Remember the meteor that struck Chelyabinsk back in 2013? Apparently, that close call was not just an instance of intergalactic luck, but proof that we have some alien friends. Online UFO hunters have made an interesting claim regarding the incident. According to them, aliens did indeed save our lives in 2013 and NASA has been covering it up.
NASA MAY HAVE RATTED THEMSELVES OUT WITH RADAR IMAGE
The alleged proof these UFO hunters have of an “asteroid buster” is rooted in video evidence from a NASA radar image. Right around the time of the Chelyabinsk incident, asteroid 2012 DA14 came remarkably close to Earth. To NASA, this was nothing more than a mere coincidence. Others believe the asteroid was actually an artificial satellite owned by friendly aliens protecting Earth.
UFO HUNTER CRACKS OPEN THE CONSPIRACY
On February 6, 2016, an alien hunter pleaded his case to the world on YouTube. Using a NASA radar image of asteroid 2012 DA14, he showed what seems to be an intelligently constructed, artificial satellite in Earth’s orbit. The space agency claims this is nothing more than a natural object, but alien hunters are convinced it is a cover up. What the cover up is for is still an object of debate.
ALIEN HERO OR MANMADE SECRET?
UFO Hunters will have you believe that the burst that coincided with 2013’s meteor strike was far more than an atmospherical reaction. Apparently, that burst was due to our friendly UFO in space. Taking the meteor out before it caused severe damage to our planet. Close to 1,000 people were injured in the blast. This, however, was a mere scratch compared to the damage the meteor would have caused if it weren’t for our alien heroes. An interesting theory indeed. In addition to this possibility, other conspiracy theorists think the satellite is not a UFO, but a top secret weapon that NASA and the world’s leaders are hiding. The purpose? To protect Earth from incoming space objects. Whichever way one may decide to lean, either way, there is a potentially life-saving device in space. I for one am grateful, and that warrants a celebration.