Wed. Nov 21st, 2018

No, China Did Not Admit That Aliens are Real

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I’ve been seeing these articles pop up on Facebook pretty regularly among UFO groups. The articles tend to have a title indicating the Chinese government has officially disclosed the existence of Aliens. There’s also a popular one claiming the Chinese government announced the existence of alien bases or mining factories on the moon. These stories are rubbish. The articles are pure clickbait.

Each time I read one of these stories I find the same pattern. It’s never a government official saying that Aliens are real. In most cases, it’s a UFO researcher who happens to do their research in China. The UFO researchers may be speaking in a government forum, but their views don’t represent the views of the government.

The UFO Community Destroying Its Own Credibility – One Share at a Time

These stories aren’t necessarily fake and furthermore, the articles might even document real events or discussions.  The problem is the presentation of a headline which promises something the facts can’t deliver. The misleading headlines are bad enough by themselves. The bigger problem is that the UFO community eats these up and shares them on social media like a 19th-century cowboy emptying both pistols into the air.

The majority of people who share news stories on the Internet never actually read them. In fact, one study found that 70% of Facebook users shared news stories based on the headline alone without ever reading the content of the article.

Ad Revenue: Authors Just Want You To Load the Page

See the blocks/graphics sprinkled throughout this post? Those are ads and the owner of this site makes a tiny bit of money every time you see them. They might make a little bit more if you actually click on one of them.

Getting lots of shares on social media is a sure fire way to make sure that your articles get viewed. Views are important because that’s how you get credit for displaying your ads to real human beings. As a result, article publishers who rely on ad revenue will entice people to visit their site and get served their ads.

Websites about aliens and disclosure need to provide a compelling reason for potential readers to click. In many cases, that compelling reason is by making a headline that lends itself to lots of shares even if the content doesn’t support the headline.

What Has the Chinese Government Said About Aliens?

Actually, they haven’t said much. The Chinese government has not admitted that aliens exist and no Chinese government official has.

Consequently, if they already knew, then they wouldn’t have built this 500-meter telescope to try to prove it. There are probably aliens out there somewhere, but don’t let your desire for disclosure cloud your judgment.

Chinese Telescope
PINGTANG, July 3, 2016 (Xinhua) — The aerial photo taken on July 3, 2016 shows the Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical Telescope (FAST) in Pingtang County, southwest China’s Guizhou Province. Installation was completed on the world’s largest radio telescope on Sunday morning as the last of 4,450 panels was fitted into the center of the big dish. Scientists will then begin debugging and trial observation of the FAST. | Image Credit: (Xinhua/Liu Xu)

Don’t share an article just because a headline says what you want it to say. You could be doing more harm than good to the community of people who are objectively searching for the truth.


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17 thoughts on “No, China Did Not Admit That Aliens are Real

  1. Good one it always seems people follow things that have the precursor of government official… That’s normally a warning for me…government officials don’t admit anything..

  2. Oh a fellow Ancient Alien, I believe goes beyond lil green men, and I think the Catholic Church along with governments are know the whole story?

  3. When I was a mufon state director I had the same problems, if I suggested something was explainable I was scoffed at, they also didn’t like that I tried to weed out investigators in my state that were on the crazy side.

    1. We had a woman who was an investigator for mufon who claimed she was an abducted, she claimed that they had taken skin samples of her genitals, she then went to the mufon international symposium in Colorado and started showing everyone there photos of her genitals to show everyone where the scars on her genitals were.

      After hearing the news of what she did at the symposium I wanted to remove her investigator status as I didn’t want someone like that representing me and was blocked from doing so. Lol

    2. Not that much actually, since I wasnt able to choose who got investigator titles or remove people who I didnt think were good investigators all I could really do was just choose not to assign cases to the ones I knew were nut jobs.

    3. And the state director I replaced was a total nut job, He believed he could remove view into UFOS and see their inner workings. There was a lot of drama when he was replaced.

    4. I did get to work with Bigelow Aerospace on some cases which was kind of cool and they were nice because I actually got paid by Bigelow instead of volunteering as usual

  4. You know I tried to share this on one of those big UFO groups and they denied it – they literally don’t allow anything that doesn’t support UFO/Alien theories 100%. They hate being told anything is a hoax or a misidentification.

    1. That just means more people have to get into this page and share out things so that eventually they can’t be denied. As long as wishful thinkers waste time researching the fakes, they’ll never have enough time to spend on the real unexplained sightings.

    2. One day I was in a group about nephalim (biblical giants of ancient times) and I happened to make a very civil comment on an article someone posted where I said that there was little no evidence they actually existed. Boom – banned from the group – like totally blocked I can’t even see it anymore. People wanna live in their own bubbles of reality instead of the fact-based world.

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