Many people believe that the aliens (and therefore UFOs) that visit our planet, would come from very distant galaxies. However, a professor from Montana Tech believes that these same aliens would not live so far away.
“The phenomenon can be, is, that our own distant descendants return through time to study us in their own evolutionary past,” says Michael P. Masters.Professor Masters talks about this interesting theory in one of the books he wrote: “Identified Flying Objects“. D. in Anthropology from Ohio State University, Masters uses science to explain why people who report close encounters with aliens always describe them in the same way.
“Aliens are ubiquitously reported as bipeds, having five fingers on each hand and foot, having bilateral symmetry: have two eyes, one mouth, one nose and can communicate with us in our own languages” says Masters.The professor explains that this study can be considered as a somewhat offbeat science, but he knows how to defend his research in his book.
“I am happy to talk about it with anyone. It’s written for my academic peers as well as for anyone in the UFO community,” he says.The little journalist who makes a casual comment about little green men to encourage readers not to take anything seriously, Professor Michael P. Masters is not afraid of it. It should also be recalled that in the United States, the Department of Defense spent $22 million to investigate the UFO phenomenon. That’s why Professor Masters believes it’s time for scientists to take a more serious approach to studying this phenomenon.
“The hope is, that we can start a new dialogue, overcome some of the stigma and not have to defend it as a science because it is also very scientific”, said Masters.Credit-Image on the front page: KELLEPICS