In a recent Congressional hearing on UFOs (Unidentified Aerial Phenomena or UAPs), whistleblower David Grusch, a former U.S. intelligence official, claimed that the U.S. government has covered up the existence of aliens on Earth for decades. Grusch asserted that the government possesses UFOs, including non-human biologics found at crash sites, and has been involved in reverse-engineering alien technology, funded through misappropriation of funds.
In response to the hearing, renowned physicist and science communicator Brian Cox Xed his thoughts on the matter. He stated that he watched clips of the hearing and saw individuals making extraordinary claims without providing extraordinary evidence. While Cox acknowledged the excitement of the possibility of extraterrestrial life, he emphasized the need to focus on preserving our planet and not rely on external intervention.
I keep being asked what I make of the UFO thing in Congress yesterday, so here it is: I watched a few clips and saw some people who seemed to believe stuff saying extraordinary things without presenting extraordinary evidence. Therefore I have nothing more to say, other than: It…— Brian Cox (@ProfBrianCox) July 27, 2023
Various experts have weighed in on the topic, with some suggesting that the majority of UFO sightings can be attributed to mundane objects like balloons, drones, or aerial debris. However, a small percentage of observations remain unexplained, showing characteristics that cannot be explained by known technologies.
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The hearing has sparked significant public interest, with many hoping for transparency from the government regarding UFO-related information. Grusch’s claims and the ongoing debate around UFOs continue to capture the attention of the public and scientific community.