On Tuesday, the SpaceX CEO wrote on social media he believed that life on other planets exists. He tweeted: “I’m not saying there are UFOs … but there are UFOs.”
This sparked a Twitter frenzy, with many of Mr Musk’s followers commenting in confusion.
Hayata on Twitter wrote: “With all SpaceX flights you did…
“Im pretty sure you have tons of Monitors into a Dark Room where you keep watching the classified images your cameras get.
“But the question is: Does NASA monitor it as well? Release the secrets Elon.
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“Life is too short… “
“Aliens exist, they are hidden in plain sight. Don’t take this lightly, humans,” Optimus commented on Mr Musk’s Tweet.
This is following the bombshell report from the Pentagon three months ago which didn’t rule out alien existence.
On June 25 this year, the Pentagon published the anticipated report on UFOs to the US Congress.
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Since, the military rebranded UFOs to UAPs – unidentified area phenomena.
This is to avoid any stigma attached to the flying objects since the Roswell incident in 1947.
The report focussed on UAP sightings from 2004 to 2021.
While the report avoided denying aliens exist, it has said some observations “could be the result of sensor errors, spoofing, or observer misperception.
“Some UAP many be technologies deployed by China, Russia, another nation, or non-governmental entity.”
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