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.