Scientists reveals why we’ll make contact with aliens by the end of the century

Michio Kaku
Michio Kaku
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The ongoing debate whether aliens exist or not might finally be resolved. According to Dr Michio Kaku, a 75-year-old theoretical physicist and host of US TV series Ancient Aliens, humans will make contact with aliens by the end of the century.

“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,” Kaku told TMZ.

“So I would expect that if they’re that advanced, that they could reach the Earth from outer space, they are probably thousands of years ahead of us in technology, in which case we’re like squirrels to them.”

Kaku’s theory follows the recent leak of UFO footage from US Navy military which the Pentagon confirmed as being authentic. In a statement with CNN, Pentagon spokeswoman Susan Gough confirmed photos and videos of triangle-shaped objects hovering over the USS Russell were taken by Navy personnel.

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“As we have said before, to maintain operations security and to avoid disclosing information that may be useful to potential adversaries, DOD does not discuss publicly the details of either the observations or the examinations of reported incursions into our training ranges or designated airspace, including those incursions initially designated as UAP,” Gough said.

While the the Navy’s photos and videos were published by Mystery Wire and on Extraordinary Beliefs’ in early April, the footage has been circulating online since last year.

“In the past they couldn’t be tested, it was just an eye-witness account, but now we have videotapes from the United States military, physicists have now analyzed these graphs, frame by frame, and we realize that no known commercial or military vehicle can reproduce the gyrations and the velocity of these objects,” said Kaku.

In June, US intelligence agencies is expected to give unclassified reports a bout UAP’s to Congress.

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