Scientist Wants To Lure Aliens With Nuclear-Powered Beacons | UAP

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Scientists who have already created a handheld mini-nuclear reactor claim that if they are placed somewhere in space around Earth it will draw aliens to our planet.

This unusual theory about how we can make contact with aliens was brought forth by Kevin Knuth, Professor of Physics at the University at Albany at the Sol Foundation in California, the Daily Star reports.

“We were trying to figure out how we can lure UFOs and work out how to make contact,” Knuth explained.

“We settled on the fact that UFOs have an interest in, and an ability to detect nuclear weapons – some of them underground, some of them in bunkers or in storage depots.

“How do they do this? Are they using neutrinos, which are really hard to detect, or gamma rays? We don’t know. But my colleague has developed a new technology which is basically a handheld lithium-powered nuclear-fission reactor, which he is now patenting,” he continued.

“The idea is to go out and power our UFO-observing equipment with the nuclear reaction, and maybe these guys will detect it and come down and find out what ‘those crazy monkeys’ are up to this time. And we can get some imagery or some data … that’s our plan.”

One of the biggest hot spots for UFO sightings all over America are military bases with nuclear missile silos and power plants.

His idea, while pretty outlandish, isn’t…

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