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We Should be Looking for UFOs Underwater, According to Scientists

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For years, people have claimed to see flying objects self-identified as UFOs across Earth’s skies, but until recently, the reality of these aircraft has been widely disbelieved. That is until the Pentagon and NASA finally admitted this year that they too have seen and are studying what they call Unidentified Aerial Phenomena or UAPs.

While they have not yet admitted that these UAPs in question are alien crafts from another planet or universe, the fact that they confessed there have been flying objects on Earth that they don’t fully understand has unleashed an incredible conversation about UFOs and the possibility of real aliens coming to Earth.

However, so far, the Pentagon and NASA have only been speaking to UFOs that they saw or found above or on the Earth’s surface, and it seems they’ve forgotten to search for a fantastic hiding spot: the ocean.

Professor of marine and environmental science Brian Helmuth of Northeastern University explained, “If I were investigating an alien planet like Earth, the ocean would definitely be the place to start. Not only does it comprise the vast majority of living space and living organisms on Earth, but it also is comparatively unpopulated by the one species, humans, that seems intent on destroying the planet.”

UFO experts have always assumed that aliens could and do use the world’s vast oceans to hide after being spotted or to avoid being seen at all. Humans have only recently developed the technology to begin diving deeper into the oceans and finding out just what is down there, but even with this capability, the oceans are so vast it would take lifetimes to explore it all.

As well as the fact that the oceans are the perfect hiding spot, it’s also important to note that most UFO researchers agree that these vessels can easily move from air to water. Documentary filmmaker Jeremy Corbell explained to the press, “It was understood that they disappeared into the water, leading to the hypothesis that these objects are transmedium. Transmedium is the ability to traverse space, air or sea without destruction, seemingly defying the known laws of inertia.”


And Corbell has evidence as to why he and others believe UAPs or UFOs can move directly into the water. In 2021, he reported that at least 100 UFOs surrounded a fleet of Navy warships in 2019 before moving into the sea below. The Pentagon has even verified Corbell’s video of the event.

UFO specialists and researchers hope that now that the Pentagon and NASA have disclosed the reality of these crafts to the public, they will continue their studies while looking for further evidence in the ocean.

And it appears that they may be doing exactly that, as one of NASA’s panel of experts on the team is none other than veteran oceanographer Paula Bontempi. Corbell explained, “She is highly respected in our field and in many ways, the ideal person for this committee.”

Though the announcement was certainly one of the most exciting ever made for UFO researchers and aficionados, the world will still have to wait to see what they have found and will find next. And if they find anything under the sea.


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