Aliens Existence Could Be Proven In 28 DAYS: A Harvard Physicist Will Announce Whether Debris Pulled From The Ocean Is Aliens, Or Just Meteorite Fragments
Scientific proof of the existence of intelligent extraterrestrial life could come in less than a month, according to a leading Harvard physicist.
Tiny fragments of metal recovered from the crash site of a meteor-like UFO that plunged into the Pacific Ocean in 2014 were strong enough to potentially be “an artificial alloy,” according to Harvard physics professor Avi Loeb.
“There’s a possibility that it’s artificial, that it’s a spacecraft,” said Loeb, leader of recovery efforts to dredge the fragments off Manus Island this June.
Loeb, who is also director of the Institute for Theory and Computation at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, said the results of this month’s analysis could “definitely” reveal humanity’s “first contact” with extraterrestrials.
UFO chasing Harvard astrophysicist Professor Avi Loeb (left) and his team, including Amir Siraj (right), recovered meteorite fragments from the Pacific Ocean that may prove extraterrestrial life exists.
A Harvard duo recovered 50 unusual iron spheres after tracking down the unidentified object, off the coast of Papua New Guinea in June as part of a $1.5 million underwater search mission.
Loeb’s colleagues in Germany, Papua New Guinea and at two major US universities are now busy examining the spheres (fragments of the IM1 meteorite) to determine whether their atomic isotopes, chemical composition and other details prove an otherworldly origin.
“I expect more news within a month,” Loeb said. the daily star. That is the hope.
Loeb reports that no fewer than four research institutions are currently training their staff and scientific teams on samples of the recovered metal fragments.
The fragments, 50 mostly iron spheres about 0.1 to 0.7 mm in diameter, likely came from an object that originated outside our solar system, according to analysis by Loeb and a former student, as well as scientists. from the US Space Command
Loeb’s colleagues in Germany, Papua New Guinea and at two major US universities are now busy examining the spheres to determine whether their atomic isotopes, chemical composition and other details may prove an otherworldly origin.
“We are in the process of finding out, within a month or so, what this meteorite was made of and whether or not it is technological in origin,” Loeb said.
With great confidence that IM1’s final track covered 6.2 square miles (16 square kilometers) of ocean near Manus Island, the team was able to scrape the deep ocean floor with a large magnetic “sled” (above), both along IM1 Pathway and various ‘control’ regions
As the Harvard team scraped the deep ocean floor with their meter-wide magnetic ‘sled’, the researchers made ‘Runs’ (green lines above) along the path of IM1 and ‘control’ areas.
On the ship, Harvard astrophysicist Avi Loeb (third from left) and Harvard-trained physicist Amir Sirah (right) worked with their team to gently remove iron samples from the sled.
Loeb and his colleagues have begun calling the object IM1, for ‘Interstellar Meteorite 1’, although it also bears another more technical name with NASA’s Center for Near-Earth Object Studies (CNEOS) catalog of meteorites: CNEOS 20140108 .
IM1 is currently classified first in terms of material resistance of the 273 fireballs in NASA’s CNEOS meteor catalogan early clue to its scientific value.
“It was moving faster than 95 percent of the stars near the Sun because of some propulsion it had,” according to Loeb. It was also made of a very strong material.
Loeb has left open the possibility that IM1, which is estimated to have been around 3 feet in diameter and about half a US ton in weight as it burned in Earth’s atmosphere spewing tiny blobs of molten metal, could have been an alien probe.
The size of the meteor-like object is well within the range of humanity’s probes now sailing deeper into the cosmos, such as the Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 spacecraft, which at the longest points of their high-gain antennas reach a length of 12 feet.
Voyager 2 unmanned exploratory probe is currently itself an interstellar object, now more than 12.3 billion miles from Earth but still transmitting its ‘heartbeat signal’ to NASA.
“If it’s something like the Voyager spacecraft colliding with the planet, it would show up as a meteorite,” Loeb said. ‘Let’s find out.’