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Despite Elon Musk putting a hidden message on board Falcon Heavy seemingly intended for aliens, it seems he doesn't actually think they exist.
The Tesla boss posted a tweet claiming to have the 'strongest argument' against extra-terrestrials.
The graphs that Musk posted point towards the fact that most images of 'aliens' show floating blobs, despite the camera resolution used being pretty good.
The tweet has now garnered over 420,000 likes and 40,000 retweets, with one person accusatorily commenting: "That's exactly what an alien would tweet."
Another added: "We should have such good quality footage of UFO's that it looks like CGI."
Someone else posed the question: "What if UFOs are just naturally blurry?"
A fourth blamed Musk for being part of the 'cover up', writing: "By this silly argument, you are disappointing those who value your intelligence.
"Even a 10 year old child now knows that aliens are visiting our planet. Don't choose to be on the dark side by being part of their cover-up."
I'm an alien
- Elon Musk (@elonmusk) February 12, 2021
Interestingly, one person took this as an opportunity to ask 'what's the strongest argument for aliens?' To which one person responded: "The average person has no idea, literally not a single clue what is going on at the Pentagon right now.
"And what is happening already for 75 years. I have studied the cases for 27 years. And still every day I learn new things."
Another said: "Earth in FACT is an alien world, which was inhabited by dinosaurs, the dominate species in ancient Earth. Our ancestors were space faring species, found Earth habitable yet dangerous to colonize so our ancestors changed an asteroids trajectory to hit Earth annihilate dinosaurs."
Another suggested: "If we are living in a simulation, then strange things like UFO encounters, aliens, Bigfoot, etc. could be just Easter eggs left there by developers."
OK, time for a lie down it seems.