As more people are taking to the streets to protest, changing their diets to become either vegan or vegetarian and idolising the great Greta Thunberg, it is clear that everyone is looking for ways to solve or stop climate change.
But one Oxford University professor thinks the solution has been here all along, claiming that insect-like, invisible aliens have already been breeding with humans on earth to produce a superspecies that is capable of solving climate change. Yes, you read that right.
Dr Young-hae Chi, an academic at Oxford's Oriental Institute, not only thinks that there is a "strong correlation" between alien abductions and changes to the climate, but also believes that these so-called "alien-human hybrids" could already be walking (or crawling?) among us.
If they are far, they shouldn’t be concerned about us. I don’t think they are from far away, they are just next to us, we can’t see them.
We can use an analogy of fish which can think and perceive things only in the way they can and humans also perceive only in the way we can, so our perception of the world is limited by our organs.
Dr. Chi is now publishing a book called "Alien Visitations and the End of Humanity", in which he describes the four different types of the extraterrestrial beings as being either small, tall and bold, insect-like, or scaly with snake eyes. Not necessarily the character types someone would look for in a breeding partner...
The professor has been investigating this topic for a long time, claiming in a 2012 address at the Ammach Conference, in a speech titled 'Alien Abduction and the Environmental Crisis', Chi stated that extraterrestrials can sense that human civilization is "perhaps coming to an end". He added that he agrees with theories that claim that aliens are intent on producing hybrids. He added:
It may be more or less assumed that the hybrid project is a response to [the] impending demise of human civilisation.
So, they come not for the sake of us, but for the sake of them, their survival, but their survival is actually our survival as well — the survival of the entire biosphere.
Dr Chi said this week he was “still looking for more evidence to support my view”. We wish him the best of luck.
You can watch his entire lecture in the video below: