The renowned scientist made waves claiming the interstellar object Oumuamua might be extraterrestrial. Now he’s doubling down. by Eric Mack Professor Avi Loeb has had a pioneering career in astronomy, astrophysics and cosmology. He’s authored hundreds of academic papers on topics like black holes and the early days of the universe, collaborated on projects with the legendary Stephen Hawking and helmed Harvard’s astronomy department for almost a decade, longer than anyone in the department’s history. But despite an impressive resume that runs deep inside some of the world’s most revered institutions, Loeb has found himself at odds with the mainstream of science … Continue reading Harvard’s Avi Loeb more sure than ever we were visited by alien spacecraft
An Israeli Defense Minister joins a cadre of politically respectable people with specious claims of meeting E.T. By MATTHEW ROZSA – KEITH A. SPENCER Astronomers, astrophysicists, and nonprofits like the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence Institute have been scouring the skies for signs of intelligent life for decades, and have thus far come up blank. Every year, thousands of stories of supposed alien abduction or interstellar communication emerge from citizens around the world, though just about all of them are dismissed by the scientific community outright for lack of evidence. Yet while most stories of alien abduction emerge from those who are either mentally ill or desirous of … Continue reading Why do smart people lie about alien encounters?
By Leonard David The great distances covered by visiting “aliens” may be ones of time rather than space, a recent book argues. Unidentified flying objects (UFOs) have captured the public’s attention over the decades. As exoplanet detection is on the rise, why not consider that star-hopping visitors from afar might be buzzing through our friendly skies by taking an interstellar off-ramp to Earth? On the other hand, could those piloting UFOs be us — our future progeny that have mastered the landscape of time and space? Perhaps those reports of people coming into contact with strange beings represent our distant human descendants, returning from the … Continue reading Are the aliens us? UFOs may be piloted by time-traveling humans, book argues
by: Mike Adams (Natural News) Based on the urgency of the revelations that are now undeniable, I’ve decided to go public with information that shows Earth is being terraformed and prepared for a “post-human era.” At the same time, humanity is being mass-poisoned, indoctrinated and driven to cultural suicide. This is all part of the planned genocide of human beings and the occupation of planet Earth by non-human biologicals which need a colder planet, a collapse of plant life, dimmed sunlight and lower oxygen concentrations in the lower atmosphere. (These are all goals of the so-called “climate change” narrative being pushed by Earth’s globalists, … Continue reading The terraforming of planet Earth, and the planned annihilation of humankind: Dave Hodges interviews Mike Adams
New Mexico Solar Observatory Shut Down And Evacuated By Armed FBI For ‘National Security’ Reasons Six MORE Solar Observatories Worldwide Were Also SHUT DOWN And Evacuated At Same Time! The Elite Know Something Is Happening And They Are Hiding Whatever It Is From The World Now Look At These Stunning Video And Photo Stories About The Sudden FBI Military Grade Shutdown And Evacuation Of At Least Seven Solar Observatories Worldwide FBI Says The NM Observatory Was Shut Down And EVACUATED For ‘National Security’ What Could That Mean? What Is Being HIDDEN From The World? Indiana Woman’s Photos Show Enormous Disc … Continue reading WHAT THE FUCK ?
COLIN BRALEY / REUTERS Humanity must learn to find meaning without relying on gods or extraterrestrials. by MICHAEL W. CLUNE Ever since the Renaissance, the sciences have dealt human beings a steady stream of humiliations. The Copernican revolution dismantled the idea that humanity stood at the center of the universe. A cascade of discoveries from the late-18th to the early-20th century showed that humanity was a lot less significant than some had imagined. The revelation of the geological timescale stacked millions and billions of years atop our little cultural narratives, crumbling all of human history to dust. The revelation that … Continue reading I Don’t Believe in Aliens Anymore
Why we downplay Fermi’s paradox. BY MILAN ĆIRKOVIĆ “How many kingdoms know us not!” —Blaise Pascal, Thoughts (1670) One summer’s day in 1950, the great Italian-American physicist Enrico Fermi was having lunch with the physicists Edward Teller, Emil Konopinski, and Herbert York at Los Alamos when the conversation turned to a flood of recent UFO sightings all over the United States. There were also, coincidentally, reports of trashcans going missing in New York City at the time. A New Yorker cartoon connected the dots and accused interstellar visitors of the misdeed. In the relaxed atmosphere of that lunchtime conversation, Fermi remarked that the New Yorker’s … Continue reading Our Attitude Toward Aliens Proves We Still Think We’re Special
BETTMANN / GETTY Humanity may be as few as 10 years away from discovering evidence of extraterrestrial life. Once we do, it will only deepen the mystery of where alien intelligence might be hiding. by DEREK THOMPSON Enrico Fermi was an architect of the atomic bomb, a father of radioactivity research, and a Nobel Prize–winning scientist who contributed to breakthroughs in quantum mechanics and theoretical physics. But in the popular imagination, his name is most commonly associated with one simple, three-word question, originally meant as a throwaway joke to amuse a group of scientists discussing UFOs at the Los Alamos … Continue reading But, Seriously, Where Are the Aliens?
The Little Sombrero galaxy NGC 7814.Photo courtesy ESA/Hubble & NASA After centuries searching for extraterrestrial life, we might find that first contact is not with organic creatures at all by Caleb Scharf is director of astrobiology at Columbia University in New York. He is the author of Extrasolar Planets and Astrobiology (2009), which won the Chambliss Astronomical Writing Award. His latest book is The Zoomable Universe: An Epic Tour Through Cosmic Scale, from Almost Everything to Nearly Nothing (2017). by Edited by Pam Weintraub We have a problem. In a 10-billion-year-old galaxy there should have been ample opportunity for at least one species to escape its … Continue reading What if ET is an AI?