Aliens are Possibility Living Among Humans
- Dok. Istimewa
Speaking at a conference in Manhattan, United States last week, Garry Nolan an immunologist and Nobel laureate who claims to have worked for the CIA in the past said that humans may have seen aliens before but didn't notice anything different about them.
The aliens may be similar to how South American tribes saw Spanish ships for the first time.
"I think it's an advanced form of intelligence that is using some kind of intermediary. It's not like they walk among us wearing leather suits," Nolan said.
However, he does not believe in alien life that is intended to harm humans.
"I'm not worried about them coming and raiding us or taking our women and children. That's not my concern," he said, adding that what he is interested in is how humanity can benefit from alien technology found on Earth.
The researcher claims to have previously been commissioned by the CIA to use his immunology expertise to help understand the medical hazards afflicting some individuals, linked to alleged interactions with unnatural craft.
Nolan stated that the symptoms exhibited by the patients he examined were essentially identical to what is now called 'Havana syndrome', referring to a mysterious illness that was first reported in Cuba in 2016 and has afflicted a number of US officials and military personnel working overseas.
He also claims to have been involved in a CIA research program analyzing material allegedly found at UFO flyover sites and says he is in contact with several people who have worked or are working on secret UFO 'reverse engineering' programs.
Last year, the President of United States Joe Biden passed a law requiring the Pentagon to provide confidential reports to high-ranking senators on any previously classified programs related to UFOs.
The US Congress also passed a law creating whistleblower protections for anyone who has worked in such programs.
However, the head of the Pentagon's All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO), Sean Kirkpatrick, testified in a Senate hearing last month that there is still no definitive evidence of life beyond Earth.