A professor at the University of Oxford described the unthinkable hypothesis about aliens among us.

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A professor at the University of Oxford described the unthinkable hypothesis about aliens among us.

People often say that the first contact with representatives of the alien mind may take place soon, but some alternative researchers dealing with ufology are sure that in fact the aliens have been with us for a long time. Professor Yang-he Chi, for example, has little doubt that the so-called humanoids even intersect with earthlings.

A scientist who works at Oxford University and struck his colleagues a few years ago with a statement about his belief in the existence of interstellar inhabitants went further – he said something more interesting about this.

In 2018, an expert of Korean origin from the UK wanted to convene a conference to discuss the issue of the struggle of “green men” against the extinction of humanity, but few people wanted to participate in this, considering such a conclusion too strange. Some of the researchers at all called the opinion of Chi insane.

Now, the teacher presents a book called “Visits of Aliens and the End of Humanity”, where he describes in detail his concept of the vision of today's world. On the pages of the new edition, the author assumes that strangers are walking among us, as well as humanoid and human hybrids.

According to an extraordinary thinker, aliens, crossed with people, do not differ from us externally, but have incredible abilities that ordinary earthlings do not have and cannot have.

In addition, the book also describes the relationship of climate change on Earth with alien abductions. The specialist thinks that aliens introduce certain information to those who are temporarily taken to their aircraft, after which the latter change their thinking, in particular, they begin to perform some actions to save our world, which can be destroyed by global cooling or warming similar scales.

At the same time, of course, he cannot prove the improbable hypothesis of Chi; therefore, his readers, who also believe in this development of events, can only take their word for it.