Aliens are observing a US Air Force base after seeing a peculiar film, according to a bizarre claim.
According to conspiracy theorists who believe aliens are looking for new military technologies, a UFO was allegedly observed near a prominent military Air Force base in Nevada, USA.
Scientists have long ruled out the possibility that aliens have arrived on Earth. Experts have detected no evidence of extraterrestrial life anywhere in the Universe thus far. Conspiracy theorists, on the other hand, are undeterred by scientific results and continue to claim UFO sightings and ET activities on our planet.
Two black objects were observed hovering above Las Vegas, according to the latest account.
The weird objects appear to be almost perfectly stationary in the sky in a video.
“Two objects were spotted and seemed to be over the Las Vegas airport (may have been further), two independent objects slowly changing shapes and lighting up in daylight with no cloud cover,” according to an eyewitness testimony submitted to UFO investigation site MUFON.
“One began far higher and to the west, and then vanished.”
UFO hunters, on the other hand, have weighed in on the sighting, with noted conspiracy theorist Scott C Waring claiming that the objects are in fact near the Nellis Air Force Base.
“In this video, we get to observe two unidentified flying objects over Las Vegas, Nevada,” Mr Waring wrote on his site UFO Sightings Daily.
“The Nellis Air Force Base is extremely near to this location. These UFOs could be new military technology being researched at the military base to keep up with China’s aggressive movements towards its neighbors.
“They might possibly be alien ships examining the newest human technology to determine where America stands in the grand scheme of things in case the US and China had to fight one other.”
The things in the film, on the other hand, could have more rational interpretations.
The lights could be helicopters or planes because they were seen near a military base.
While there is no proof that UFOs exist, sightings and allegations made by conspiracy theorists can raise more serious concerns.
“While UFOs continue to circulate in popular culture, scientists are seeking to address the big issue that UFOs raise: Are we alone,” Chris Impey, university distinguished professor of astronomy at the University of Arizona, said in The Conversation.
“Over 4,000 exoplanets have been identified by astronomers,” according to Brinkwire Summary News.