Nuclear physicist set to prove aliens exist

By | March 25, 2006

Nuclear physicist set to prove aliens exist

A well-known nuclear physicist is trying to prove flying saucers exist. Stanton T. Friedman headed research in the Roswell, New Mexico alleged sighting and is now touring with a lecture series called “Flying Saucers are Real.” He claims the government has covered up alien encounters, abductions, and thousands of U.F.O. Sightings. He says he gets a lot of ridicule, but many believers as well. “That’s why most people don’t report their sightings. They’re afraid of ridicule, but in reality the world is interested. It’s ready,” says Freidman. He’ll present his lecture Thursday, March 23 at the Pikes Peak Community College Centennial Campus Theater. It starts at 7 p.m. and is free and open to the public.

Consider the possibility that aliens are not being covered up, rather that aliens *are* the cover up … for real secret human flying saucers, black triangle and diamond shaped craft, and so on. In that scenario, is Friedman part of the con, or is he himself mislead?

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