Aliens might have visited Earth already, according to Nasa which is working “to find unmistakable signs of life” beyond our planet.
The organisation said while it is yet to find any credible evidence of extraterrestrial life, it is “not closed to the possibility” that aliens exist.
It comes from a Nasa report released in November under a Freedom of Information request from GovernmentAttic.org.
In a collection of emails, one Nasa official said the earliest alien records “are probably 1,440BC or 2018 AD, or not depending on what science and comments we believe.”
This was written in relation to the “unsolved mystery” of a cooking pot in China which dates back to 7,000BC
Its owner asked Nasa for an expert opinion on the pot’s ” UFO artwork” depicting symbolic language, hidden meanings, futuristic spaceships and clothes from a vanished civilisation.
The official responded: “Yes if I was an alien who visited earth say 7,000 years ago or anytime, I too would take a simple thing in front of me like a clay pot to record my visit in multiple ‘languages’ or symbols and dimensions and technologies… including 1D, 2D, 3D, 4D, 5D, and beyond any comprehension here now.”
However, he concluded that the pot’s drawing which defies the laws of physics, showing and aircraft with no motors, wings or tails, “must be a unique coincidence.”
The document also addressed reports of unidentified aerial phenomenon, more commonly known as UFOs.
It stated: “When we learn of unidentified aerial phenomena, it opens up the door to new science questions to explore.
“The language of scientists is data. But without access to full data, it is nearly impossible to verify or explain any observation.”
It went on to highlight that scientific study of UFOs is facing a “central problem” being the lack of robust data including the lack of access to information that already exists.
The revelation comes after a Pentagon report in June revealed what the US government knows about a series of mysterious flying objects that have been observed in military airspaces in recent decades.
It looked at 144 records of sightings of what the government described as an “unidentified aerial phenomenon” or UFO.
Investigators were able to explain only one of those encounters which was attributed to “airborne clutter.”
There was no evidence which pointed towards aliens or a major technological advancement by a foreign territory, such as China or Russia, as a viable explanation for the sightings.
A senior US official said: “Of the 144 reports we are dealing with here, we have no clear indications that there is any non-terrestrial explanation for them, but we will go wherever the data takes us.
“We don’t have any clear indications that any of these unidentified aerial phenomena are part of a foreign collection programme and we don’t have any clear data that is indicative of a major technological advancement by a potential adversary.”
Significant efforts continue to track such developments and officials continue to “watch that very carefully” they added.
Another senior official said that 21 of the reports show UFOs “that appear to have some sort of advanced propulsion or advanced technology.”
They also indicated speeds beyond what the US considers to be possible in the realms of foreign adversaries despite having a lack of propulsion or acceleration.
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