Are We Alone? A Look at UFO Sightings
You Be the Judge: Science or Science Fiction
For decades, Nebraskans have reported seeing odd objects in the sky. People have reported UFO sightings and abductions.
Dr. Jack Kasher, Professor Emeritus of Physics and Astronomy, says he's a believer. He's been studying the universe and UFOs for more than thirty years.
Dr. Kasher says, "Einstein's general theory of relativity says that if you have an intense gravitational field you can actually bend or warp space." In other words, a UFO wouldn't have to travel faster than the speed of light to become visible on our planet.
He says 85 percent of those who feel they've been abducted describe a little green guy with big black eyes and a pointed chin. Seven different faces of extraterrestrials have been documented through research programs.
Still there are certainly skeptics. So to the question, "are we alone?" We answer: you be the judge.