“We are on the cusp of discovering alien civilizations”, NASA’s top scientists have said.
They have very recently predicted that we are just one generation away from finding something in our Milky Way neighborhood, which is bustling with environments conducive to life…….let the Drip Feeding of Disclosure begin!
The NASA Scientists made their comments at a panel discussion Tuesday, the scientists predict that the first discoveries will definitely come within a decade. Chief scientist Ellen Stofan believes we’ll have “definitive evidence within 20 to 30 years,” as “in most cases we have the technology, and we’re on a path to implementing it. And so I think we’re definitely on the road.” Ellen Stofan has been asked about UFO’s and Aliens before but always kept quiet when asked….
“I think we’re one generation away in our solar system, where it’s on an icy moon or on Mars, and one generation [away] on a planet around a nearby star,” former astronaut John Grunsfeld said at the session.
“Sometime in the near future, people will be able to point to a star and say, ‘that star has a planet like Earth’,” said Sara Seager, professor of planetary science and physics at MIT.
“Just imagine the moment, when we find potential signatures of life,” concurred Matt Mountain, a top space telescope boffin.
“Imagine the moment when the world wakes up and the human race realizes that its long loneliness in time and space may be over – the possibility we’re no longer alone in the universe.”
“I think in the next 20 years we will find out we are not alone in the universe,” added NASA astronomer Kevin Hand.
NASA has made some huge strides in both spotting distant worlds and analysing their chemical composition. Stofan said: “We know where to look.” Indeed, the Kepler mission has found no shortage of rocks that could support life, while icy moons in our own galaxy have long been suspected to hold incredible secrets deep beneath their own icey crust – among them Jupiter’s enigmatic moons – especially Europa, where a gargantuan body of water rages beneath the thin surface and water vapour’s are literally sprayed 200 km upward, giving clues to life-supporting minerals beneath. This while Ganymede is thought to have more water than all of Earth’s oceans combined!
The same can also be said of Saturn’s satellite Enceladus. Scientists found evidence to suggest that, like our more distant galactic neighbours, Mars also harboured entire oceans, the cracks and scars on its surface appearing to be made by raging water currents full of salt. All of these scenarios makes the Milky Way quite “a soggy place,” according to the director of NASA’s Astrophysics Division, Paul Hertz.
“We can see water in the interstellar clouds from which planetary systems and stellar systems form,” he says. “We can see water in the disks of debris that are going to become planetary systems around other stars, and we can even see comets being dissipated in other solar systems as [their] star evaporates them.”
The now well known Mars rover Curiosity, which is actually stationed on the Red Planet, continues to dazzle scientists daily with intriguing new finds. Just two weeks ago, it discovered organic molecules containing carbon and “fixed” nitrogen – elements which are central to ALL known life. The mars Rover has also got many people talking about NASA hiding images from Mars which prove that there was once life on the Red Planet!
The Kepler mission’s amazing success has also been a godsend – its lens measuring the very tiniest changes in the light intensity of a star, as a planet passes by it. With its robotic eye, it showed us that life and rocky worlds should be far more common in our galaxy than the likes of gassy Saturn and Jupiter!
Numerous advances in both technology and our ability to implement it means that we are also accelerating the pace more than ever. One US company has recently just been given a grant for its plasma rocket to reach Mars in JUST 39 days, while NASA itself is already hard at work on developing a new Mars lander that resembles a Flying saucer and promises to make it possible to “safely land heavier spacecraft” on alien planets!
It has become very clear that Humanity is now facing two major separate challenges in space: the first one is finding signs of intelligent life, the other is identifying potentially habitable environments. While one may rush to tie the two together, the latter is a considerably easier proposition to make.
Stofan is all but certain the manned mission to Mars will emerge with spectacular discoveries, which kind of confirms the conspiracy theories that are going around about their being signs of ancient civilizations on Mars, something which NASA has been accused of trying to cover up:
“I’m a field geologist;
I go out and break open rocks and look for fossils,” she said.
“Those are hard to find. So I have a bias that it’s eventually going to take humans on the surface of Mars — field geologists, astrobiologists, chemists — actually out there looking for that good evidence of life that we can bring back to Earth for all the scientists to argue about.”
Europa will see us much sooner than that. As soon as 2022, our $2.1 billion will get to work on probing the mysteries of its oceans. And then there are the water vapours, spotted in the region next to the southern pole….Could there be life lurking under those deep under the Ice Oceans?!
These exciting discoveries are accompanied by huge strides in lens technologies NASA says will be central to finding alien life within at least two decades. Already there are several contenders for the next King of telescopes, their tech specs threatening to leave the famed Hubble far behind; among them the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), which cost the space agency a fat $8.8 billion.
The technology on-board the impressive Telescope is strong enough to peer at distant ‘super-Earths’ and analyse the possible chemical composition of those worlds, the gasses they spew out being strong indicators of life. For direct signs, however, we still need to take good old photos of the rocks, according to Hertz. That is why NASA is hard at work on the next generation of telescopes – one that will feature a coronagraph.
The device is invaluable for blocking out the glare of the host stars of the exoplanets, giving us a clear view of the celestial bodies. It’s set to launch sometime in the mid-2020s….just imagine being able to stare out at and see other potential civilized worlds buzzing with life, but if we can see them one things for sure, somebody out there has already seen us!
The OFFICIAL Drip Feeding Of Disclosure – Summary
Well here it is people the news that we all wanted to hear, NASA admitting firstly that there IS Alien life out there and secondly confirming that we will find ‘where’ the Aliens are!
This piece of important news gets the alarm bells ringing with people shouting out loud “Disclosure Disclosure!” and yes this is a great piece of Drip Feeding Disclosure, building us up to the inevitable that Aliens exists not too far from us (in the greater scheme of things!).
It’s clear to many of us that we are being visited by Alien Beings, and if we know and have seen like a lot of us have NASA know this very well too! NASA and the Governments of this world know A LOT more than they are letting on…..do you think it’s a coincidence that Aliens are making the News nowadays? NO!
Is it a coincidence that Scientists are firing up the Large Hadron Collider again? NO! These two key areas are VERY important in discovering the Truth!
It is clear that NASA and the Scientists of this world KNOW that we are not alone…and are seeking ways to travel beyond the stars just like our ET friends……but at what risk to mankind!?
These are exciting times, Science Fiction is now becoming Science FACT! So lets keep digging for the truth.
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