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Giant UFOs Are ‘Proliferating’ in Saturn’s Rings Says NASA Scientist

Giant UFOs are ‘Proliferating’ in Saturn’s Rings Says NASA Scientist

A distinguished mechanical engineer at NASA’s Ames Research Center has claimed that giant UFO’s in our solar system are “proliferating” faster than ever.

According to Dr. Norman Bergrun, extraterrestrial life exists within the earth’s solar system and the alien spaceships that were first spotted in Saturn’s rings are “proliferating” to other planets including Uranus and Jupiter that also have rings.

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The scientists argues that the some of the footage near the rings shows “exhaust” emanating from alien aircraft and he warned that things are getting “critical” in deep space as these space ships continue to proliferate throughout the solar system.

He explained that it is his opinion that the aliens are “nursing from the rings” garnering energy that is being used to allow them to proliferate and to power their craft.

“That’s where new ones are getting their energy,” said Dr. Bergrun. He went on to explain that he thinks that the alien spacecraft spotted near the rings of Saturn, Jupiter and Uranus are indeed alive.

So are these the musings of a conspiracy theorist or a disturbed individual?

Dr. Bergun is clearly a brilliant scientist based on his decorated resume with NASA in addition to serving on the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA) and also as an engineer with Lockheed Martin working on some of the nation’s most critical top secret projects. That said, the claims do seem somewhat fantastical, if not speculative, with alternative explanations abound for the phenomenon.

It is interesting to note that Dr. Bergrun advanced a similar theory, albeit with much less detail or supporting evidence, in 1986 in his book The Ringmakers of Saturn. If he is to be believed, then the situation is “critical” as the solar system becomes infested with living alien spaceships, and if he is wrong then we all got a chance to imagine something unique for a moment.