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Aliens are 100 % on Earth Claims Stanford University Professor

A Stanford professor claims that aliens have already visited Earth. Credit: MjolnirPants / Wikimedia Commons CC BY 4.0

A well-known Stanford University professor has claimed that aliens have probably had a presence on Earth for thousands of years.

Garry Nolan, Ph.D., a prominent professor in the Department of Pathology at Stanford University School of Medicine, made the comments at a global leadership and networking forum held in New York City.

Nolan’s claims caused a stir in part because he has provided consultancy work for the intelligence services and defense contractors. The Stanford professor explained his hypothesis that aliens are using artificial intelligence and drones to monitor life on Earth. He also said that the US government is now paying more attention to the possibilities of alien life.

Aliens are here, claims Stanford professor

Professor Garry Nolan was in attendance at the SALT iConnection forum when he discussed the possibilities of an extraterrestrial presence on Earth during a session titled “The Pentagon, Extraterrestrial Intelligence, and Crashed UFOs.”

The SALT iConnection event featured discussions with policymakers, investors, and entrepreneurs.

Nolan said that an alien landing had not only been made on Earth but that “you can go a step further, it hasn’t just visited, it’s been here a long time, and it’s still here.”

The WOW! signal and extraterrestrial visits to Earth

Nolan mentioned the “WOW!” signal detected by Ohio State University’s Big Ear radio telescope in 1977.

Lasting about a minute, it appeared to come from Sagittarius and was initially seen as evidence of extraterrestrial life. However, subsequent research by scientists has proposed alternative explanations.

According to Nolan, however, people continue to receive the WOW! signal in what he dubbed a form of extraterrestrial communication. When pressed on whether he believed aliens had already visited the planet, the Stanford professor replied, “100 percent”.

The Stanford professor also explained that he believed aliens were using drones and AI to monitor Earth and examine humanity. He further elaborated that possible examples of alien technology had been detected by various sensors like infrared cameras and radar.

Garry Nolan’s work on UFOs/UAPs

Nolan is a respected professor at Stanford which is why his claims about aliens are causing quite a stir online.

Nolan, with a Ph.D. in genetics, has authored 300+ research articles, holds 40 patents, and founded eight biotech firms. Recognized as a leading inventor at Stanford, his expertise lies in studying immune function, trauma, infections, inflammations, leukemias, solid cancers, and their immune interactions.

His connection with the study of extraterrestrials is that he has allegedly worked with senior personnel in defense and intelligence with an interest in UFOs.

In 2021, Nolan claimed that he worked with “people associated with the CIA and some aeronautics corporations,” and was tasked with examining the MRIs of “pilots who’d gotten close to supposed UAPs (unidentified anomalous phenomena) and the fields generated by them.”

According to Nolan, the brains of some of the pilots who had been within close proximity to the UAPs were “horribly, horribly damaged,” not dissimilar to individuals suffering from neurodegenerative diseases.

He also characterized UAP witnesses as displaying a wide range of symptoms and mentioned an individual who experienced harm at Skinwalker Ranch, a privately-owned property in Utah known for its paranormal occurrences and UAP sightings.

The Stanford professor additionally shared his analysis of purported UAP fragments, revealing abnormal radioactive isotope ratios in a magnesium sample from a reported UFO explosion in Brazil. Lastly, he asserted knowledge of individuals attempting to reverse-engineer UAP technology.

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