Where No Man Has Gone Before

Ever since I was a child, I have anticipated the arrival of an alien life form on Earth. Proof positive that we are not alone in the limitless universe.

However, I had long since given up on the chance of this happening before I died. Or ever in the future.

Then I read this…

https://www.bostonglobe.com/2022/07/18/metro/mysterious-radio-signal-has-been-detected-distant-galaxy-mit-says/

39 thoughts on “Where No Man Has Gone Before

  1. I’ve always felt that in such a huge universe, it would very egotistical for man to think he was the only life form. Technically, in our definition of time, we are a rather young planet – so how many other planets had an earlier start than ours? The numbers are incomprehensible.

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      1. Steven Hawking said we should beware of that. Remember what happened when outsiders landed by the Native Americans. It’s not always a pleasant experience, they may be stronger, smarter and carry dreadful diseases.
        Take care.

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  2. If you can find it, you might enjoy reading “The Day After Roswell”, by Philip Corso, a retired military man, who had top level access to all the files & artefacts; he might be dead by now, but he is quite categorical that alien life exists, visited us before & at the time of the Roswell crash, and that much of their tech was reverse-engineered to give us microchips, fibre optics, lasers, and much more. Is it true? It’s very convincing 😀 Cheers, Jon.

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  3. Don’t forget FRB signals take hundreds, thousands, or even millions of years to reach us, just like light, Pete, so the signal sources might have long since died off. Even the galaxies and stars shown in the Webb and Hubble telescope photos are not actually now even in the locations being photographed.

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