Bill Nelson, a NASA Administrator, former astronaut, and U.S. Senator, has taken the stage with statements that he does not think we “are alone.”
Nelson stated that he had read a newly released report from the intelligence community on a series of unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP), an unclassified version of which was released this past Friday. The newly released report goes on to say that there have been well over 140 UAP sightings.
“Yes, I’ve seen the classified report. It says basically what we thought. We don’t know the answer to what those Navy pilots saw, they know that they saw something, they tracked it, they locked their radar onto it, they followed it, it would suddenly move quickly from one location to another,” Nelson stated in an interview on CNN this past Monday.
“And what the report does tell us that is public, is that there have been over 140 of these sightings. So naturally, what I ask our scientists to do is to see if there’s any kind of explanation, from a scientific point of view, and I’m awaiting their report,” he continued, adding that he had taken the time to speak with navy pilots in the wake of a briefing on the subject while he had still been serving in the upper chambers of Congress.
“… I talked to the Navy pilots when we were briefed in the Senate Armed Services Committee, and my feeling is that there is clearly something there. It may not necessarily be an extraterrestrial, but if it is a technology that some of our adversaries have, then we better be concerned.”
“Are we alone? Personally, I don’t think we are,” Nelson stated matter-of-factly on CNN.
Nelson stated “we don’t think” the UAPs are from foreign enemies.
“But when it comes to the universe, remember the universe is so large, we have a program in NASA called the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence. But thus far, we don’t have any receipt communication from something that’s intelligent,” he added.
“People are hungry to know. And of course, ever since ‘Star Trek,’ you know people are yearning to find out what’s out there in the cosmos. Are we alone? Personally, I don’t think we are. The universe is so big, it’s 13 and a half billion years ago is when the universe started. That’s pretty big. But people are hungry for this kind of information and we’re going to keep searching.”