Most individuals know Tom DeLonge from his days performing as a member of the band Blink-182 however the musician has discovered one other calling: proving UFOs and extraterrestrial life are actual.
DeLonge give up the pop-punk group in 2015 and began the To the Stars Academy with the mission of “advancing our present understanding of scientific phenomena and its technological implications,” per its web site.
Now he is government producing a brand new present on the Historical past channel referred to as “Unidentified: Inside America’s UFO Investigation” and wrote an op-ed about why he believes aliens should exist.
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The 43-year-old says his curiosity was piqued whereas studying Timothy Good’s “Above High Secret” whereas on tour with the band.
“Earlier than studying that guide, I believed the thought of E.T. and unknown flying automobiles have been confined to the realm of science-fiction, which I’d at all times beloved as a child. However I had no thought these crafts have been actual and actually interacting with nuclear missiles, NASA missions and services, astronauts, and even civilians,” he wrote in Newsweek.
“The guide opened my eyes to the enormity of Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP), filling me with curiosity and propelling me on a hunt for information that fairly actually modified the course of my life. I grew to become consumed with questions on UAP: How do they journey at such unbelievable speeds? Who or what are they? Who truly is aware of the details and holds essentially the most credible proof?” he continued.
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DeLonge stated he began to seek the advice of “authentic sources” and that his investigation has led him “to consider it’s naïve to suppose that UAPs don’t exist.”
“The extra I’ve been in a position to share my concepts with individuals I revered, the extra sense of neighborhood I felt. And I would like different individuals to really feel that approach too,” he added.
DeLonge defined that now he is in “common communication” with high-level intelligence companies and other people of the army they usually inspired him to create his academy after which his TV collection.
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His hope is that the non-fiction present will give the “public a possibility to see newly authenticated proof and pictures; study the frequent traits of how these UAP transfer and function; and maybe, most importantly, see interviews from eyewitnesses and former army personnel who’ve by no means spoken out earlier than.”
“Unidentified: Inside America’s UFO Investigation” premiered on Might 31 at 10 pm on Historical past.