Dr. Michio Kaku advises scientists to be open-minded about the idea of ​​an extraterrestrial origin of UFOs

Michio Kaku
Renowned theoretical physicist Dr. Michio Kaku has shown in the past that he is open to the idea of ​​extraterrestrial visitors on Earth. In a recent tweet, he urges his fellow scientists to more openly consider the idea that UFOs may be extraterrestrial spaceships.

As Kaku explained via Twitter, he was repeatedly asked about his attitude towards the UFO phenomenon. In this regard, the physicist further explains that he considers the issue of origin to be a legitimate scientific issue.

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At the 2019 UFO World Congress in Barcelona, ​​Kaku already stated that UFO research has reached an important turning point thanks to the verification of the authenticity of US Navy UFO recordings and the latest confirmations from the US military.

He also said that “now the burden of proof lies with the US government. Now you must prove that these objects are not controlled by intelligent beings from outer space.”

According to the physicist, the possibility of extraterrestrial origin of objects that were noticed and documented not only by American pilots is on the agenda.

“We now know that these objects can reach incredible speed. We know they are capable of zig-zag maneuvers at speeds that would effectively crush any pilot on board.”

“Previous silly explanations for UFO sightings, such as meteors, meteorological balloons or the planet Venus, can no longer explain these naval records,” Kaku continues.

Only two possible explanations remain: “Either these objects are of human origin and then represent such an advanced technology that even leading scientists are confused. Or we see evidence of a highly developed extraterrestrial civilization here.”

In fact, it is first necessary to prove that the documented UFO sightings are not extraterrestrial in origin.

Michio Kaku is an American theoretical physicist, best known as an active popularizer of science, author of popular science books.

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