Stanford Professor Makes Bold Claims About Alien Life

( — A Stanford Professor claims that aliens have come to Earth and have been here for a long time. Dr. Garry Nolan, a professor of pathology at the prestigious university’s medical school, made the controversial claim during a conference in New York entitled “The Pentagon, Extraterrestrial Intelligence and Crashed UFOs.”

He compared visiting alien life to the arrival of Europeans on South American shores. He said the natives of South America did not know what the ships on the horizon were, and that scenario is similar to our failure to recognize the presence of life from other planets. “They’re showing up and saying who amongst you are intelligent enough to realize what it is you’re looking at,” Nolan said.

Professor Nolan also referred to the National Defense Authorization Act, passed in Congress in 2022. This legislation established an office to address “unidentified aerial phenomena.” Nolan said the passing of the law provides evidence that the US government takes alien life seriously, and increasingly so.

For decades, people have accused the American government of covering up the presence of alien life on Earth. The topic has been the subject of many books, documentaries, and films, and some enthusiasts believe that the age of cover-up is coming to an end.

In 2022, the Pentagon released a report on unexplained aerial phenomena (UAP). It came as pilots and others who work in the skies began to tell stories of encounters with unknown aerial vehicles. For example, US Navy members started speaking out about strange encounters. Film recordings of unexplained phenomena also increased with the proliferation of phone cameras. The Pentagon report noted 144 incidents of unidentified objects in the skies. These were reported by US pilots and other credible witnesses.

Senator Kirsten Gillibrand added an amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act calling upon the government to establish a formal method of studying UFOs. She was supported by Senators Roy Blunt, Lindsey Graham, Marco Rubio, and Martin Heinrich.

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