HARVARD PROVESSOR AVI LOEB SAYS METEOR FRAGMENTS HE HELPED FIND CONTAIN ALIEN TECH
So I’ve been hearing tidbits about this for the last few days and have been trying to make some sense of this news. Avi Loeb, a Professor at Harvard, believes that a meteor fragment he helped to find may contain alien tech. Yes, alien technology. While this is actual news this week, it doesn’t seem to have made too many waves. That alone makes me a little more curious about both the news, which is pretty darn major, and why it is that no one (absolutely no one) is freaking out about it.
FOR SOME REASON, THIS NEWS OF ALIEN TECH DISCOVERY ISN’T MAKING ANY NOISE, AT ALL
We’ve come a long way since people wagged their eyebrows to the face of, and fingers to the back of, people who claimed to have been abducted by aliens. It became such a meme, that more than a few science fiction shows and movies made fun of the weirdo abductees, usually in the midst of an alien invasion of Earth. But while this news of a Harvard Professor saying that he believes he’s found alien tech in a meteorite is real, you probably haven’t heard about it. I don’t know, maybe you were abducted by aliens at the time and it didn’t seem all that important.
METEOR CONTAINING ALIEN TECH CAME FROM WELL OUTSIDE OUT SOLAR SYSTEM , AND WAS MOVING FAST
Avi Loeb and a team had gone hunting for the meteor in the waters near Papua, New Guinea. It had landed in 2014, and somehow they were able to find the remnants of the metero in the form of spherules, or metallic marbles. You can see them pictured above. One thing that makes this metero so noteworthy is that we are pretty darn sure that it came from another solar system. So why does Loeb think this could be alien tech? Because this unique meteor fragments’ material is tougher than iron, and was moving faster than 95% of all stars near our sun.
And by that reasoning, we’re left wondering if this is what’s left of an alien spaceship or some other kind of gadget. Stay tuned! Because aliens are real keeps getting more….. real. And normal. And that’s not normal.