A report from what may not be the most reliable news agency Weekly World News may lead some to believe that three giant alien spaceships are heading for Earth. The report claims that scientists predict they will arrive in November of 2011.
UFO encounters continue to increase and today scientists at SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence), an independent non-commercial organization, made a major announcement:
“Three giant spaceships are heading toward Earth. The largest one of them is 200 miles wide. Two others are slightly smaller. At present, the objects are just moving past Jupiter. Judging by their speed, they should be on Earth by the fall of 2011,” said John Malley, the lead extraterrestrial expert at SETI.
SETI researchers have spent fifty years monitoring space. Dr. Malley said that they have conclusively proven that “we are just newcomers in this huge and unexplored world. Many believe that there are many other civilizations in space besides our own civilization.”
Wikileaks recently released many classified documents that prove that NASA and high-level U.S. official are aware of the three spaceships and are making plans to battle the spaceships. They have been concealing information from the U.S. public for decades. Wikileaks also confirms that the UFO sightings over the last three months prove that the alien invasions (long predicted by SETI) has begun. The three spaceships will mark the official beginning of the alien invasion.
However, the White House is denying any such claims.
"The U.S. government has no evidence that any life exists outside our planet, or that an extraterrestrial presence has contacted or engaged any member of the human race," space policy aide Phil Larson writes this week on the administration's We the People website.
"In addition," he says, "there is no credible information to suggest that any evidence is being hidden from the public's eye."
Perhaps the reason the White House thought this question needed to be answered is this:
As reported on Huff Post’s Weird News, We the People site offers folks a chance "to petition the Obama administration to take action on a range of important issues facing our country. If a petition gets enough support, White House staff will review it, ensure it's sent to the appropriate policy experts, and issue an official response."
The Associated Press says more than 5,000 virtually signed a petition asking that the government "acknowledge an extraterrestrial presence engaging the human race." So, Larson responded.
After initially saying it would respond to petitions with 5,000 or more online signatures, the White House has since raised the bar to 25,000.