Some may harbor intelligent life - It has now been found that there must be many small, rocky planets in our galaxy, and probably spread across the universe. This means that the likelihood of there being intelligent life elsewhere could be very substantial, and a radio survey of such plants could become possible, that might lead to the discovery of signals from civilizations using technology similar to our own.
The powerful new Keper satellite space observatory has discovered more than 700 of these planets. Will we be hearing from any of them soon? Probably only if the inhabitants think it's safe.
Stephen Hawking, the world's most famous quantum physicist, thinks we could get off the planet Earth SOON. The Master of the Key told Whitley that the reason we have not yet explored space is because the parents of the child who would have made that technology possible was killed in the holocaust. Now Hawking says, "Our only chance of long-term survival is not to remain inward looking on planet Earth, but to spread out into space."PhysOrg.com quotes Hawking as saying, "We are entering an increasingly dangerous period of our history. Our population and our use of the finite resources of planet Earth are growing exponentially, along with our technical ability to change the environment for good or ill. Our future is in space."
This week, we bring you TWO stories about UFOs, one report from a witness about a famous UFO sighting in the UK and another, more personal, interview for subscribers about the Visitors one witness has personally met and what he has learned from them.
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