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There are many examples of life living under extreme conditions here on earth of course.....a whole variety adapted to 'non-human' conditions.
Just curious, why doesn't testimony like Dr Edgar Mitchell's that I posted seem to spark any interest? I can rattle off many, many more people with credentials that are hard to dismiss. Not definitive by a long stretch, but in my mind at least, awfully intriguing as possible evidence worth exploring!
That’s a very important, and currently unavoidable fact. Another relevant circumstance is that SETI is done in the open. For example, at every radio telescope we’ve ever used, there are observatory (not SETI) personnel in the control room 24/7, not to mention local visitors and a raft of other interested parties (Jimi Hendrix’s sister, several Silicon Valley executives, Isaac Asimov’s daughter, and Miss Puerto Rico are among many who toured the control room at Arecibo during Project Phoenix observations). If we’re looking at an interesting signal – one that’s passing the tests that can separate the local interference from an extraterrestrial transmission – then a lot of people know, even before we call up someone in another state or another country to verify its reality. The excitement begins to build long before the detection is confirmed.What happens thereafter departs from the protocol, because the media start calling. When, in June of 1997, we had a suspicious signal on our computer screens, a New York Times science reporter was on the phone with me within hours. At the same time, a TV crew was, by chance, in the control room of the telescope. As it turned out, that signal, which slipped by our usual software filters due to an equipment malfunction, was from a European research satellite (SOHO) whose telemetry was bouncing around the steelwork of the radio telescope.It all means the following: you will be media-blasted about a possible detection days before the people who find it are certain it’s for real. (This may pose a dilemma for SETI Institute scientists, who always keep a bottle of champagne at the observing site. When do we pop the cork?) There’s also the near-certain consequence that there will be false alarms for SETI experiments in the future, as reporters describe interesting signals which, upon closer inspection, turn out to be telecommunication satellites, airport radar, or just electronic noise.
I just don't know how we can write off so many statements from so many credible individuals.
I am interested in how you are defining credible.
Quote from: Ophiolite on 19/08/2010 03:47:02I am interested in how you are defining credible. The key witness was the chief intelligence officer of the only atomic bomb military unit in the world. His job was to know aircraft. He stated clearly in his video testimony that the craft was unlike any found on earth.
Quote from: demografx on 19/08/2010 04:39:41Quote from: Ophiolite on 19/08/2010 03:47:02I am interested in how you are defining credible. The key witness was the chief intelligence officer of the only atomic bomb military unit in the world. His job was to know aircraft. He stated clearly in his video testimony that the craft was unlike any found on earth.But his job probably didn't entail identifying crashed weather balloons.
At the end of the day, there is no CREDIBLE testable evidence .....
At the end of the day, there is no CREDIBLE testable evidence
The US military say that the debris recovered from a high space weather event is that which is claimed as a body of an alien. Thanks for comments. Joe L. Ogan
I know that there were aliens in the spaceship that crashed at Roswell as I saw an autopsy conducted on TV on one of the bodies.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alien_autopsy
Well, there is really not much evidence of aliens but it is sort like religion, if you want to believe it, you do not need much evidence, just take it on faith! Thanks for comments. Joe L. Ogan
Aliens definitely exists. I have one now in my basement.
Do you have a name for him, her or it? Thanks for comments. Joe L. Ogan