- ‘I’m not saying there are UFOs … but there are UFOs’, the SpaceX CEO tweeted
- This comment came in a thread about the updated Tesla full self-driving system
- The software could even detect and avoid UFO debris, the entrepreneur said
- His comments led to assorted reactions, memes and stories of UFO encounters
- Early this year, US Congress published a report into UFO sightings since 2004
- Investigators were unable to either prove or rule out extraterrestrial origins
‘I’m not saying there are UFOs … but there are UFOs,’ the entrepreneur tweeted yesterday, provoking a frenzy of responses and memes from his followers.
‘Elon, phone home — Mars!’ one commenter wrote, while others welcomed Mr Musk to #ufotwitter and shared pictures of clouds with allegedly extraterrestrial origins.
Some social media users wanted to know if the SpaceX program had captured its own evidence of alien intelligences — and if they would release ‘the secrets’.
Mr Musk’s comments come in the wake of plans by the US Congress to establish a dedicated governmental office to investigate sightings of UFOs by the military.
Back in March this year, the Pentagon released a report investigating 144 sightings of ‘unidentified aerial phenomenon’ between 2004 and 2021.
While investigators said that they were convinced that the sightings were indeed of physical objects, they were unable to prove or rule out extraterrestrial origins.
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