Harvard Scientist Claim That ‘Oumuamua Was Actually A Highly-Advanced Alien Reconnaissance Mission’

In the scientific world, the strange interstellar object known as Oumuamua is shrouded in mystery. A fresh theory has been proposed as a probable genesis. Oumuamua was part of a reconnaissance mission sent by an extraterrestrial culture interested in exploring other galaxies, according to this theory.

This current notion is based on a research just released by a handful of Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics scientists.

Oumuamua gained speed, according to data from the Pan-STARRS-1 survey conducted in September 2017. Scientists had assumed that the strange rock would slow down, thus this was unexpected. Outgassing, or the discharge of trapped or frozen gas in the inside of the rock, was stated by researchers at the time to be the cause of the increased speed.

According to astronomers Shmuel Bialy and Abraham Loeb, this explanation was incorrect. Outgassing could not be right, according to Bialy and Loeb, since Oumuamua would have spun if that were the case. Due to the lack of spin, Bialy and Loeb interpret Oumuamua’s increasing speed away from the sun as a function of the force the sun exerts on its surface. According to Loeb, this will make the thing less in weight for its surface area, allowing it to function as a light sail.

The genesis, according to Loeb and Bialy, might be natural or artificial. In the interstellar medium or protoplanetary disks, it would be normal. If it were to be used as a probe on a reconnaissance expedition into the solar system’s inner reaches, it would be artificial.

As a result, it’s plausible that Oumuamua is a member of an extraterrestrial civilisation. The reason for proposing a reconnaissance expedition, according to Bialy and Loeb, is that Oumuamua’s random orbit necessitates the generation of a specific number of objects per star in our galaxy. Unless Oumuamua is a targeted probe and not part of a random population of objects, this figure suggests a higher abundance than predicted, according to Loeb.

This new notion will require a lot more research, which will be tough because Oumuamua is no longer in our solar system and is now too far away to see.

Oumuamua, in our perspective, is a member of our own Galaxy.

This is why:

If it had come from another galaxy, it would not have survived the lengthy voyage, especially because its shape is so strangely elongated, making it more brittle and vulnerable to gravitational forces than, for instance, a more spherical shape.

It’s incredible that it made it through our own Galaxy unscathed…which, in my opinion, makes this latest notion (which was proposed by one of our own members here as a possibility) all the more likely to be right.

A plain asteroid of that length and form traveling through interstellar space for millions of years would have been pulverized and would not have retained its shape for very long, indicating that it is unlikely to be a plain asteroid.

Prof. Hawking has previously stated that he believed it had a strong probability of becoming part of man-made technology.

The item, in my opinion, looks a lot like the so-called Apollo 20 mission (that never happened) that allegedly captured a similar-looking shaped object lying half in and half out of a Lunar crater, however, the true image was obtained by Apollo 15, not 20.

It’s also the same form as two other mysteries: the alleged ‘Ringmaker’ cigar-shaped, miles-long cylindrical spacecraft hidden amid Saturn’s rings, and a photograph acquired by the ‘New Horizon’ Pluto mission, which appears to reveal three long, cylindrical objects in Pluto’s orbit.

The item in issue is in the middle of the photograph, and it is from the Apollo 15 mission:

And here’s a rendering of the weird, elongated cylindrical object from Interstellar space by an artist:

Here’s one of Saturn’s ‘Ringmakers,’ massive, multi-mile-long cylindrical vehicles that are assumed to be artificial and either constructing or mining the rings for H2O.

Incidentally, the long, elongated cylinder form, is regarded by NASA and independent experts, including Prof. Hawking, to be the ideal shape to create for reducing damage from interstellar dust, gas and debris impacting it.

Which might, just possibly, be shared viewpoints with other species who may be sending spacecraft and probes to our portion of the galaxy.

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