UFO mystery may be result of advanced 'stealth civilization' on Earth

UFO mystery may be result of advanced 'stealth civilization' on Earth Skeptics have long questioned why UFOs, if they are alien craft, would visit Earth so often. But two Harvard scientists suspect the beings may have been here all along. In a new research paper, they estimate there is a one in 10 chance the true solution to the UFO mystery could be 'cryptoterrestrial' — meaning they belong to an advanced species hiding on Earth. 'While this notion may sound unlikely on first hearing, many observers are persuaded that it is at least conceivable,' the team wrote in their new study, 'not least because whole swathes of our planet remain virtually unexplored and uncharted.'
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