A military whistleblower’s account of otherworldly craft being studied by the U.S. government in secret sparked a renewed interest in extraterrestrial life, leaving some set to determine which state would fare the best if aliens attacked.
Skeptics and believers were left debating the veracity of claims recently made by U.S. Air Force veteran David Charles Grusch whose responsibilities included acting as a representative to Congress’ Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force from 2019 to 2021. While those arguments played out online, njcasino.com conducted its own research to determine which state had the best odds if an invasion ever did take place.
“In the event of an alien invasion,” the site contended, “disruptions to transportation and logistics networks could make it challenging to import food from other regions our countries. States with a higher number of food and beverage companies would have a greater capacity to produce and distribute food locally, ensuring a more reliable food supply for their population.”
Based on those notions and factors that included population density, military and law enforcement presence, as well as landscape, Virginia came in at number one, providing an 80.4 percent survivability rating followed by Georgia, Massachusetts, New York and Louisiana in the top five.
“The presence of a larger military force per capita means that Virginia is well-equipped to defend and protect its territory against extraterrestrial threats and enables a faster response time to an alien invasion, meaning the state can mobilize and deploy troops more quickly,” the site added.
On the bottom of the pile was Nevada at 45.3 percent where, as it happened, a recent viral video had surfaced that purported to show bodycam footage from a law enforcement officer capturing a UFO crashing before frightened Las Vegas residents reported having witnessed beings eight- to 10-feet tall standing beside it.
The New York Post spoke to Harvard physicist Avi Loeb about the findings who suggested a dangerous invasion was not a big concern. “They are much more advanced than us. They will not try to attack us. If we are visited it is probably mostly by technological equipment that has artificial intelligence, not necessarily biological creatures — and they have their own agenda. It has nothing to do with us.”
By his estimate, human civilization to technologically sophisticated aliens would be the equivalent of a “biker driving down the street and not worried about the ants that come from the cracks in the pavement.”
With plans to conduct research on a meteorite in Papua New Guinea that he believes could be the remains of an alien probe, Loeb added, “We keep thinking about ourselves as being at the center of attention, but that’s very narrow-minded.”
“It’s to our benefit to learn from them rather than be worried that they would attack us,” the physicist added.
Meanwhile, even with its high number of police officers, Manhattan armor salesman Brad Pedell told the Post, “I’m ready. Bring ’em on!”
“I have my helmet, shields, vests. I’m as protected as I can be!” he argued.
“Well, naturally, when you recover something that’s either landed or crashed. Sometimes. you encounter dead pilots and believe it or not, as fantastical as that sounds, it’s true,” Grusch claimed and, like the Las Vegas sighting, no images were provided to corroborate the story’s details.
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