It seems like everyone and everyone’s uncle is commenting and talking about Stephen Hawking’s recent comments about Alien Beings. I am not going to be any different – I must chime in. As I write this I am listening to/watching the debate on Larry King Live about this whole Hawking event and Alien contact. And may I mention Dan Aykroyd is making a stand for us – the out-there UFO researchers. Note: I love Hawking and in his own right he is a great being, maybe an Alien Being. My comments are mixed with the original text in bold , italics and separated in a block quote
TEXT from ABC News by Ki Mae Heussner April 26th 2010 ( also its in quotation Marks)
“Alien encounters may seem like sure-fire winners to Hollywood, but one of the world’s most famous scientists thinks they may be “too risky” [to?] be worth seeking”.
Forget the seeking – they are here and have been here for hundreds and thousands of years; at least 150 different beings have visited through inter-dimensional portals.
“Steven Hawking discusses the risks he says alien life poses to humans.”
We are so over the top on the risk aspect – it’s like playing a slot machine in a firecracker factory with a fire raging around us
“In a new Discovery Channel documentary, which premiered Sunday night, British astrophysicist Stephen Hawking said that communicating with aliens could be a threat to Earth.
Hawking said it is likely that alien life exists, but a visit from extraterrestrials might be similar to Christopher Columbus’ arrival in the Americas.”
Hawking is doing human thinking, but these beings are not human – always remember that
“If aliens visit us, the outcome would be much as when Columbus landed in America, which didn’t turn out well for the Native Americans,” he said. “We only have to look at ourselves to see how intelligent life might develop into something we wouldn’t want to meet.”
Columbus was not a good guy – how very true that is
“In the new program, “Into the Universe with Stephen Hawking,” he speculated that aliens’ capabilities “would be only limited by how much power they could harness and control, and that could be far more than we might first imagine.”
Agree a thousand percent
“He said it might even be possible for aliens to harvest the energy from an entire star.
“Such advanced aliens would perhaps become nomads, looking to conquer and colonize whatever planets they can reach,” Hawking said.”
Most, if not all, of the Alien travel is done through wormholes/portals – some would call them UFOs
“But don’t start worrying quite yet. It’s unlikely that those traveling troublemakers will visit us anytime soon, said space watchers.”
Too late guys !!!
“Jill Tarter, director of the Center for SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Life [Intelligence?]) Research at the SETI Institute, said that her center uses radio telescopes and optical telescopes to listen for signals of technology from extraterrestrial life. So far, after more than 40 years, there has not been a peep.”
SETI – biggest waste of money; even NASA and our government stopped supporting this endeavor years ago. But the Government still likes the cover SETI provides them as US Government agencies continue to study and research UFOs and their pilot beings.
“She said SETI’s technology is advanced enough that it can detect signals from up to 1,000 light-years away. There are about one million stars in that zone. A signal could have been sent 1,000 years ago, before that civilization had any knowledge of Earth.
But she said that as humans have leaked radio and television broadcasts into space over the past 100 years, it’s possible that other planets could be monitoring Earth.”
I bet they love the soap operas.
“It’s quite reasonable that we might be on someone’s transmission list,” she said.
She emphasized, however, that though it’s an effort worth considering, SETI doesn’t actively transmit messages to space. So far, it has only listened.”
Maybe that would be a good mission for SETI – to project Love and Peace into the universe.
“The question of whether or not we should transmit is a question that deserves a global conversation, and we’re trying to figure out how to have that,” Tarter said.
Ian O’Neill, space producer for Discovery News, an ABC News partner, said that humans didn’t start leaking transmissions into space until the first radio broadcasts about 100 years ago. Given that our galaxy alone is 100,000 light years across, relatively speaking, he said, those signals haven’t traveled too far.”
Of course that human thinking forgets maybe the beings have a technology that can grab distant waves.
“We’ve only tapped into our cosmic neighborhood recently,” he said.”That time scale is huge.”
He also said that though scientists believe that life exists across the universe, there’s no actual evidence of it yet. It could be hundreds, if not thousands, of years, he said, before human messages get an extraterrestrial response.
And if aliens do visit Earth, who knows what they would be like, he said.”
Some I believe are/will be like us and others will be/are very different, very strange from a human viewpoint.
“This is all complete speculation,” he said. “[Hawking’s] point is very much one-sided. There’s an equal chance of meeting a friendly race, like our own.” “Like our own” – please – we are probably the most violent race of beings in the universe.
Tarter, asked about Hawking’s vision of aggressive aliens, said there’s a “huge range of possibilities and lots of speculation.”
“Stephen’s is one and [though] he’s a brilliant man, I’m not quite sure that his opinion has any more authority over mine or anyone else’s,” she said. “It’s just a question. We don’t know the answer.”
I know the answer. Stephen is brilliant by human standards; he knows possibilities are infinite and that is what keeps a truth-seeker like him going. One more question to the human race: Do you really think you are worth the trouble of an Alien Race to consider contacting you?
Sleep Tight for tomorrow has many possibilities to ENJOY.