A professor of pathology at Stanford University in the United States said last week at a conference in Manhattan that "aliens have been on Earth for a long time, and they are still here." The professor also claimed that experts are now working on reconstructing unknown aircraft that were found crashed. When the professor, Dr. Gary Nolan, was asked by the moderator whether he was sure of what he was saying, Dr. Nolan replied, "100 percent."
"I don't think they're walking around here wearing human form," Nolan said, "but rather they're making advanced use of intelligence that they're gathering with the help of intermediaries." The most compelling proof of Nolan's claim is the way the U.S. government has handled UAPs — unidentified anomalies, which is a word that actually means "UFO" over the past few years.
"Aliens have been on Earth for a long time." Aliens, illustration, photo: GettyImages
Nolan also talks about setting up a special office within the Department of Defense to investigate potential UFO sightings, and public Senate hearings on UFOs that he says "created a hornet's nest" in Washington. Nolan also bases his remarks on his own experience working with a person he claims was involved in gathering the original information, and experiences with people who worked reconstructing the unknown aircraft that crashed on Earth, some of which were even captured in videos.
"Even a tiny bit of knowledge could revolutionize, I see it as an opportunity," Nolan said, "I'm not worried about aliens taking over Earth, but about how we're going to use it." Despite Nolan's comments, during the Senate session on UFO issues, a senior executive said there was "no definitive proof of extraterrestrial life."
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