In recent weeks, American skies have been filled with various balloons and other unidentified flying objects that the U.S. military has been forced to shoot down. The lack of information provided has led many curious Americans to draw their own conclusions about the mysterious objects — including Steven Spielberg.
The famous director, known for his movies such as “Close Encounters of the Third Kind” and “E.T.”, has been asked about the recent surge in UFO sightings during a career-spanning interview on “The Late Show with Steven Colbert”. While Spielberg is not ready to endorse the theory that we are being visited by aliens, he finds the saga fascinating.
Spielberg said, “I don’t believe we’re alone in the universe. I think it’s mathematically impossible that we are the only intelligent species in the cosmos. I think that’s totally impossible.” However, he is skeptical about the idea that someone would visit us from 400 million lightyears away, unless they figured out a way to jump through wormholes.
While Spielberg is not convinced about aliens traveling millions of lightyears to visit us, he’s more open to the idea that humans may have figured out time travel. He presented Colbert with his own theory that the UFOs we’re seeing are actually humans visiting us from the future.
“What if it’s us, 500,000 years in the future, that is coming back to document the second half of the 20th century and into the 21st century because they’re anthropologists? And they know something we don’t quite know yet that has occurred, and they’re trying to track the last hundred years of our history.”
Spielberg’s theory raises an interesting question about the future of humanity. If people are indeed visiting us from the future, what does that say about our survival as a species? It’s an optimistic view, suggesting that humans will not only survive but thrive for the next half-million years.
While there is no concrete evidence to support Spielberg’s theory, it’s a fascinating idea to ponder. It’s impossible to know for sure what these UFOs really are, but Spielberg’s perspective provides a new and unique way of looking at the phenomenon. Regardless of what the UFOs turn out to be, the discussion surrounding them is a testament to our innate curiosity about the world and the universe we live in.
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