Reported Sciencealert, Pentagon documents regarding the existence of UFOs are expected to be released on June 25, 2021. Although the report has not yet been published, The New York Times has published reports about testimonies of several US Navy pilots who saw the presence of UFOs.
According to a Times source, the report does not provide a clear link or connection between the more than 120 UFO sighting incidents from the last two decades, and the possibility that Earth has been visited by aliens.
If The Times’ sources are to be believed, there is clearly still no good reason to interpret an unexplained object in the sky as evidence of aliens.
But does that mean alien nothing out there anywhere else in the universe? If there is can we find it? Science Alert asked five scientists about the existence of aliens and these were their answers:
1. Jonti Horner, Ahli Astrobiology
A biologist from Australia, Jonti Horner believes that aliens exist. But how close the aliens are to the humans is still unanswered.
Honrner doesn’t talk nonsense, this very large space has many stars near which there are planets. “The Milky Way galaxy alone is estimated to have up to 400 billion stars,” he said.
If each star has five planets, that means there are two trillion planets in the Milky Way galaxy. “We know there are more galaxies in the universe than there are planets in the Milky Way,” he said.
With so many planets, Horner believes Earth is not the only planet that has intelligent life with high technology. But will we ever find such extra-terrestrial life? That’s a difficult question to answer.
“So even though I do believe alien life exists, I think finding evidence for it will be very difficult,” he said.
2. Steven Tinay, Astrophysicist