Famous astrophysicist and pop culture icon Stephen Hawking has shared some thoughts about the discovery of alien life in a new documentary "Stephen Hawking's Favorite Places." In the documentary, Hawking revisits opinions he's shared before, that if intelligent extraterrestrials are out there, they shouldn't be trusted and would probably just try to control and usurp all of Planet Earth's resources.
"One day, we might receive a signal from a planet like this," Hawking says in the documentary, referring to a potentially habitable alien world known as Gliese 832c. "But we should be wary of answering back. Meeting an advanced civilization could be like Native Americans encountering Columbus. That didn't turn out so well." [space.com]
Hawking cautions that NASA's attempts to find alien life could be dangerous. However, others in the scientific community aren't so fearful and believe that intelligent life would have already conquered Earth by now if they had bad intentions.... well, according to the latest government "UFO" insider, rocker Tom Delonge (formerly of Blink 182), alien races are here already, and some of them aren't friendly. So, maybe Hawking is right. (Read also: What do aliens want with humans?)
Is there life outside Planet Earth? That is a question that NASA and other organizations like SETI claim they've been trying to answer for decades. And both NASA and SETI have made announcements over the years hinting at the existence of extraterrestrial life, both microbial and intelligent. And then those announcements are quickly followed up with skepticism and no real meaningful, practical implication for any American citizen. Perhaps life is indeed all around us, and we are just being warmed up to the idea gradually...
The latest revelation from NASA is that Jupiter's moon, Europa, may have subsurface oceans that we can easily study.... Yawn.
Evidence of exotic microbial life has been announced again, and again, and again. Even Buzz Aldrin stated on national television that there are monoliths on Mars' moon! When will the public be ready for NASA to finally present a less human-centric view of the universe, once and for all, without any doubts? Rather than just subtly implying these things? What do you think? With private spaceflight emerging, the UFO Disclosure movement picking up steam, and big plans for Mars exploration underway, it's hard to think that NASA can keep a lid on this for much longer.
Some media outlets, including Coast to Coast AM and the Moscow Times, have picked up on a strange story out of Russia, which - if true - is highly relevant to UFO Disclosure. Politician Vasiliy Dmitrienko is running to be the head of the Yabloko opposition party in the country. Although it appears Dimitrienko was not a top candidate, he garnered worldwide attention by stating in a campaign video that he is in contact with aliens. According to press, he said “The fundamental difference between me and the other candidates is that I’m a specialist in providing telepathic video communications between all life on Earth and a higher intelligence.”
Unfortunately the campaign video has since been removed from YouTube due to copyright claim:
Former NASA astronaut and ISS commander Leroy Chiao wrote an editorial piece for Space.com, and shared his "surprising" beliefs that alien life exists everywhere in the universe, and that it would be arrogant to think otherwise. Chiao used the discovery of Proxima b, an planet 4.22 light years away from Earth that could have the right ingredients for life, to help illustrate his opinion.
While Chiao thinks we may only find microbial life on Mars in our lifetime, he claims that there is significant evidence that intelligent life used to exist on the red planet, which is proof enough for his theory.
What do you think of Chiao's theory? Do you think life is everywhere in the universe? Do you think articles like Chiao's will help the UFO Disclosure movement
The Internet went pretty crazy over the recent video appearing to show a UFO hitting and exploding a (pilot-less) SpaceX rocket, much to popular SpaceX CEO Elon Musk's disappointment. This is not the first failure like this of the company. Although many online have tried to "debunk" the video as just showing a bird flying by, most - including Elon Musk - aren't so convinced. Musk replied to a question on Twitter about the UFO and stated that he has not ruled out that an object may have hit the rocket. After all, the exact cause of the explosion is still being investigated:
Check out the photos and video below, which show a dark object hit the rocket before it explodes and then speed off, as if it is a drone or craft firing a weapon at it:
What do you think caused the SpaceX rocket to explode? Do you think this event will help bring the public closer to UFO Disclosure?