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Alien Probes from Intergalactic Mothership ‘Oumuamua Investigating Solar System, Says Harvard Study

A recent paper published by Sean Kilpatrick, director of the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office, and Avi Loab of the Astronomy Department at Harvard, has proposed that the interstellar object ‘Oumuamua, which swung around the Sun in 2017, was actually an intergalactic mothership that dropped off probes in our Solar System.

The paper suggests that the probes, which the authors refer to as “dandelion seeds,” were dispersed in 2017-18 and are currently studying the planets, including Earth.

The authors speculate that the probes could be used to explore Earth-like planets if they are properly designed.

They also claim that the tiny probes would be difficult to detect with existing survey telescopes.

The paper has reignited interest in the possibility of extraterrestrial life and has led to renewed speculation about the origin and purpose of ‘Oumuamua.

The object’s unusual elongated shape and lack of a visible coma or tail have long puzzled scientists, and some have suggested that it could be an artificial object of extraterrestrial origin.

The study comes in the wake of recent events in the US that saw a surge of interest in unidentified flying objects (UFOs) over the country after a Chinese spy balloon was shot down.

During that period, General Glen VanHerck, the US Air Force general overseeing North American airspace, said he would not rule out aliens as a possible explanation for some of the airborne objects shot down by warplanes.

“I’ll let the intel community and the counterintelligence community figure that out.

I haven’t ruled out anything,” he said.

The study has sparked a lively debate among astronomers and UFO enthusiasts, with some expressing skepticism about the authors’ claims and others suggesting that the idea of tiny alien probes investigating our Solar System is not as far-fetched as it might seem.

Whatever the truth, the study has certainly planted some intriguing ideas in our thoughts about the possibility of life beyond Earth.

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