Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs) are not new to us. There are many times people have reported sighting objects in the sky, which ultimately, they cannot identify.
If humans see something in the sky they can’t identify, then that object might belong to other beings that humans are yet to make physical contact with. The regular sighting of UFOs, therefore, fuels the alien conspiracy.
In Japan, UFO hunters are busy trying to make sense of what was recently captured in the skies of the nation. On Oct. 31, a mysterious green UFO was captured in the country’s northern prefecture of Niigata, on the west coast of Honshu Island, leaving a trail of sparks behind it as it travelled across the sky at high speeds. The object traveled in the sky for approximately 15 seconds before vanishing to the northeast.
The object looks green, and was reportedly captured in the early hours of the morning. Some UFO experts described the strange object as a fireball in appearance. A fireball is a name given to a very bright meteor.
The green speedy object is said to have been captured by a Nippon TV affiliate weather camera. When the footage of the object was aired, it sparked wild speculations. It soon went viral on social media, with many audiences claiming it belongs to aliens.
UFO adherents said the object came from aliens, and that it was passing through the Earth’s atmosphere when the camera captured it. According to these UFO believers, this isn’t the first time aliens have visited the Earth, claiming that aliens have been constantly visiting over a period of time.
When the news of the object spread, astronomers in the west were quick to debunk the notion that the strange object was of alien nature. An expert told NBC that the brightness of the object means it may have been caused by space debris. The expert explained further that a fragment from a satellite that burnt up as it re-entered the Earth’s atmosphere could have resulted in the bright object spotted in the Japanese skies.
In July 2015, ten strange objects drifting past smoke-billowing chimneys were captured in the city of Osaka, Japan. The footage also went viral; with some claiming it could be a dangerous warning from an alien race.
Later, it emerged that a policeman also captured a similar thing near Milwaukee, in the U.S. State of Wisconsin, in the same month those strange objects were captured in Osaka. Officer Gustavo Rojas posted what he captured on his Facebook, revealing that he and his partner both saw the lights moving slowly in the sky, changing formation before disappearing. He used strong language in his post, admitting that he was shocked at what he observed. He expressed the opinion that the lights could be alien crafts surveying the Earth.
Debate about the existence of aliens in the universe is still a hot issue. Researchers are currently attempting to discover alien life with powerful telescopes and radio signals.
Recently, researchers involved in the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence from the University of Laval in Quebec, Canada, announced in a paper that they have detected new messages from the stars, which they believe are likely to have been generated by aliens. The researchers said that they heard unusual messages from deep in space, and therefore, strongly believe the messages are coming from aliens.
Alien life does not originate from the Earth. Some cosmologists believe alien life ranges from simple bacteria-like organisms to civilizations that are far more advanced than that of human beings.
Some researchers encourage aggressive methods to try and contact alien life. Some also believe human contact with aliens will bring disastrous consequences to the human race. The British Theoretical Physicist, Professor Stephen Hawking has repeatedly warned humans never to make contact with aliens.
Hawking believes that humanity will be shocked once they set their eyes on aliens. According to Hawking, it is possible that the aliens might have used all their resources, and are looking for other places to rule, thus, making human contact with them very dangerous. He also suggested that alien life exists in many parts of the universe: not just in planets, but perhaps in the centre of stars, or even floating in interplanetary space.
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