We Have Proof UFOs Are Real But the Fossil Fuel Industry Is Suppressing the Truth, Expert Says
UFO reports and tabloids go together like peanut butter and jelly but seldom do the stories reach a level of specificity that rings with any tangible possibility or likelihood.
That's why this new interview with Jan Harzan, Executive Director at the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) and one of the world's foremost authorities on UFOs, is worth paying such close attention to.
In response to last month's bombshell, mainstream reports that the Pentagon ran its secret Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program with the sole purpose of searching for UFOs, Harzan said, "Now that the spill gates have been opened a little, it is time for the rest to come out in an orderly fashion. And in so doing, make it safe for our scientists and engineers to study this phenomenon without fear of ridicule or retribution, but with funding provided by Congress and private industry."
The existence of this program, he added, means that three things were proven to be true:
"One, UFOs are real; two, UFOs represent extremely advanced technology and, three, tremendous breakthroughs will happen if we make it safe for our scientists and engineers to study this phenomenon unimpeded."
It's worth noting that Harzan's first two points are nothing spectacular. All that saying UFOs are real means is that there are objects in the sky we can't identify, and all that saying the technologies are advanced means is that those who experience the sightings don't possess an adequate frame of reference (or proper clearance) to adequately determine what they're seeing.
That third thing Harzan says, though, that unimpeded UFO study will likely lead to tremendous breakthroughs, is legitimately intriguing. "These breakthroughs involve the fields of propulsion, energy, communication, biology and consciousness," he added.
The comment calls back to a prominent conspiracy theory around UFO enthusiasts that claims the crafts are powered by a no-cost, "free energy" system. Many believe that the government first learned of this system while excavating the now infamous Roswell crash in 1947, and that big money such as the fossil fuel industry has suppressed the technology to continue using its unclean, but profitable, power.
Though this remains unproven, scientists have indeed become aware some new, unlikely energy sources in space. Black holes do a better job at converting mass to energy than anything here on Earth, while Saturn's moon, Titan, also contains more potential fuel than our own planet in the form of crude oil.