Scientist Believes Alien Tech Is Hiding in Pacific Ocean

Scientist Believes Alien Tech Is Hiding in Pacific Ocean

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My name is Kayleigh Cecil and I am a recent graduate of Stevenson University. I majored in Medical Laboratory Science but would like to move into the science writing industry. I have always had a passion for science and would like to share my knowledge with others online. My main interests are biology, astronomy, and physics.

There have been many theories about strange objects that connect them to aliens. When people see or hear about an unusual object, especially a UFO, they think it’s aliens. Usually, these people are conspiracy theorists, ufologists, or other people who study pseudoscience (“science” that isn’t really science). But what happens when a scientist says that these strange objects are alien technologies? Does everyone believe them then? Abraham “Avi” Loeb, an astrophysicist at Harvard University, believes that there is alien tech in the Pacific Ocean. He says that an object that landed in the Pacific on January 8, 2014, is really an alien spacecraft.

Alien Tech in Pacific Ocean

The object, known as CNEOS 2014-01-08 (short for Center for Near-Earth Object Studies), was from outside our Solar System. It landed off the coast of Manus Island, Papua New Guinea. Harvard astrophysicists Avi Loeb and Amir Siraj reported the discovery of the object in a non-peer-reviewed paper. The U.S. Space Command (USSC) confirmed that the object was a meteor in April 2022. In fact, this object is the first confirmed interstellar meteor that has landed on Earth. However, this didn’t stop Loeb from believing that the object was alien technology.

Loeb stated that because no one ever sampled material from the object, no one knows if it’s made of artificial materials or not. However, Loeb has been criticized in the past for his outlandish theories about aliens. He’s also done controversial research on black holes, the early universe, cosmic radiation, and other topics in astrophysics. More recently, he’s been studying the possibility that aliens visited Earth in the past. 

A Mission to Find Alien Tech in Pacific Ocean

Despite the criticism he’s faced, Loeb still wants to send an expedition to the Pacific to find the mysterious object. He believes that people could retrieve the object from the ocean floor by using “scooping” magnets. If the object is artificial, it’s probably made of metal and will be picked up by magnets. 

Loeb believes that we shouldn’t automatically assume every object from space is of natural origin. He compared us finding an alien spacecraft to a caveman finding a cellphone. If a caveman saw a cellphone, he’d think it’s just a shiny rock. Similarly, he argues, if we found an alien spaceship, we’d think it’s just a shiny meteor because it could be so different from anything we’ve ever built. 

New Information on Planet Nine?

In May 2022, astronomers suggested that the object could have entered our Solar System by swinging past the orbit of Planet Nine, a hypothetical planet in the outer Solar System. If this is true, then Planet Nine likely lies in the Aries constellation, based on calculations. 

Other Space Objects Called “Alien Tech”

There are other objects from space that people have labeled as “alien tech.” Perhaps the most famous of these is the interstellar object ‘Oumuamua, which scientists discovered on October 19, 2017. Loeb believes that ‘Oumuamua is also an alien spaceship. 

Some conspiracy theorists believe that a 1998 NASA photo of space debris is really a photo of an alien satellite. They call this object the Black Knight satellite and believe that it has orbited Earth for 13,000 years. They think the satellite comes from a planet in the Epsilon Boötis solar system, which is roughly 236 light years from Earth.

Some people also think that Arawn, an object orbiting in the Kuiper belt of the Solar System, is an alien spaceship. If it’s really an alien spacecraft, then it’s a huge one because it’s about the same size as the state of Delaware. 

Although we shouldn’t assume that every space object we discover is of natural origin, we also shouldn’t assume that they’re of artificial origin either. Instead, scientists should wait to better observe the objects and decide if they’re of natural or artificial origin. If an object is of artificial origin, scientists should study it more closely to decide if it’s of human or alien origin. Maybe one day, scientists will finally find an artificial, non-human object from space, and then, we’ll know that alien civilizations are definitely real. 

My name is Kayleigh Cecil and I am a recent graduate of Stevenson University. I majored in Medical Laboratory Science but would like to move into the science writing industry. I have always had a passion for science and would like to share my knowledge with others online. My main interests are biology, astronomy, and physics.