With Space Tourism Soon a Reality, Here’s the Conversation We Really Need to Have.

Watch the interview with Luis Elizondo about UAP’s and what this means for space tourism.

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With the upcoming launches of Blue Origin, Virgin Galactic and a proposed space hotel, tourism beyond Earth, will happen in our lifetime. For many, this is an exciting time, which also brings us to the conversation of; are we alone in the universe?

I’m not going to get all conspiracy on you, but Planet America, a respected and fact-checked news program on Australia’s ABC that focuses on US politics and history, recently interviewed Luis Elizondo, a former US Military Intelligence Officer about UAP’s (Unidentified Aerial Phenomena).

In the conversation Luis mentions witnessing ‘exotic material that is of unknown origin’ and witnessing ‘unidentified craft hitting G forces in excess of 700 G’s’. For reference, the average US military aircraft can reach speeds of about 16 G’s and humans can only cope with about 9 G’s for a short period of time.

What does this mean? Either Russia or China has leapfrogged the US with its own airforce or it came from somewhere else.

Either way, the US government is expected to make a formal announcement about UAP’s in June 2021.

Watch the full interview about UAP’s with Luis Elizondo here (starts at 21:35):


You may need a VPN as the show is on free-to-air in Australia however the full program of Planet America is worth watching for it’s snapshot of US politics each week with key stories and figures fact checked.

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Regardless of what you believe, the idea of flying craft coming from somewhere else or some other time, whether manned or fully automated begs the question, if we aren’t alone in the universe, are borders between countries still necessary?

What are your thoughts? Comment below!

Thanks for reading!
Happy travels
Jade Jackson – Listen to my podcast Jade Talks Travel
Travel Writer | Podcaster | Photographer

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