Dr. Young-hae Chi, a lecturer at the University of Oxford, believes that aliens are already here on Earth and they are inbreeding with humans.
This sounds like the premise of a sci-fi movie, but he insists that this is exactly what is happening right now. He says that there is a very strong link between climate change and recent alien abductions.
Invisible Aliens On Earth
In an interview with The Oxford Student, Dr. Chi expounded on his theory that invisible aliens have arrived on Earth. He explained that there are four types of aliens: small, tall and bold, aliens with scales and snake eyes, and insect-like aliens. The fourth one, he said, is the one giving the orders.
He also stated that these aliens are conducting several different experiments, including "the production of a hybrid." He said there are three possible reasons why they are here on Earth.
"One possibility is that they find our DNA valuable for the preservation of the stock. Secondly, to create species which can survive in the future climate conditions...Thirdly, some abductees report that these hybrids are of a very high intelligence, so are they producing these hybrids as a problem-solver, a future leader?" he shared.
Dr. Chi based this idea from the testimony of humans who claim that they have been abducted by aliens. They said that they were "involved in sexually oriented actions with aliens or even other human abductees under the influence of mind control." They also reported seeing hybrid fetuses and toddlers in the spaceships.
Invisible Aliens And Climate Change
This is not the first time that the Korean lecturer has spoken about the invisible aliens that walk among humans on the surface of the Earth. In 2012, at a conference organized by Ammach (a support group for abductees), Dr. Chi argued that the breeding program was meant to save humans from extinction. He went on to say that if the human race acts on climate change now, not only they can save themselves, but also prove aliens wrong in their judgement of their moral capacity.
He has also published a book to expand his theory.
The idea seems absurd but, according to Politico, the U.S. Navy is drafting a new guideline for reporting encounters with "unidentified aircraft."