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The White House denies contact with aliens

UFO arrives in the United States? Aliens contact the US government? Aliens teach earthling technology?

The White House denied that it had contacted aliens. The American public believed that the government was trying to conceal the fact that it had contacted aliens. They signed a petition asking the government to give an explanation. Phil Larson of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy denied that the government had ever contacted aliens. Contact with aliens did not hide the truth from the public. He promised that scientists will continue to search for alien creatures

Larson said in a blog titled Searching for aliens, but no evidence has been found: The US government has not found any evidence to prove the existence of life on other planets other than the Earth, and that extraterrestrial life has not contacted any people on Earth or contact. There is no convincing evidence that the government is hiding the truth from the public.

But this does not mean that there is no discussion and search for extraterrestrial life. In fact, many research projects aim to determine whether there is life on planets other than Earth.

These research projects include SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Civilizations), which use ground-based telescopes to conduct observations to find signs of the existence of extraterrestrial organisms. Currently, NASA’s Kepler spacecraft is flying around the earth, searching for terrestrial planets. After ufo (unidentified flying object) addicts signed two petitions, Larson responded by publishing this blog.

The first petition was signed by 5287 people, asking the government to announce the truth about the contact with aliens

The second petition was signed by 12,000 people, asking the White House to recognize that aliens had contact with humans.

The petition said: Testimonies from hundreds of military and government departments have confirmed the existence of extraterrestrial organisms. Opinion poll results show that more than 50% of Americans believe that extraterrestrial organisms exist, and more than 80% believe that the government is not telling the truth about this matter.

People have the right to know the truth.

In response, Larson pointed out that many scientists also believe that life may exist in other parts of the universe, but considering the distance from the earth, the possibility of aliens establishing contact with humans is extremely low. All evidence about aliens is only speculation and statistically significant. He said: The fact is that we have not found any credible evidence of the existence of extraterrestrial life

Paradigm Research Group is one of the organizations that initiated the petition. They stated that the government’s choice of a lower-ranking official to respond to the petition is unacceptable and they will organize a new round of petition. The Obama administration’s "We the People" initiative made petitions possible, which invites the public to raise all kinds of issues they want the government to discuss. The White House denies contact with aliens

The White House initially stated that petitioners must collect at least 5,000 signatures within 30 days before the government will respond to their questions and consider taking action. Now, the requirement for the number of signatures has increased to 25,000.