Aliens may be much closer to Earth than you think.
According to a NASA scientist, the space agency is aware that Saturn is a massive breeding ground for extraterrestrials.
Yup, Saturn – only 746 million miles from Earth – is teeming with UFOs, apparently.
Dr Norman Bergrun, the former NASA scientist himself, said ‘living’ alien UFO spaceships have started multiplying at an alarming rate on the planet’s rings.
By ‘living’, Bergrun believes that these spacecrafts are capable of the essential functions of biological systems, like self-replication and self-maintenance.
The scientist, who has served on the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA) and worked on some of the country’s most high-profile and top-secret aerospace projects, is claiming that extraterrestrials are present in our solar system, but scientists have not yet recognised them.
Bergrun has done numerous interviews in the past saying the number of UFOs in the solar system had reached ‘critical’ levels, but he’s now claiming the number of spaceships is ‘proliferating’ at an alarming rate, and even spreading to other ringed planets such as Uranus and Jupiter, the Daily Star reports.
What I found out is, these things inhabit Saturn, that’s where I first discovered them, and they’re proliferating. You can find them around Uranus and Jupiter.
Wherever you see some rings, that’s where I see the aircrafts, I call them a ring maker.
I say that it is electromagnetic because I can identify streamline patterns with respect to it that I knew were what we called ‘potential lines’ and that says it was electrical.
Bergrun also claims that it’s possible ringed planets were actually created to be sources of energy for aliens, with images of Saturn showing ‘exhaust fumes’ from what the scientist believes to be alien spacecrafts. Which, if actually real, is pretty cool.
And although NASA has distanced itself from his theories, other space experts have backed him up.
Nicholson and Forgan suggested in a paper published in the International Journal of Astrobiology, titled ‘Slingshot Dynamics for Self Replicating Probes and the Effect on Exploration Timescales,’ that self-replicating probes launched into space by aliens may have reached our solar system, the Inquistr reports.
So are aliens really inhabiting Saturn? It appears there’s a good chance they might be.