Conspiracy theory, definition and study; A-Z index of Cognitio.

The UFO conspiracy theory is an unproven conspiracy theory that claims that evidence of the existence of unidentified flying objects and the presence of aliens on earth has been concealed by various governments around the world, including the United States of America would be more active.

UFO

UFO

This conspiracy theory has numerous variations depending on the authors, ranging from the simple recovery of UFOs that would have crashed to the ground killing the alien crew to the idea that governments would actually be in communication or cooperation with hypothetical extraterrestrial entities.

UFOs

UFOs

Some of these theories go so far as to argue that governments would be explicitly allowing alleged alien abductions in exchange for unspecified superior technology. Other theories suspect that some states, notably the United States of America, are in communication and / or in cooperation with extraterrestrials, despite public claims to the contrary. According to others, extraterrestrials would even influence government policies (exopolitics). Since its inception, the conspiracy concept has become part of mass culture (especially in the United States) and has become a topos of fictional works, the most famous of which is probably the TV series X-Files. British research would have found evidence of UFO crash suppression by authorities during the Cold War, but no evidence of conspiratorial character was ever found.

UFO Crash

UFO Crash

The reason refers to the desire of governments to avoid having to admit the existence of the ufological phenomenon without being able to explain it and to contain the hysteria caused by this news in the particular historical period. According to supporters of the conspiracy hypotheses, this evidence exists, but is systematically covered up by military or government officials. This would essentially be done to avoid a cultural shock to the population with the probable spread of concern, panic and distrust in political, religious and scientific institutions. According to others, the secret would be kept for the pressures of the military circles, for the fear of the end of nationalisms or even at the request of the aliens themselves. Among the supporters of the UFO plot (at least in some of its parts) there are also two ex-astronauts of NASA: Edgar Mitchell (the sixth man to place his foot on the Moon during the Apollo 14 space mission) and Gordon Cooper; the latter allegedly sighted UFOs, while Mitchell allegedly had confidences from sources he did not reveal. NASA has dissociated itself from the two ex-astronauts, claiming not to share those views. It should also be noted that there is no UFO research by the space agency, which is considered to be a very difficult phenomenon to study scientifically as it cannot be repeated.

Quote by Alessandro Brizzi.

Here in this last part, very simplified, my theory is born, as it is possible that 2 scientists, precisely astronauts, are enrolled by the same government or better by NASA (where a very high experience and psychology is required) suddenly they are derided and even considered conspiracy by the same body that after careful research has enlisted them? What do you think?

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