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by Matt Garvin

Aliens are visiting us. There, I said it. That is what I think, and what I have come to believe. No doubt, many people that see me state this plainly will think: Ok, so Matt is a nutjob. We already knew that. And make cracks about tinfoil hats, and little green men. Heck, I used to be one of those people. (Not one of the little green men, I mean I am one of the people that poked fun at the "believers.") But guess what? Not everyone that thinks such things is so easily dismissed. Some believers are very smart people, with tons of credentials.

One super-smart guy, that thinks we have been visited by aliens (or at least their technology) is Dr. Avi Loeb. He is the Director of the Institute for Theory and Computation (2007-present) at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. He is also the author of many papers and even some books that are very open to the idea of extra-terrestrial life, not far, far away, but possibly visiting our own solar system. I reached out to Dr. Avi Loeb through email but did not hear back. Soooo...

I reached out to another super-smart, alien-friendly scientist: Dr. Gregor M. Vingar of Arizona State University. He has not written any books on the matter, but he has published over 500 scientific papers and has two PhDs! (In my book that is like wearing two tinfoil hats, double-stacked!) He is an astrobiologist, which is to say, he is interested in life everywhere, not just here on Earth. I emailed him, and -- surprise, surprise! -- he did get back, the same day, even. Furthermore, the dude was willing to let me interview him over Zoom. So I did. And then I transcribed it all so I could present it here.

On that note, may I present: An Interview with Dr. Gregor M. Vingar.

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