The UFO shoot-downs demonstrate that reporting the discovery of alien life may be the most difficult part. Here is one possible news release from NASA.

By Morgan McFall-Johnsen, edited by News Gate Team

A time-lapse of the Milky Way Galaxy as seen from the International Space Station. NASA/Kjell Lindgren

The existence of extraterrestrial life is not being declared by NASA. But if the past two weeks are any indication, the public could have difficulties understanding if the agency ever releases such news.

The “China spy balloon” floating across the Country was the catalyst for the most recent UFO craze. The Chinese government has maintained that it was only a weather balloon that got out of alignment. It was shot down by the US military off the coast of South Carolina, and it was later revealed that the balloon was a part of a global network used by Beijing to gather intelligence on other militaries.

The alleged Chinese spy balloon is shot down off the shore of Surfside Beach, South Carolina, and drifts to the ocean. Randall Hill/Reuters

The Department of Defense now refers to UFOs as “unidentified anomalous phenomena,” or UAPs, and all of a sudden it appeared like the US was seeing them everywhere.

US fighter jets shot down three additional enigmatic “objects” over Alaska, Canada, and Lake Huron by Sunday.

There is no proof that these UFOs, er, UAPs, are made of extraterrestrial technology. Even so, there are many theories.

Extraterrestrial life and “are aliens real” searches on Google increased. According to the Associated Press, after the initial balloon, the number of online posts alleging extraterrestrial life jumped by over 300%. Elon Musk contributed with an intergalactic joke.

A woman looks at a UFO display outside of the Little A’Le’Inn, in Rachel, Nevada. 
AP Photo/John Locher, File

Karine Jean-Pierre, the White House press secretary, said at a briefing on Monday: “I know there have been questions and concerns about this, but there is no — again, no — indication of aliens or extraterrestrial activity with these recent takedowns. It was important for us to say that from here because we’ve been hearing a lot about it.”

The sensational rumours are merely a preview of what Lori Glaze, who oversees NASA’s division of planetary science, would experience should researchers ever find verifiable evidence of life elsewhere in the universe.

By Morgan McFall-Johnsen, edited by News Gate Team

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