A UFO strikingly similar to one that appeared over Kelowna, British Columbia in 2003 has appeared there again. The 2003 incident also involved one of the few multiple witness abduction experiences with medically documented injuries to the witnesses. In addition, one of the clearest pieces of UFO video inread more

Astronomers continue in their quest to discover alien life forms in the cosmos, but naturalists suggest that they should look closer to home as there is still a host of undiscovered species lurking on our own planet.

This month a species that has defied classification for thirty years has finally been named by scientists, though they are still no further forward in determining what they are.

The weird species, described for the first time recently in the journal PLOS ONE, poses the question of how much we really know about life on this planet.

Religion has always been an emotive subject, and never more so than when introducing the idea of extra-terrestrial life to the devout. For some reason, most organised religions on the planet have rejected the idea of off-earth life forms as being somehow blasphemous.

Why God, who or whatever you believe Him to be, would exclude those from other planets seems incomprehensible to those with a more liberal mindset; this conviction still appears to prevail, however, as a recent article published in The Catholic Truth magazine appears to confirm:

A retired Astrobiologist who worked at NASA for 46 years has confirmed in a recent interview that alien life definitely exists.

In a recent interview with Lee Speigel of the Huffington Post (a recording of which accompanies this article), Richard Hoover described how, through his work with NASA and the Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC), he came to make extensive studies of micro-organisms living in extreme environments, including remains of biological entities discovered inside crashed meteorites from outer space.