UFOs in the news - LIfe from other worlds

  • I don't vouch for the credibility of this site so if anyone thinks not worth considering please post. On first glance seems better documented than the usual story.

    Intelligence Officials Say U.S. Has Retrieved Craft of Non-Human Origin - The Debrief
    In a Debrief exclusive, Ralph Blumenthal and Leslie Kean report that a former official says the U.S. has retrieved craft of non-human origin.

    Also I think we have a category for this so will move when I find it.

  • This is only about classified operations and the political struggle around partial disclosures. No evidence regarding alien systems and materials is provided. So, no, it is like the usual story but without any evidence.

  • While Don and Elli are posting substantive material on translating Greek, I am posting UFO stories or debunkings of them.

    I gather we are entering a season that for some reason possibly unrelated to the actual evidence the topic of UFOs is becoming more popular. I still fully expect extraterrestrial life to be found at some point in our lifetimes, but sounds like it may be in the form of fossils or underground on Venus or Mars before higher forms are found. And while the religionists will dismiss the findings as irrelevant to their faith, the finding will be major an opening with the more fair-minded ones.

    Red Flag: Alien spacecraft 'whistleblower' has never seen actual evidence of UFOs, and all of his sources are anonymous
    Zero evidence. Zero non-anonymous sources. Zero credibility.

  • I'm pinning my hopes on the Europa mission

    “All these worlds are yours except Europa. Attempt no landing there.” (A Space Odyssey, 2010: The Year We Make Contact)

    "We must try to make the end of the journey better than the beginning, as long as we are journeying; but when we come to the end, we must be happy and content." (Vatican Saying 48)

  • Having definitive proof of extraterrestrial life would change our perspective on how we see the Universe and our place in it. Waking up one day from dead universe into alive universe would be yet another nail in the coffin of religions which build their business model on human desire to be special.

    We know very little about the Universe but we already have some understanding of how big it is how some of its laws work. Now, imagine a situation that there's a civilisation out there advanced enough to conquer the vastness of space and break out from the iron fist rule of time just to travel to Earth to crash their spaceship here or, worse, to get randomly captured by species that can barely get their feet off the ground. That idea, to me, is laughable at best.

    For that reason I put publications like the one above in my mental library in the same section I store religious publications. I named that section 'Delusions and Wishful Thinking'.