By Anthony SanchezUFO Researcher Adolfo Gandin Ocampo (Buenos Aries, Argentina) investigating the July 2010 Xiaoshan Airport UFO Incident for UNIFA (Union researchers of anomalous phenomena - English Translation) spoke by phone with Wang Sichao , a world wide figure and respected Chinese astronomer and minor planet specialist who currently works as a Scientific Researcher and Advisor at Nanjing' s Zijinshan Astronomical Observatory.
During their discussion, Wang makes the startling prediction for the arrival of Aliens or a fleet of Unidentified Flying Objects (UFO), or both… over the next two years, 2011 or 2012. Wang stated, "The existence of 2.5 billion planets makes it highly possible that there is life and civilization with advanced technologies seeking other’s natural resources, like our own."
Wang states that the statement from astrophysicist Stephen Hawking in April that the arrival of Aliens could adversely affect humanity is indeed a reality facing Earth, and it needs professional analysis conducted now rather than later.
Wang’s prediction comes as reports of strange sightings of unidentified objects in the sky are being reported over various regions of China such as Zhejiang, Hunan, Chongqing and Xinjiang beginning earlier this year.
Wang urges scientists to design and create more technologically advanced telescopes for observing objects that could appear suddenly, without warning; specifically those that can calibrate and begin monitoring and transmitting data back to Earth scientist within in a matter of seconds.
China, being shocked by the appearance of a mysterious UFO on Wednesday July 7th 2010, has its scientist and military analysts on high alert. During the July 7th 2010 event, Xiaoshan Airport in Hangzhou (the capital of Zhejiang province) was closed down for six hours. Aviation authorities responded within minutes, grounding outbound flights and diverting inbound ones to airports in Ningbo and Wuxi.
In contrast to the alien theory, Dr. Geoffrey E. Forden , a physicist by training and currently a Senior Research Scientist at MIT' s Security Studies Program, says he is not sure what it is but presumably and most likely it is one of China’s ballistic missiles.
Earlier this year on Sunday April 18th sightings of mysterious bright objects visible over the Chengdu skies were heavily reported. The photographed and videotaped UFO hovered in the sky for several minutes, moving much slower than traditional aircraft, before disappearing.
The Chengdu District is known to house China' s very own Area 51 and its largest Deep Underground Military Facility. Interestingly, reports have circulated for years that a crashed UFO was retrieved by the Chinese military from the area in 1947 just days after the Roswell New Mexico incident.