Is Pentagon now worried about UFO..? It may be too early to tell…

UFO’s sightings have had their fair share of time on the news headlines over the past few years. These sightings have been reported in different locations across the world. Some of them were observed from such a close distance that onlookers were able to provide a descriptive account of what they witnessed. While these sightings have been frequent and a constant topic of discussion amongst the space and tech experts, there still has been a sense of hesitation around the block about the reliability of these claims. For long, people have denied the existence of alien life. Much of that denial has come from the uneasiness that the topic brings with it. Everyone knows the implications of it. Believing in the existence of aliens would also mean accepting the fact that human race could be living under a constant threat. This threat largely stems from uncertainty. All we know is that if alien life is as advanced as we think, then it would only take one maneuver from our alien counterparts to change the human race as we know it. The alien’s existence theory has caught fire so many times over the last two decades before eventually cooling off after a while. However, things might be about to change. Few days ago, Pentagon dropped a bombshell of a news when they revealed that they have gotten their hands on a substantial piece of evidence. It’s the first time that Pentagon has unequivocally supported the information of this nature. As per Pentagon’s claim, there could be a sizeable chance of alien life being here on earth, camouflaged between whopping human populations across the world.

Finding more and Intel on alien life has long become a burning ambition of American space technology sector. Over the years, many breakthroughs have been made by Pentagon as well as NASA in terms of finding out the truth about the same. If Pentagon’s latest revelation is to be believed, then there might be a change on the cards. However, we can’t say with absolute certainty that human life, as we know it, will drastically change, at least not instantly. Let’s say the aliens really are living among us. So far, they haven’t made any aggressive attempts at wiping off the human race from the face of the earth. Hence, even if further evidence is found to back Pentagon’s claim, things might transpire in a very different way than a Hollywood dystopian movie. The markets are unlikely to crash at the drop of the hat. Some big daunting creature is highly unlikely to turn up at your front door and claw your house down with his finger nails. There might be some panic between the common people, but there certainly won’t be a construction of a different sanctuary where humans can live, while the government observes the behaviour of these aliens. This desire to find that unknown piece of knowledge gives us a nice and clear peek into the functioning of American government. American government has made itself a reputation of being highly proactive. Their undying curiosity about going where no one has gone before sets them on a slightly higher pedestal than the others. This curiosity and courage of theirs has seeped into almost everything they do. Having established itself as a go-getter, American government has ensured that they remain ahead of the curve in almost every fathomable aspect, and one such aspect has been technology. While usually what national governments do is adopting what is already being instituted, American government’s history in technology very much resides in getting the ball rolling. They have poured out heavy investments over the years to enhance the human means. A lot of what we see or hear about in technology today was introduced as a part of American government’s tech revolution. As humans, we are largely defined by how quickly we adapt to a change. The quicker you get through it, the better your odds of surviving are. American government understood this concept; hence they fully embraced the emergence of technology, while other countries were still contemplating over its potential and if they can do without spending such a large sum of money for integration of it.

As far as technology is concerned, American government has been blazing the trail for everyone, but others are catching-up now. European governments have made a string of moves over the last few years to make sure that they remain very much in the thick of the things. In Europe, they are putting their trust in developing partnerships with startups to transform the way through which general public can access different services. Over 3,000 European startups are forming a collective effort towards ushering everyone into a new era. The governments are forking out huge sums to create an advanced technological setup that will put them alongside other countries that boast a sense of supremacy in this field. If we take a worldwide view, over 360 billion Euros have been spent on developing and enhancing government technologies. 90 billion Euros of that total investment sum has been shelled out by European countries. Traditional powerhouses like Germany, France, and Netherlands are serious about being a part of this change; therefore they have been constant in providing financial backing to facilitate it. What’s great to see is that countries like Poland, Spain, and Lithuania are also shifting their focus towards integrating an advanced technologies setup into their public system. They might have been a little late to the party, but the tech revolution in these countries too has well and truly began. Different nations across the world are finally realizing the growing need to move on from traditional way of doing things. Yes, this tech revolution has costs going up all the way into billions and beyond, but so far, all that investment has proved to be worth it. Governments are better able to administer their different departments, and the citizens too are enjoying a more simplified way to access public services. If we have to sum it all up, it wouldn’t be wrong to say that this whole tech revolution has re-established the fact that change is the only constant in our lives.