Former baseball player Jose Canseco, who is no stranger to media attention, recently posted to Twitter to voice his views on aliens and time travel about technology that sounds right out of Area 51. Canseco may be best known for an incident where a ball bounced off his head for a home run, which may be why mainstream media is wondering if he suffers brain trauma from the incident.
In the series of Tweets, Canseco declared out of the blue that "we are in communication with aliens with a very flexible body composition called the AI51" but offered no insight as to how he came to the conclusion. Canseco offered further revelations when he said that "aliens have been trying to teach us how to time travel, but first we have to change our body composition which we are not willing to do."
Canseco has never been mentioned in UFO circles before, but seems to have some insider information on the UFO topic: "we have tried with animals and it has failed." Offering some deep science for those who can understand it, the Oakland A's slugger said "time travel puts 42,651 pounds of pressure on a human skeletal structure" and the process can only be completed if you "detach the brain from the body and equalize the pressure."
He concluded his Twitter revelation series by musing that "our science is totally irrelevant to aliens" before going silent since. The Tweets have been mostly mocked by mainstream media but do offer some interesting information that makes us wonder why did Canseco suddenly divulge the information - and where did he learn it? Jose has been a whistleblower before - one of the few to talk during baseball's steroid era - but this is at a whole other level. Is Jose Canseco our new Edward Snowden?