According to scientists and politicians, extraterrestrials could be living in our midst. We may be unintentionally in touch with them on a daily basis or even within our bodies. 1. Former Canadian Defense Minister Paul Hellyer, a former Canadian Defence Minister, stated to RT that he believes that aliens are part of our world:
“I’ve heard from various sources that there are roughly 80 distinct species, and that some of them look just like humans, and that you wouldn’t know if you walked past one if you didn’t look closely.”
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2. Arizona State University’s Paul Davies Alien life might be “just beneath our noses — or perhaps in our nostrils,” according to awardwinning physicist Paul Davies. CBS News interviewed him to say that alien bacteria may be found on the ground, or in our bodies. He also suggested that life may not have evolved on Earth once but may have evolved multiple times and that it may be possible for life to exist from different epochs.
3. Northern Kentucky University’s Dr. Robert Trundle In 2004, North Kentucky University philosophy professor Dr. Robert Trundle informed the Cincinnati Post that he had been “shunned” because of his ideas on extraterrestrials. “Is ET Here?” he named his book. No in terms of politics, but yes in terms of science and theology.” According to him, the Washington Post: “From a political standpoint, does ET exist?” The administration is frightened of cultural shock and mass hysteria, therefore no. If the government admits there are extraterrestrials here, it’s admitting it can’t protect us from them. My argument is that science cannot be dismissed because there are hundreds of credible witness statements. I’m referring about pilots who have come forward despite the fact that it has required them to face psychological examinations as a result.”
4. Director of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences’ Space Research Institute In 2009, Latchezar Filipov, the president of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences’ Space Research Institute, told the Toronto Star: “We asked (the aliens) 30 questions regarding world issues, and now we have some answers,” says the narrator.
He didn’t disclose how the questions were conveyed, but he did state the answers arrived in crop circles as pictograms. The aliens are alleged to have told Filipov and his crew that attempts to detect aliens by the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) had failed due to “magnetic fields.” According to the Telegraph, Filipov also stated: “Aliens are now all around us, and they are constantly observing us.” Filipov held high-ranking positions in astrophysics. He also worked on the MIR spacecraft mission. Chris Jones, an UFO specialist is number five. Chris Jones, a UFO specialist believes that many of the reports concerning alien abductions might be true. The UFO specialist believes that aliens are known to have existed among us for some time and have managed to hide their presence. Jones stated that he spent many years researching reports about human abductions by aliens. He stated that they have many things in common.
Further, the ufologist stated that aliens might already be here but that very few people know because aliens are adept in hiding and disguising. Many people’s personal experiences, as well as the discovery of UFOs in many regions of the world, show that humans and extraterrestrial intelligent entities are in contact. Ufologists found this topic even more fascinating after the US government began to examine 144 reports that had been submitted about interactions with unexplained objects in the preceding 15 years. The US military attributed all of these incidents to an uncountable number of illegal armed groups or air phenomena.