World UFO Day 2018: Exploring The ‘Roswell Incident’ And The Possibility of Alien Life
That UFOs Are Real And The Government Covers Up Alien Life
The hotly debated question to date is whether we are alone in this vast multi-verse or there is another life-form on some distant planet. Though numerous incidents of UFO (Unidentified Flying Object) have been reported by people living in different parts of the world, officially, no signs of extra-terrestrial activities have been made public. July 2 is celebrated as the World UFO Day across the globe to embrace the possibility of such an existence.
July 2 acknowledges the Roswell incident, wherein a US Army’s balloon had crashed back in 1947, sparking widespread rumours of a UFO crash-landing. It is one of the most conspicuous pieces of evidence that the US government has covered up the existence of extraterrestrial life on Earth.
To recall, an ex-US Navy pilot had recently come out in the open with a UFO encounter that he had faced when on duty. As per David Fravor, who served as a US Navy pilot for 18-years, the UFO spotted by him was around 40-feet long with no wings and was hovering just over the water. “It accelerates and it’s gone. Faster than I’d ever seen anything in my life” recalled Fravor.
Pentagon admitted that it was secretly running a program that was solely dedicated to the studying of UFOs. The program, better known as Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program, continued from 2007 to 2012 and was the first such government initiative since the ‘Project Blue Book’, a similar study by the US Air Force which was shut down in 1969.
A physics professor, Kevin Knuth (State University of New York at Albany), describes two personal stories about the speculation of extraterrestrials. The first came at a 2002 NASA conference. The second story occurred when Knuth was a graduate student in 1988. Despite the age of the galaxy, there is largely no disputed evidence of an encounter with UFOs. Knuth is convinced that this information has been covered up by many governments.
As of 2018 February end, the National UFO Reporting Centre of the US had reported as much as 436 UFO sightings within the year in the US. If even one of them turns out to be anything even remotely close to an alien life, our long sought after question will be answered with a ‘Yes’. Whether it will be for the good or the bad, is an entirely different story.