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What UFO’s and Aliens might really be, based on science or Personal Theory

Quantum theory says that there may be other universes beyond our own universe.

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What UFO’s and aliens might really be, based on science or personal theory

Introduction

What if you could travel to another galaxy in a matter of hours? What if that galaxy was full of life, and what if some of that life looked just like us?

NASA has recorded alien craft in space, so that’s a fact.

NASA has recorded alien craft in space, so that’s a fact.

NASA has never released any information about the alien craft.

There are several reasons why NASA might not want to share information about its findings with the public. One is that there could be a lot of red tape involved in making such a decision—a process that takes time and money and could ultimately have little effect on anything. Another reason would be because they don’t want people panicking or freaking out at the idea of aliens being here already—or worse, having been here for some time now!

Aliens are not what we think they might be.

Aliens, and the UFOs they are believed to travel in, are not what we think they might be.

The main reason for this is that aliens are not necessarily biological beings. They may be non-physical beings that can manifest themselves as a physical form. As such, any alien you could imagine is possible. Aliens could look like anything from an octopus to a cloud of light, or even something completely unknown by science. The possibilities are endless!

Also, aliens may not even be carbon-based creatures as we understand them. They may be silicon-based life forms or made entirely out of plasma energy (like lightning). In fact, there is no reason why an alien couldn’t be made out of anything other than carbon molecules and water!

Man wearing alien mask walking crossing pedestrian crossing in city 
Man wearing alien mask walking crossing pedestrian crossing in city 

Black holes suck matter and energy and spit it out into other dimensions.

Black holes are objects with such a strong gravitational field that nothing can escape from them, not even light. They form when stars die and collapse into themselves. Black holes come in two sizes: supermassive and stellar. Supermassive black holes, like the ones at the centre of galaxies, can be billions of times heavier than our Sun and spin extremely fast. Stellar black holes are only a few times heavier than our Sun and do not spin as fast.

Black holes are invisible because they emit no light or radiation—they only suck up matter (and sometimes energy). However, their effects on nearby objects can sometimes be seen by observing their influence on those objects’ movement through space-time (or sometimes just time).

There could have been a time in earth’s history when humans were visited by aliens.

The idea that humans might have been visited in the past is not new. The idea that aliens might have visited earth in the past, and left behind some evidence of their existence, is also not new.

However, if you take into account all of these different theories together it’s possible to see a bigger picture which suggests that there could have been a time in Earth’s history when humans were visited by aliens, and they left behind some kind of evidence for us to find today.

This is what we will explore here: what else can we learn about this theory?

Quantum theory says that there may be other universes beyond our own universe.

Quantum theory says that there may be other universes beyond our own universe.

Quantum physics has a lot of weird ideas, but one of the most fascinating is the idea that parallel universes exist. The idea was first put forward in 1957 by theoretical physicist Hugh Everett and he called it “the many-worlds interpretation” (MWI). In quantum mechanics, when an event happens, like a radioactive atom emitting light particles or an electron jumping into another orbit around an atom’s nucleus, scientists say that at least two alternatives to this event exist: one where the event happened and another where it didn’t happen at all—and then they apply probability to figure out what’s more likely to happen based on how likely each alternative is. It turns out that sometimes these probabilities are so small they can be considered zero or one hundred percent certain—it all depends on how often we see something happening over time compared with its alternatives not happening at all (or vice versa).

Perhaps we respond to aliens the way we do because of our assumptions about what they are and where they might come from.

Perhaps we respond to aliens the way we do because of our assumptions about what they are and where they might come from.

We assume that aliens are from other planets, or outer space, or another dimension, or another universe, or even a parallel universe close to ours. We assume that they have traveled through time and space just like we do every day—only it’s different for them because they don’t share our perceptions of time and space as linear. They may perceive themselves as living in multiple places at once; their consciousness can move freely between realities without moving their physical bodies at all (although some people believe this is possible for humans too).

I think the idea that aliens come from different universes within our own multiverse is particularly interesting because it implies a coexistence on some level with things that lie outside your reality but still exist within it—and this brings us back around to something I’ve said before: Aliens don’t conform to how we think about science fiction tropes when applied here on Earth; rather than appearing futuristic or futuristic-looking (like humanoids with technology), they often look very similar in appearance

Some believe that the things we see are ET’s spaceships or portals of some kind traveling in a universe closer to ours or possibly even inside our own universe but invisible to most of us.

You may have heard of “wormholes,” or the concept of a portal. I’m sure you’ve seen plenty of science fiction movies that feature wormholes as portals or time travel devices. Some believe that the things we see are ET’s spaceships or portals of some kind traveling in an universe closer to ours or possibly even inside our own universe but invisible to most of us.

Think about it this way: if we can make a wormhole, why can’t alien? We’ve been researching them for years and are still on the verge of building one ourselves! Maybe they’re already doing it and just haven’t told us yet!

There is no proof of aliens, but there is also no proof that there are no aliens, so the possibility remains open until it is proved otherwise.

There is no proof of aliens, but there is also no proof that there are no aliens, so the possibility remains open until it is proved otherwise.

This means we have to consider all possibilities when it comes to UFOs and aliens. For example, if you believe in friendly ETs (extraterrestrial life), then maybe they have been visiting Earth for centuries or even millennia and have been observing us closely. Maybe some of them have been here this whole time and are waiting for us to reach a certain point before revealing themselves openly. Or maybe they’ve already landed on Earth and are working with governments around the world in secret research programs like Area 51 or Dulce Base (a government facility in New Mexico).

In any case, if you want to believe in friendly extraterrestrial lifeforms who come here with good intentions toward humanity—and I’m not saying you shouldn’t!—that’s totally fine! But if your theory is based upon faith alone rather than science…well…I wouldn’t say anything, but that’s just me 🙂

Conclusion

In the end, we can only speculate on what aliens really are. The most important thing is that we remain open to the possibility because if they are real and come here, it could be a wonderful opportunity for us to learn about ourselves and our place in the universe.

What do you think?

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