Neil deGrasse Tyson has weighed in on the debate over the ‘non-human biologics’ described by whistleblower David Grusch.
Perhaps the most interesting moment from the recent subcommittee hearing on UFOs was when David Grusch – who previously worked with the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency and held top-level clearance at the Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force – claimed that the US government had conducted a “multi-decade” program to recover and attempt to reverse-engineer crashed UFOs (or UAPs) and that “non-human biologics” had been found at some of the crash sites.
But what exactly did he mean by “non-human biologics” ?
While most people have interpreted this to be a reference to extraterrestrial entities, Neil deGrasse Tyson has instead suggested that this phrase could mean something else entirely.
“What would non-human biologics be?” he said.
“All I did was look at the kingdoms of life here on Earth. You have the plant kingdom, you have the animal kingdom, the microbial kingdom, the fungal kingdom.”
“Let’s add them all together and subtract from it humans.”
“Everything that remains is non-human biologic.”
“I don’t know what they got squirreled away, but if it’s non-human biologics, it could be anything on Earth.”