UFO conspiracy theorists have given up hope on finding intelligent life outside our solar system – because lockdown bog roll stockpiling shows we are too “primitive”.
Three alien -hunters agreed ETs were out there – but our response to Covid-19 proves we aren’t smart enough to reach them.
The trio despaired as a second wave of coronavirus saw stockpiling return to Leicester and parts of the US.
One told the Theories of the Third Kind podcast: “Our brain could not handle what is needed to know what happens outside our solar system. That’s why we will never know – we are still primitive.
“I mean like what we did with coronavirus – we went and got all the toilet paper – it makes no sense.”
Another agreed: “Not at all – where I live we are seeing a second spike. Our numbers are higher than they were in the first outbreak.”
She added: “There has to be intelligent life.
“We are not the smartest things that have come from this beautiful… what is the biggest thing out there?
“Like you say, I need to upgrade my hard drive.”
Gemma Collins revealed she believes she is an alien earlier this week.
The Towie star, 39, claimed she does not feel like one of us and reckons humans are the result of an “alien experiment”.
She said: “I’m not convinced I’m a human, I feel like I’m an extraterrestrial.
“Life came from outer space. I am telling you now, get me up in space because I believe there is so much going on up there.
“I hope I end up with the aliens and I have a little alien baby.”
Take That star Robbie Williams is also obsessed and has insisted he wasn’t drunk or on drugs when he encountered UFOs.
I’m A Celeb winner Scarlett Moffatt is also convinced she came face-to-face with an intergalactic traveller as a kid – and fears aliens may snatch her.