January 9, 2017


Date of news: January 4, 2017
Location: New Port Beach, California, USA
Source of news: http://abc7.com/science/newport-beach-nonprofit-focuses-on-ufo-research/1686671/

UFO and alien research are fast becoming a new science. Its make its place among other scientific areas like astronomy and astrophysics, yet it gets far more attention that both those science areas combined. UFOlogists are the new scientists of this era that will make the biggest difference in the world than any other area of science in the world. The discovery of alien will change the perceptual field of every human being on Earth, how they see themselves, their home, their community and their planet, at which point humans will begin to scrutinise every faucet of human history and contemplate how alien interaction and interference throughout our evolution has changed our history. 
Scott C. Waring

News states: 
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. (KABC) -- For many, UFOs are the stuff of science fiction movies that belong in the same category of little green men and alien abductions - but one Orange County nonprofit begs to differ.

Jan Harzan, the executive director of Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) in Newport Beach, believes that we are definitely not alone in the universe.

"UFOs are real. These are structured, highly technological, structured devices flying in and about our planet under obvious intelligent control that's not us," Harzan said.

Harzan has spent most of his life researching UFOs along with field investigators and a research team.

MUFON looks into the reports that come in daily.

"Could it possibly have been an aircraft? A satellite? The space station?" Harzan said.

The organization has investigated more than 7,000 cases in the past year. It considers a small percentage of those cases hoaxes, and about 30 percent are classified as UFOs.

According to Harzan, a man who has worked as a contractor for the Department of Defense says he and his friends spotted a UFO in 2013 during a hunting trip in Canada.

"The very first thing that was intense was just how bright this thing was," said the man, whose identity was not revealed.

Harzan considers this case, which was reported in 2016, as one of the most compelling pieces of evidence.

Despite the many skeptics who believe UFOs only belong in Hollywood, Harzan believes his research can lead to huge advancements in technology.

"Number one, we can move instantaneously anywhere on the planet, we wouldn't need to be sitting on airplanes," he said. "What about moving off planet and going to the moon or going to Mars?"