The question that all of us, science fiction fans, always ask: are we alone in space?
Many sci-fi films have been made based on this topic, and there are countless eyewitness testimonies, where, of course, the vast majority are qualified as unreliable.
However, Michio Kaku, a professor of theoretical physics at the City College of New York and CUNY Graduate Center, has his answer to this question.
Recently, we have witnessed some published cases of encounters with UFOs, backed by some official institutions, such as the US Army. There are also more and more former government officials and NASA former employees with their testimonies about UFOs, which were in some way connected with the research of these phenomena in the past.
In particular, the Pentagon recently confirmed that the “leaked” videos of the US Navy are credible, and Dr. Michio shared his opinion with the public about all that.
Respected physicist, author, and scientist Dr. Michio Kaku, who appeared several times in the famous series “Ancient Aliens,” said in an interview with TMZ that more and more frequent eyewitness testimonies could only mean that humanity will make contact with aliens during this century. Fortunately, there is no reason to worry because it seems that they did not come to occupy us, at least not for now.
He says physicists have now analyzed the videos in detail, frame by frame, and concluded that no known earth technology could reproduce the gyrations and speeds of these unidentified flying objects even if they are secret military weapons, such as hypersonic drones or the like.
The famous physicist says that if it is about alien ships (and he thinks it is), it means: first, humanity is not an obstacle for them, since they are so technologically advanced that they can come and go whenever they want, and second, with our technology evolving rapidly, we should make contact with them during this century.
Also, he wonders, what do we have to offer them? Maybe gold? No, they don’t care. It’s probably unusable metal for them. They are probably just observing us, and if they wanted to contact us, they could have done it decades ago.
What to do in case of abduction
At the end of the conversation, Michio Kaku advised what to do if aliens abduct you. You should steal something from an alien ship, anything, even an alien chip or alien paper clip because there is no law yet against stealing things from extraterrestrial civilizations. So, bring any object with you so that the researchers have something to analyze in the laboratory.
However, his conclusions and advice on extraterrestrial life seem to be based on strong logical thinking and common sense.
With the development of new technologies, humanity will be able to explore its immediate environment in the future, specifically the solar system. This will make it possible to determine whether there are traces of life on any of the planets in our solar system or their moons or whether there have been any in the past.
In this regard, high hopes and expectations in finding life in space are flowing into NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope, which was recently successfully launched into orbit about 1 million miles (1.6 million kilometers) away from Earth. This telescope will be able to explore very distant planets of our Milky Way galaxy.
So who knows, the next time you look at the clear starry sky, you might see some shooting stars that are not.