Space entrepreneur Elan Musk has taken to Twitter to say that he believes that UFOs are real.
The SpaceX CEO recently wrote on social media that he believed that life on other planets exists. He tweeted: “I’m not saying there are UFOs … but there are UFOs.”
Musk’s bombshell admission sparked a Twitter frenzy, with many of Mr. Musk’s followers commenting in confusion.
Hayata on Twitter wrote: “With all SpaceX flights you did…
“I’m pretty sure you have tons of Monitors into a Dark Room where you keep watching the classified images your cameras get.
Life is too short… “
“Aliens exist, they are hidden in plain sight. Don’t take this lightly, humans,” Optimus commented on Musk’s Tweet.
Musk has said in a previous interview that “Aliens exist in physics and philosophy. Aliens can already be among us. Some people believe I might be an alien….”
Musk’s exact tweet said, “I’m not saying there are UFOs..but there are UFOs.”
This is following the bombshell report from the Pentagon three months ago, which didn’t rule out alien existence.
On June 25 this year, the Pentagon published the anticipated report on UFOs to the US Congress.
The report could not explain the Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP), which it said: “appeared to remain stationary in winds aloft, move against the wind, maneuver abruptly, or move at considerable speed, without discernible means of propulsion.”
For believers, the report on UFOs was disappointingly inconclusive, but it said UAP were probably physical objects as they were detected through “radar, infrared, electro-optical, weapon seekers, and visual observation.”
The report said the objects also displayed unusual flight patterns, and UAP “clearly pose” a risk to flight safety. The report added the US administration needs to collect more information and analyze more data.
From Aliens to Androids
On a somewhat related note, from Aliens to Androids, Musk says that he is soon going to introduce a humanoid robot in the market after venturing into Space and the automobile industry. Musk revealed during a special event that the company is now working on a humanoid robot. The prototype of the robot will be built sometime next year. The robot, which is called Tesla Bot, will use most of the tools that are used in Tesla vehicles, such as sensors, cameras, and various other tools to navigate the outside world.
Musk, during Tesla’s first AI day, said that building a robot is a logical next step for Tesla as it is already the world’s biggest robotics company. “We’re making the pieces that would be useful for a humanoid robot, so we should probably make it. If we don’t, someone else will — and we want to make sure it’s safe,” he added.