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NASA Says There's Alien Life on Moon of Saturn

We don't know if there are aliens on the moon, but we DO know that NASA has uncovered evidence of what it calls "primitive aliens" on Titan, one of Saturn's biggest moons.

NASA concluded this after its Cassini probe analyzed the complex chemistry if the surface of Titan. But other astronomers say the moon is too cold to have liquid water and thus it can have no life.

However, NASA has also noted hydrogen gas flowing throughout Titan's atmosphere, meaning that alien life could breathe.

In the Telegraph, Andrew Hough quotes NASA astrobiologist Charles McKay as saying, "We suggested hydrogen consumption because it's the obvious gas for life to consume on Titan, similar to the way we consume oxygen on Earth.

"If these signs do turn out to be a sign of life, it would be doubly exciting because it would represent a second form of life independent from water-based life on Earth."

Hough quotes astronomer John Zarnecki as saying, "We believe the chemistry is there for life to form. It just needs heat and warmth to kick-start the process. In four billion years' time, when the Sun swells into a red giant, it could be paradise on Titan."

Maybe we should go there next. But before we escape the earth, which we are rapidly destroying, we need to find a better way to travel in space. So why aren't we doing this yet?

In 1998, a mysterious man that Whitley Strieber calls the Master of the Key burst into his hotel room in Toronto and told him all kinds of things he didn't know, such as the provocative statement that we are stuck on this planet because the parents of the child who would have given us the ability to travel into space was killed in the holocaust!



"Before we escape earth, which we are rapidly destroying, we need to find a better way to travel in space." I have another idea: How about nurturing and protecting and preserving Earth, our home planet, instead of destroying it? I don't care about traveling in space; just want to enjoy this incredible planet that gives us life. We don't even know all we need to know about *it.*

I'll Second That Crow Girl !!

Let's be realistic. We should protect our home, Earth, and preserve it as long as possible, along with its beautiful diversity of life; however, we must also be realistic that it cannot continue to support a growing population that is in the billions. We cannot turn back the clock on population growth. The only alternative is unthinkable. We do not need to escape Earth, we need to leave it willingly just as a baby bird spreads its wings to fly, explore new horizons, and grow, intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually. We should hope that Earth will remain that 'special' place as we become part of the greater galactic community.

I believe that in some reality, some other timeline perhaps, the child who was never born due to the death of his parents in the holocaust, WAS born, or how else would the Master of the Key be aware of it? ...And which timeline are we in now? Do we really know? Was the Master of the Key from another timeline? How many other possibilities are out there waiting for us beyond the child who was never born?

As far as the earth is concerned, unfortunately, mankind has become a disease organism. If there are any independent observers beyond our world, who is to say that they would allow us to spread our wings into their world.

I think it's sad when people know they are causing major damage to Earth, and the only thing they think of is leaving it so they can do the same to another world, Man's main concern should be reversing the damage done, especially in the oceans, which mankind has done their worst. Actually, man could be considered a parasite because it is willing to strip an entire planet of it's beauty and life, and simply move on to the next planet where they can do the same thing.

Also, how many atomic bombs were exploded when they were testing them in the 50's? When they were going to set off one in the stratosphere, some scientists said that it might literally set the atmosphere on fire and they did it anyway, and lets not forget that they even did this under the oceans. Over 2000 tests were done! How many does it take to realize that it works?
http://www.theatlantic.com/infocus/2011/05/when-we-tested-nuclear-bombs/...

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