Our scientists: and this includes the most eminent among them, are telling us that mankind is not alone in the Cosmos.
(Source for Professor Hawking's quote: http://journalofcosmology.com/Aliens100.html)
And you will already, no doubt, be aware of where I stand on the UFO/extraterrestrial visitation issue: I know for a fact that aliens are visiting Planet Earth.
Most scientists – on the other hand – would disagree with my position. They argue that the immense distances between star systems precludes us from ever being visited by other, advanced civilizations.
The thing is though, our scientists haven't, themselves, ruled out the possibility that – at some point in the (not too distant) future – they will, themselves, develop the technology that will take mankind to the stars.
Please check out these links:
Okay, so science doesn't exclude the possibility that mankind will – eventually - possess the technology that will enable us to travel between star systems. And the timescale over which we will – according to the scientists – develop this capability is a matter of just a couple of centuries: not much time at all in the overall scheme of things.
So what are we to make of this? Are we expected to believe that aliens cannot, ever, come here; but one day we will be able to go there. This all sounds a little contradictory don't you think?
And the contradictions become positively bizarre when other factors are taken into account. What we need to bear in mind here is that the Milky Way Galaxy* is thought to be 13.6 billion years old - whilst our Solar System has only been around for a paltry 3.5 billion years. (Not to mention that mankind only emerged on Planet Earth a mere 200,000 years ago.) Aliens could, then, be billions of years older than mankind and possess billions more years worth of technological advancement over and above anything possessed by us. So – we have to ask – for how long has ET been beavering away developing star drive technology?
(* There's also more galaxies out there – some older than the Milky Way – than we can count.)
Consequently, when these facts are taken into consideration, where does it leave the stone cold certainty with which our scientists assert that ET could never make the journey? I would argue: in tatters. Further to this, I would also argue that they have no right to make such sweeping assertions. For even they would admit that the absence of evidence proves nothing either way. The most that they could, in truth, assert is that – as individuals – they haven't seen any evidence so would be disinclined to think that Planet Earth was being visited by extraterrestrial lifeforms. In other words, they are entitled to express an individual opinion: nothing more. So when they present us with an opinion masquerading as scientific fact; and when they use their academically polished gravitas to give weight to this 'fact', they are doing us: and the search for truth, a calculated disservice.
Luckily, for those seeking the truth however, not all scientists see things the same way.
(Source for Dr Michio Kaku's quote: http://mkaku.org/home/articles/the-physics-of-interstellar-travel/ )
Once you've read Dr Kaku's article you will understand that he believes star travel to be entirely feasible (although difficult to achieve), and doesn't rule out that Planet Earth is, indeed, being visited by extraterrestrials/UFOs. (To be clear: nor has he ever, to my knowledge, stated that we are being visited by them either.)
Dr Kaku's article also sets out categories of UFO sighting which he deems "harder to dismiss". Among these are sightings that involve multiple witnesses:
Here's an example:
And sightings reported by expert: IE military, witnesses. Please watch:
You need to watch both of these movies. You need to understand that extraterrestrials are involving themselves in human affairs and appear to be expressing concern about the direction in which our technology is taking us. Their primary concern would seem, understandably, to be with our nuclear weapons technology.
They are not – either – alone in their concerns.
We also have the Atomic Scientists: those responsible for setting the Doomsday Clock, who are telling us that we are now closer to the Dawn of Doomsday than we have ever been before. They are saying that we have only three minutes left. Then it all ends – mankind will erase himself from the cosmological time-line – and it will be like we never existed at all. For nobody will be left to remember us.
My Friends, we need to listen to what we are being told: by both the Atomic Scientists and our brothers and sisters from the stars.
So what's it to be? Do we choose survival are do we cast ourselves into the abyss?
If you choose survival, if you choose Universal Peace, then please sign the Universal Peace Petition.
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If you choose the abyss – then it's high time you said your goodbyes.
Acknowledgments and links:
Many thanks to:
Professor Stephen Hawking
Dr Michio Kaku for their ongoing search for the truth (as they see it).
Image sources (with thanks):
Dr Michio Kaku:
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