Aliens ‘100%’ Living Among Us, Says Stanford Professor
A well-known ufologist who teaches at Stanford University says that he is “100 percent” sure that aliens have not only visited Earth, but have also “been here a long time” and may even still be there today.
Dr. Garry Nolan, a professor of pathology at Stanford’s medical school, made the shocking claim last week at the Salt iConnections meeting in Manhattan at a session called “The Pentagon, Extraterrestrial Intelligence, and Crashed UFOS.”
Moderator Alex Klokus asked Nolan if he thinks aliens have visited Earth. The professor said, “I think you can go a step further—it hasn’t just visited, it’s been here a long time, and it’s still here.”
“You know, people talk about the ‘Wow! signal’ when they want to find intelligent life from other planets. “The ‘Wow! signal’ is that people see it almost every day. That’s the communication that’s already here,” Nolan said.
At a recent meeting in Manhattan, Dr. Garry Nolan, a professor of pathology at Stanford University’s medical school, said that there are aliens on Earth. Project Unity on YouTube
The “Wow!” signal is a burst of radio waves from space that was caught in 1977. Some scientists thought the signal might have come from aliens looking for other signs of life because it was 30 times stronger than normal background radiation. Scientists have said since then that the sound might have come from two comets.
Klokus pointed out that many people would find Nolan’s claim about alien life “hard to believe” and asked him to give his claims a chance.
“One hundred percent,” said Nolan. “And I’m not the only one who thinks that. The National Defense Authorization Act was passed and signed by Vice President Biden in December of last year. Thirty of those pages are about setting up an office to look into strange things in the sky.
Nolan says that the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) is made up of about 25 people who have been given the job of “gathering information from all of the US Department of Defense intelligence offices, putting it into a standard format for the first time, and then giving it to Congress.”
A whistleblower scheme has also been set up, which lets people give classified information to Congress.
The professor said, “The most recent whistle-blowing incident happened just last weekend, and it stirred up a lot of trouble in Washington.”
Nolan says that politicians on both sides of the aisle have asked for more details about the problem. Project Unity on YouTube.
When asked what proof he has that there is alien life on Earth, Nolan said, “Just look at what your government is doing about it right now.”
Nolan says that the statement asking for more information was signed by 12 US senators from different backgrounds and with different ideas.
“What do they use to form their opinions? They base their ideas on the dozens of people who have, in one way or another, come forward and told them things in private.”