There are many people who claim the title of ‘expert’. There are even more who are given the description to justify others quoting them. There are a few people who rightly earn the name. One is Colonel Tim Peake, the first British ESA astronaut and a longtime crew member on the International Space Station. Another is Dr. Michio Kaku, an American theoretical physicist, author, professor, futurist, and science communicator. Each of them displayed their expert credentials recently in separate discussions on the same subjects: UFOs, extraterrestrial life and time travel. If you’re going to follow the recommendations of someone on those subjects, you can’t go wrong with either of these two. Let’s start with Tim Peake, who was a guest on Good Morning Britain and went into depth on topics not normally discussed on morning talk shows.
““I think it’s interesting that the US Government has made this public, the report is out that there have been over 100 incidents calling them ‘Unexplained Aerial Phenomena’ or UAP,” he said. “There’s been a hearing in Congress - of course there weren’t many answers to the questions because that’s the whole point of the phenomena - it’s still very much unexplained.”
Tim Peake trained on sophisticated military helicopters before spending time on the most advanced spaceship ever built by humans, so he knows what he’s talking about when he starts off with the surprising statement that he believes the performance of the UAPs like those seen by USS Nimitz pilots and other military personnel showed capabilities unexplainable by current or even classified technology. And he believes we may have only seen the tip of the performance iceberg, saying, “It does seem extraordinary as to what these machines are capable of.”
“Extraordinary” can still apply to flying machines made by humans, but Col. Peake looks back on his own experiences and concludes that no human he knows is capable of building aerial phenomena with the speed, maneuverability and evasiveness of the infamous Tic Tac UAPs
“I don’t think it’s a development of any state nation, or non-state organization at all. I think when you see the video footage, it’s quite remarkable.”
OK, “remarkable” could apply to top secret test aircraft, couldn’t it, Col. Peake?
“There is no explanation for it, there are several theories about could it be something that has been developed in a classified program, but then why would this information be being made public, if that were the case.”
Well, the initial videos of the Tic Tac UAPs were leaked, but he’s right that subsequent films, documents and testimonies, including those made public at the recent Pentagon congressional hearing on UAPs, are no longer classified. It’s also true that no revelations of the UAPs being advanced military aircraft have been made. If they’re not human-made, who built them, Col Peake?
“Is it some sort of uncrewed robotic type object from another civilization?”
“Unscrewed robotic type” – spoken like a true ‘Right Stuff’ kind of astronaut. That’s a telling comment, though – “robotic type” indicates that Peake doesn’t think the UAPs are piloted by onboard extraterrestrials. If these “unscrewed robotic types” aren’t from another solar system or galaxy, where ARE they from? Peake has a surprising theory for an astronaut:
“I heard one theory where a pilot was talking about that potentially in the future they’ve developed time travel - is it something that’s come back from the future?”
Peake proposes that the Tic Tac UAPs and possibly many of the over 100 unexplained UAP incidents revealed in the Pentagon hearing are our descendants coming back for a visit. While he has no proof, he has no way to disprove it either, saying “So there are all these theories going around about what they could be, but ultimately we do not know.”
Let’s check with another expert who may know what Tim Peake doesn’t … at least not yet. Dr. Michio Kaku was a guest recently on what time travelers from the future might regard as the furthest thing from a scientific show: “The Joe Rogan Experience.” Professor Kaku is a futurist himself, with books like 'Physics of Future' and 'Future of the Mind'. However, it’s as a physicist that he answers Joe Rogan’s questions about the Tic Tac UAPs and it sounds like he agrees with astronaut Tim Peake.
“The theoretical physicist said that when he talked with colleagues on this topic, they referred to something obvious. This is that a rocket using conventional means traveling at 25,000 miles per hour would take 70,000 years to travel from the nearest star. Therefore, such objects cannot exist.”
The Anomalien reviewed Kaku’s appearance on the Rogan podcast where he points out that the Tic Tacs defy many laws of physics – for instance, they travel faster than the speed of sound yet create no sonic booms. They were tracked for long periods of time flying at high speeds, sometimes been dipping into the water where the resistance is much stronger than in the air, yet they emit no evidence of propulsion. Rogan calls it “stupid” to think that just because we can’t explain something with current wisdom, it doesn’t mean it can’t exist with technology we haven’t discovered yet. Kaku agrees with Rogan (shock #1) and reveals what he thinks is behind the Tic Tac UAPs (shock #2):
“That’s right. That’s why I say that, to summarize, that they are aliens – or whatever they are – they may be only a hundred years ahead of us, but you have to open your mind to the possibility that they are thousands of years more advanced than we are, and a thousand years is nothing compared to the age of the universe (+13.7 billion years).”
So, Michio Kaku believes the UAPs bugging US military pilots and ships are controlled by aliens. To counter the arguments and denials of his colleagues, he introduces “Planck energy,” which exists in the realm of string theory and is a thousand trillion times more powerful than the energy of the Large Hadron Collider. Kaku says that any civilization – alien or future humans – which can harness Planck energy can conquer space and time by creating wormholes and portals in space to achieve galactic travel on the level of type 3 on the Kardashev scale, as well as impress puny modern humans with their ‘turn on a dime at Mach 20’ tiny Tic Tac ships. In other words, Planck energy could allow future humans – or maybe future robots -- to be the pilots of the Tic Tac UAPs.
Thus, it seems experts Tim Peake and Michio Kaku agree that the unexplained aerial phenomena being encountered by military pilots and ships are from an advanced civilization that could be alien or could be time traveling humans. Who are you going to believe … these experts or some wanna-be self-titled ones?
I’m no expert, but Unscrewed Robotic Types would make a great name for a band.