No one knows the answer for sure, but it is a question that has been debated for ages. If history is to be believed, aliens have been a subject of mysticism in civilizations of places such as India, China, Babylon, South America and Arabia.
GLOBAL governments are preparing the world for an imminent announcement that intelligent aliens exist and are already here on Earth, it has astonishingly been alleged. Conspiracy theorists have claimed for years aliens have been visiting Earth and world leaders are aware of it but it has been kept from the public under an alleged “truth embargo” amid fears of the impact it would have on religion and the rule of law. Researchers of this topic know these conclusions are true and it is now time for humanity to learn these truths.
But while Anonymous is right to point out that NASA is probably closer than ever in human history to discovering extraterrestrial life, it may be a leap to say concrete evidence for it exists. NASA has made statements recently that suggest that the discovery of aliens is a matter of when, rather than if. “Taking into account all of the different activities and missions that are specifically searching for evidence of alien life, we are on the verge of making one of the most profound, unprecedented discoveries in history,” said Thomas Zurbuchen, the associate administrator of NASA’s Science Mission Directorate, before the House Committee on Science, Space in April. But while Zurbuchen and others at NASA are enthusiastic about the prospect of finding alien life, they have not claimed to have actually done so. One of Nasa’s partners has said that he is “absolutely convinced” aliens exist and that they are living on Earth right now. Robert Bigelow, an entrepreneur who is working closely with Nasa on future space missions, has suggested that he knows that our planet has an alien presence that is “right under our noses”.
Stephen Hawking, who has recently said that humans should find alternative planets on which to live, has warned that if alien life forms reach out to Earth, human beings should be careful in how they respond. And while space researchers are close to being able to identify extraterrestrial life, current telescopes do not allow them to spot the chemical fingerprints—traces of water and gases that indicate life, known as biosignatures on planets outside the solar system. That will soon change. In 2018, NASA will launch the James Webb Space Telescope, an ultra-sensitive device that means they will be able to observe traces of extraterrestrial life, should they exist.
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