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THE WORLD IS LIVING IN TIMES OF UNCERTAINTY - WHERE any truth may be unknowable. I don't have to tell you this has bred a universe of rampant conspiracy theories.

From the Covid conspiracy documentary ''Plandemics'' to the idea that we're living in a Black Hole created by the CERN's Large Hadron Collider when we discovered the Higgs boson

WHEN we were dressing the original set for Agent Mulder's office on '' The X-Files,'' I came up with a poster with a U.F.O. on it that reads ''I want To Believe.'' And I think that's where most people come down on the exterrestrial business.

Not quite there yet, but waiting for a sign. The universe is just too vast for us to be alone in it. Carl Jung wanted to believe, as did Carl Sagan. Both wrote books on the subject. Now videos from the U.S. Navy aircraft tracking unidentified aerial phenomena [as they've been relabeled] suggests that maybe we have seen them.

Based partly on the videos, a much-anticipated government study on the topic was expected to land in Congress. Answers are promised. But answers are always promised.

I have never seen a U.F.O, or an alien, as much as I'd like to. But as a result of 'The X-Files'' I've met many people who claim they have. I have seen grainy videos of gray aliens on someone's back patio. I know an award-winning movie director who told me straight-faced he'd seen a U.F.O. when he was in college.

Annie Jacobsen, the author of the terrific book ''Area 51,'' introduced me to a man who worked at the top secret facility for many years who saw strange craft coming and going in the air base. For a decade I became a magnet for this stuff.

The plot of ''The X-Files'' was built on a conspiracy theory : The U.S. government is lying to you about the existence of U.F.O.s and extraterrestrials. Do I believe the government lies to us? Absolutely. I'm a child of Watergate. Do I believe in conspiracies? Certainly. I believe for example, that someone C.I.A. agents and White House officials with microwave radiation, the so-called Havan syndrome, and your government denied it.

Will the new report, or any government report, give us clear answers? I'm as skeptical now as I've ever been.

In 1996, I was invited to the clinic of the Harvard psychiatrist John Mack to witness the regression hypnosis of a self-professed alien inductee. I first met Dr. Mack, who studied and ultimately believed in alien abduction, when he came to Fox Studios to discuss his work.

I had used a Roper survey he was involved in [a poll of 6,000 Americans on their belief in the existence of extraterrestrial] to sell us ''The X-Files'' as a TV show in 1992, and later read his book, ''Abduction.''

So I knew something about what I was going to see. I went in doubtful, unprepared for the drama of a woman sitting next to me in tears and in terror over the encounter with the aliens that she described as, on a beach in Mexico. The experience turned out to be powerful and not a little unsettling.

Years later, I attended a conference in San Mateo, Calif, which focused on a purported underground government program. Attendees believed that this program used, among other things, reverse technology from captured U/F/Os to weaponize space. By outward appearances they were respectable and accomplished professionals, including former government officials and lawyers.

Some of them also believe that the military has hidden bases on the dark side of the moon and meet secretly there with reptilian aliens.

This radical element has bedeviled high-minded ''ufologists'' for decades and colored the public's perceptions of the phenomena. Many people are afraid to admit that they believe for the real for the fear of being laughed at. [Fear itself may be the reason some of us refuse to believe that aliens exist at all.]

Darin Morgan, a writer on ''The X-Files,'' calls this the ''Post Conspiracy Era.'' PoCO - the industrialization of conspiracy theories. Rigorous science and scientists are castigated and vilified. Rigorous journalism is decried as fake news.

''The Truth Is Out There,'' ''Trust No One, ''Deny Everything'' went the provocative catchphrases on ''The X-Files,'' but that was in the 90s, when we had relatively shared reality. The slogans are now a fact of life.

In addition to the Navy video, the reason U.F.O.s are getting their big moment is due to a bombshell 2017 article in The New York Times. The piece exposed a secret program inside the Department of Defense searching for the truth about U.F.O.s.

Nothing will always reveal nothing. I created 'The X-Files'. Here then and published above is what I want to believe.

The Honor and Serving of the Latest Global Operational Research on The Conspiracy Theories, U.F.O.s and The world, continues. The World Students Society thanks author Chris Carter, a screenwriter and director who created the TV series ''The X-Files''.

With respectful dedication to the Students, Professors and Teachers of the World. See Ya all prepare and register for The Great Global Elections on The World Students Society : wssciw.blogspot.com and Twitter - !E-WOW! - The Ecosystem 2011 :

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