“For the first time in recorded history, scientists have confirmed the existence of alien, interstellar material on earth.”
That’s according to MSN, which cited Harvard Professor Avi Loeb saying back in June that his researchers were probing fragments they found at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean. Fragments that they believed could have been the wreckage of a UFO crash.
Well, Loeb announced this week that the fragments they discovered did originate from outside our solar system.
“About 700 of the objects were found to contain alloys only found in interstellar space, and were formed 13.8 billion years ago during the Big Bang,” MSN reported. “The tiny pieces had came from an object less than a meter in size, which crashed off the coast of Papua New Guinea in 2014. Loeb claims this to be an alien craft.”
First ever #alien objects found on #Earth #Harvard #physicist Avi Loeb says hundreds of tiny fragments he found at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean ARE from outside our solar system
The fragments pulled from the ocean came outside our solar crashed into the Pacific Ocean in 2014 pic.twitter.com/odtBXGcsvZ
— Col.MC (@ColMCHOSIU) August 29, 2023
Skepticism abounded, if for no other reason than Loeb being educated at Harvard:
🗞 First ever ‘alien’ objects found on Earth? Harvard physicist Avi Loeb says hundreds of tiny fragments he found at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean ARE from outside our solar system 🗞@TheSimonEvans, @LewisSchaffer and @MrSteveNAllen react to a headline in the Daily Mail 🗞 pic.twitter.com/a7q9brvvnH
— GB News (@GBNEWS) August 29, 2023
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