College students at nearby Oregon State University have tuned into a college network site that features a top professor who’s “advocating the study of unidentified flying objects.”
“Raymond Duvall wants to make it absolutely clear: He doesn’t know whether aliens exist. It’s a common misconception. Just because Duvall, chairman of University of Minnesota’s political science department, has written professional literature advocating the study of unidentified flying objects doesn’t mean he believes in little green men from outer space,” reports the popular college network site Uwire.com. At the same time, Duvall’s work has been featured in the recently released British government top secret UFO files that features more than 8,500 documents; including Duvall’s view “that more than 100,000 UFO sightings have been reported worldwide since 1947,” and, that’s enough evidence to show UFO sighting skeptics that “something real is out there.”
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Moreover, ufology experts worldwide now state there’s real science and evidence that alien life exists outside Earth,” explained Oregon State University student Hansen who’s joined Oregon UFO “watchers” here at Bray’s Point for a recent evening “UFO sighting sessions.”
For instance, many UFO watchers look to the recent announcement that astronomers discovered Gliese 581g, the first “habitable” planet in another solar system as the dawn of a new acceptance to the search for extraterrestrial life.
Discoveries like the new planet give hope to UFO enthusiasts, including researchers who’ve struggled for funding and credibility for decades. “It really is a scientific scandal,” said David Jacobs, who teaches a history course on UFOs at Temple University. “It’s kind of horrifying that this has been going on for so long,” added the Uwire.com report.