Beginning in the early 1960s, reports of alien abductions and UFOs became commonplace. Amid the backdrop of the Space Race, there was always a glimmer of hope that verifiable contact might be made with intelligent extraterrestrials.
In the 1990s, the high-powered Hubble Telescope improved our odds of finding habitable planets and evidence of alien life. Today, we can look vastly further into the cosmos.
In the halls of Congress and the Pentagon, the once-fringe topic of unidentified aerial phenomena – the updated term which UFOs fall under – appears to be a subject of great interest. In Silicon Valley, bold practical applications of mysterious technologies are quickly turning from fiction to fact.
Following a series of Pentagon reports related to UAPs, a group of Silicon Valley entrepreneurs is hosting the first Silicon Valley Secret Space Program Technology Conference on September 16 and 17, 2022.
“Now’s a critical time for robust conversations about our future,” says one, “but people are burnt out. I think it’s information overload. Encounters with unidentified aerial phenomena have been officially disclosed. Fundamentally, people should know these are serious topics – most just don’t have the time or mental energy to deal with the implications.”
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