Evidence suggests aliens might be surveilling our troops. Should we be worried?
Steven Hall, DCNF
- The Office of the Director of National Intelligence released a report Friday on unidentified flying objects but didn’t exclude the possibility that aliens exist.
- Experts and commentators have called for more research into this topic to solve the questions the public has on the unidentified aerial phenomena.
- Americans shouldn’t be concerned but rather “excited” or “intrigued,” Avi Loeb, Harvard University astrophysicist, told the Daily Caller News Foundation.
Unidentified flying objects have baffled the intelligence community in recent years and could pose a threat to national security, according to a government report Friday that did not rule out an extraterrestrial origin for the phenomena.
The Office of the Director of National Intelligence warned in a report that if the unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) were collecting information for a foreign adversary, it could pose a “national security challenge.”