Papua New Guinea has accused a Harvard professor of obtaining critical ‘proof’ of alien life without permission.

Professor Avi Loeb announced last month that his team had discovered fragments of the IM1 meteor, which crashed to Earth in January 2014.

The fragments had washed up on the sea floor off the coast of Manus Island, more than 200 miles from Papua New Guinea.

The IM1 is thought to have originated outside of our solar system, and following the discovery, Prof Loeb stated that the metal fragments could very well be technical in nature.

Loeb and his team were able to extract 50 microscopic bits from the depths of the ocean, and the Harvard professor believes they may have originated in a “natural environment different from the solar system, or an extraterrestrial technological civilization.”

However, George Penua Polon, Manus Province’s deputy administrator, has now come out and sought answers as to why and how the fragments were removed.

“We were duped,” he told the Sunday Times. “They came here, no one knew, and now they have left.” What did they discover? Is it worth anything? Do we have any claim to it?

“How will our scientific institutions benefit from scientific research?”

An experienced ocean explorer, Rob McCallum, claimed that Loeb’s team had applied for a marine science research permit. However, he stated that this does not apply to objects in space.

“This is a one-of-a-kind project,” he remarked. “Its goal is to find, recover, and study material that literally fell from the sky.”

“Right now, permitting procedures are geared toward extracting existing biological or geological material, which this is not.

“This study recovered sand grains from outside the area/PNG/Earth that have no known economic or commercial value.”

According to a senior immigration official, prof Loeb and his tea may have a legal question to answer regarding how they obtained the IM1 fragment.

“It may be illegal, so those scientists could face criminal charges,” they told the outlet.

Professor Loeb’s claim that Earth has been visited by extraterrestrial lifeforms is not his first.

Oumuamua, a long, cigar-shaped object, passed through the solar system in 2017. Prof. Loeb said that the massive object was of intergalactic origin, and potentially even the result of extraterrestrial life.


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