Elon Musk’s tweets about the existence of aliens between their denial and assumption of their existence

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Elon Musk, CEO of SpaceX and Tesla, said on Twitter previously that it is an alien object, but it seems that the billionaire has changed his mind with a recent post questioning the existence of aliens in the first place, and Musk wrote on Twitter “the strongest argument against the existence of aliens,” along with Two graphs showing the cameras resolution, but the UFO images remained the same.

According to the British newspaper “Daily Mail”, the publication refers to the absence of aliens, since most of the images show floating points, but many comments argue otherwise.

“This is exactly what an alien is tweeting,” one user replied, while another explained that most cameras “only capture 400-700 nm” and are not able to capture “real reality”.

In thousands of comments, businessman Amit Parangabe added the fact that since the birth of smartphones, UFO sightings have randomly decreased.

Musk showed a fluctuating opinion when it comes to life outside our world. Not only did he tweet “I am an alien,” but he also claimed in 2020 that the Egyptian pyramids were made by aliens, and the tweet credited aliens with building the pyramids in Giza near Cairo in July. 2020.

While Musk’s current opinion of the absence of aliens came just two days after the US government announced that it had evidence that space objects were breaking the sound barrier without sound, and making maneuvers impossible using known technology, the former director of National Intelligence revealed.

John Ratcliffe, who served as Donald Trump’s Director of National Intelligence, also said that many incidents still have no easy explanation, telling Ratcliffe that “unidentified weather phenomena” have been detected around the world.



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