If we encountered alien technology far superior to our own, would we even realize what it was? Technology a million or more years in advance of ours would appear miraculous, just as an airplane or TV set would seem miraculous to prehistoric man.

Astrobiologist Paul Davis thinks that advanced technology might not even be made of matter, that it might have no size, shape or boundaries. It may not appear to do anything at all that we can figure out.
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Are museums starting to take UFOs seriously? The National Atomic Testing Museum in Las Vegas has opened an exhibit titled "Area 51: Myth or Reality," which contains what they claim is an "authentic alien artifact" from a 1986 UFO crash in Russia.

A description of the debris reads: "Three Soviet academic centers and 11 research institutes analyzed the objects from this UFO crash. The distance between atoms is different from ordinary iron. Radar cannot be reflected from the material."
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NASA researchers are analyzing the light reflected by Earth–and other planets–to try to figure out which ones have conditions that might harbor life. The Earth shines with a blue light and stands out clearly among the other planets, "like a blue jay in a flock of seagulls." In PhysOrg.com, Daniel Pendick quotes researcher Carolyn Crow as saying, "The method we developed separates the planets out. It makes Earth look unique." Pendick quotes NASA astronomer Lucy McFadden as saying, "Eventually, as telescopes get bigger, there will be the light-gathering power to look at the colors of planets around other stars.read more

At this website, we get hundreds of links to video of UFOs and aliens, and many actual videos sent to us, usually of UFOs taken at night. Much of this video we do not do anything with, either because it is of a light at night that could really be anything, or because it is obviously a simple computer generated graphic.

In our new “Out There” section, which aggregates without editing, we will usually post links to interesting and unusual video, even without evaluating it. For the main news section of the site, however, we do evaluate any images, video or still, that we might post and comment on.
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