the last few weeks, the US skies have been “hot” with all kinds of unidentified flying objects (UFOs) being pursued by the US military. The lack of information provided has led many curious Americans to draw their own conclusions about the mysterious objects, including Steven Spielberg.
The famous director was asked about the recent increase in UFO sightings during an interview on The Last Show with Stephen Colbert. While Spielberg isn’t ready to support the aliens visiting us theory, he does find this version fascinating.
Spielberg said, “I don’t believe we are alone in the universe. I think it’s mathematically impossible for us to be the only sentient species in space. I think it’s completely impossible.”
However, he is skeptical of the idea that someone would visit us from 400 million light-years away unless they figured out a way to jump through wormholes in space.
While Spielberg isn’t convinced that aliens travel millions of light years to visit us, he does think humans may have learned to travel through time.
He presented Colbert with his own theory that the UFOs we see are actually people visiting us from the future.
“The most optimistic thing I feel about these things that we see in the skies that the Army, Navy and Air Force are recording on their weapons cameras is if they are not from an advanced civilization 300 million light years from here. ?, ” he said.
“What if it’s us, 500,000 years in the future, who are coming back to document the second half of the 20th century and the 21st century because we are anthropologists? And they know something that we still don’t know happened, and they’re trying to trace the last hundred years of our history.”
Spielberg’s theory raises an interesting question about the future of humanity . If humans are indeed visiting us from the future, does that speak to our survival as a species in the future?
This is an optimistic view, suggesting that humans will not only survive but thrive for the next half a million years.
“I’ve never seen a UFO,” said Spielberg. “I would like to have! I’ve never seen anything I couldn’t explain. But I believe in certain people who have seen things they cannot explain. I think what’s emerging recently is fascinating, absolutely fascinating. And I think the secrecy that surrounds all these sightings and the lack of transparency… I think there is something going on that just needs extraordinary due diligence.”
While there’s no concrete evidence to support Spielberg’s theory, it’s an exciting and thought-provoking idea. Spielberg’s hypothesis offers a new and unique perspective on the phenomenon.
Regardless of who UFOs are, the discussion surrounding them is a testament to our innate curiosity about the world and universe we live in.