Do you believe there’s life beyond Earth? Or do you believe we are the only life form in the whole universe? If the answer to the first question was yes, then you must read this article. If it was no, well, you should probably read it too.
Are you familiar with the UFO leak? This is an expression used to refer to when governmental institutions accidentally lose or admit content, or, in this case, information about alien forms of life.
A few months ago, the Pentagon confirmed a UFO leak of UFO footage being part of an investigation. And Obama recently declared that aliens do exist, but he’s just not allowed to talk about it. So the information is being discovered, right?
This is the reason for which Dr. Michio Kaku assured us that before this century ends, we humans are going to make contact with aliens. But how does he know this?
You might be probably wondering who this Dr. Michio Kaku is. Well, he is a 74-year-old American theoretical physicist, futurist, and popularizer of science. He is a professor of theoretical physics at the City College of New York and CUNY Graduate Center.
He was invited to TMZ to answer some questions related to the recent UFO leak from the Pentagon. Dr. Kaku stated that the footage might have two explanations: 1. It proved secret government weaponry; or 2. It is proof of life beyond our planet.
“The idea of extraterrestrial visitation is no longer exclusive to tinfoil hat-wearing crackpots and drunks — it’s something we all should accept as a real possibility,” he affirmed.
It is true that in the past we relied on the eye-witness account. There wasn’t enough evidence that proved UFOs were real and so were their drivers. But nowadays, things are different. Our species is advancing rapidly, no doubt. And this evolution is making us more adept at recognizing signs of life.
“It’s only a matter of time before we come into contact with an extraterrestrial civilization”, added Dr. Kaku. “I think that there’s a good likelihood that, in this century, we’ll make contact with an alien civilization. And how do we know this? Because we’re getting better at scanning planets in outer space for radio signals”, he continued.
He also said though that extraterrestrials might have been watching us for decades. And we might not be of any use for them: “We really have nothing to offer them”. I don’t know if I should take that as a compliment or as an insult.
But, anyway, if you’re a fervent believer that if aliens exist they are going to invade and kill us all, maybe you should stay with your sci-fi movies.