Scientists Think Hostile Aliens Are Living In Our Galaxy

By James Brizuela | 2 hours ago

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Now that the Pentagon has officially released videos with confirmed UAPs (unidentified aerial phenomenon) aka UFOs, it seems the world is cluing into the idea that we may not be alone in the universe. Aliens might be real. Even Congress had a meeting about the UAP videos and determined if there was any sort of threat to Earth, which hopefully means we haven’t destroyed any of them. A new scientist has thrown his findings into the mix, which paints a bleak look at these supposed extra-terrestrials. A doctoral student by the name of Alberto Cabellero used mathematics to prove that there could be upwards of four hostile alien civilizations within the Milky Way galaxy.

According to Cabellero, “This paper attempts to provide an estimation of the prevalence of hostile extraterrestrial civilizations through an extrapolation of the probability that we, as the human civilization, would attack or invade an inhabited exoplanet.” This excerpt was pulled from a study from a pre-print database called arXiv. This database is essentially home to papers that have yet to be peer-reviewed. Caballero has admitted that most of the study was done with assumptions and based on aggregate data taken when analyzing country-to-country invasions that have happened on Earth. We are no scientists, but it sounds as if Caballero is saying that if we attacked aliens on their home planet, they would attack back. That sounds accurate.

Caballero spoke to Vice in response to his study. He added, “I did the paper based only on life as we know it. We don’t know the mind of extraterrestrials. An extraterrestrial civilization may have a brain with a different chemical composition and they might not have our empathy or they might have more psychopathological behaviors.” That is certainly true, considering no one has met any other alien civilization. Well, apart from the people that have stated they were abducted by aliens at some point in their lives. Any sort of other tribe or civilization that is being “threatened” would attempt to defend itself. That would certainly be the case for the world, should an alien civilization come down to Earth to make contact. Everyone would be ready to answer any threat that an alien race would pose.

It has long been discussed that there could be other life among the stars, as the universe is ever-expanding. Our own galaxy is massive in nature and that would indicate that there could even be other life in our own backyard. Well, lightyears away that is. There are said to be millions of planets within our own galaxy that can sustain life, at least according to Caballero. If that is true, then it wouldn’t be out of the realm of possibility that there is intelligent life somewhere in the cosmos. It just appears that not all these aliens would be welcoming to some foreign planet touching down on their home world. The same can be said for the human species.

Aliens are likely out there, at least that is what most of the evidence in recent years has pointed to. Maybe if humans can finally traverse the stars in the future, we won’t go catapulting into one of these more hostile planets. Also, should Congress and the Pentagon reveal more about UAPs, hopefully, we haven’t shot one down, resulting in more hostility from wherever that aircraft was from. Either way, the truth is out there.