Steven Spielberg shares startling UFO theory: ‘What if it’s us, 500,000 years in the future?’
After an uptick in UFO sightings, E.T. director Steven Spielberg has been left thinking one thing: we aren’t alone in the universe.
“I think what has been coming up recently is fascinating. And I think the secrecy that is shrouding all of these sightings and the lack of transparency until the Freedom of Information Act compels certain materials to be released publicly … I think there is something going on that just needs extraordinary due diligence,” he told Colbert.
Spielberg also said he was skeptical that we are the only planet capable of sustaining life.
“I don’t believe we’re alone in the universe. I think it’s mathematically impossible that we are the only intelligent species in the cosmos,” he maintained. “I think that’s totally impossible. At the same time, it also seems impossible that anybody would visit us from 400 million lightyears from here — except in the movies — unless it figures out some way of jumping the shark, so to speak, and getting here through wormholes.”
Last month, the Associated Press reported that the U.S. has now collected 510 reports of unidentified flying objects.
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