As you know, the theories about the existence of the aliens never end.
There are definite and assertive statements related to the existence of the aliens by a certain group, while others say that all of these are nothing more than nonsense laid out to fool people.
There is an argument that many people who believe in the existence of the aliens say and that is we are too worthless to be alone in this vast universe.
In order to prove this argument, many projects have been made in recent times. As you know, perhaps the most important of these projects is SETI.
There is one question in everyone’s mind who accepts the existence of aliens: “Where is everybody?”
Really, where is everyone?
Come on, let’s go on a little thought trip…
We perceive the sky we see in a clear night as an endless sea. But in fact we only see very close neighbors. Even at the clear nights, the number of stars we see does not exceed 2500. 2,500 stars is one hundred million of all the stars in our galaxy. Almost all of these 2,500 stars are closer than 1,000 light years to us. 1,000 light years is 1% of the diameter of the Milky Way galaxy.
When talking about stars and galaxies, the question that keeps our minds busy for a long time is this: “Are there intelligent beings other than us?”
To answer that question, Robert Bigelow, CEO of Bigelow Aerospace, NASA’s business partner, made an interesting allegation related to aliens.
According to Bigelow, we don’t have to look for answers to questions related to the existence of aliens because aliens are already on Earth and live among us.
The important parts of the interview with Bigelow, the CEO of the company that currently produces inflatable living space for the International Space Station, are as follows:
Lara Logan: Do you believe in aliens?
Robert Bigelow: I’m absolutely convinced. That’s all there is to it.
Lara Logan: Do you also believe that UFOs have come to Earth?
Robert Bigelow: There has been and is an existing presence, an ET presence. And I spent millions and millions and millions — I probably spent more as an individual than anybody else in the United States has ever spent on this subject.
Lara Logan: Is it risky for you to say in public that you believe in UFOs and aliens?
Robert Bigelow: I don’t give a damn. I don’t care.
Lara Logan: Since you went so far as to spend your money on this way, do you think we can communicate with the aliens? Where are they?
Robert Bigelow: There’s no need to go too far to find aliens. It’s just like right under people’s noses, living on this Earth with us …
“Well, if you are going to ask,” What documents are there in the hands of governments or other world states? “
The US Defense Department’s repport on an event in Iran in 1976 says:
“Our F-4 plane ran into an unidentified object 45 kilometers away, and the pilots lost control of all equipment and communications on the plane, and when we started moving away from the object, we assume we weren’t perceived as a threat anymore because all equipments started to work again.”
Former CIA President Roscoe Hillenkoetter (1960) says:
“Contrary to what seems to be, many high-ranking air officers are worried about UFOs, but the states are so confidential that the society in general doesn’t believe in the reality of UFOs and even makes fun of it.”
As Bigelow claims, we don’t know if aliens are among us, but we can’t say they are not either…
All we know is this:
“Saying there are no Aliens is like scooping a tea cup into the ocean and saying no fish.”