Aliens that can travel light years do indeed exist, and always have!
The stark reality is that ET does in fact exist and has been visiting the Earth for Aeons. The truly funny part of all this is how people convince
themselves that they either do or do not exist. Folks will take perfectly good data and throw it away because they either don't want it to be so, or
they simply don't understand.
SO, many of y'all probably already know what 'm about to throw out, but, perhaps this time you will actually take a real look at the data and come to
a better understanding.
In 1961 or so Betty Hill was abducted by Extraterrestrials, it came to be understood that these aliens were from Zeta Reticuli, but honestly, there is
little evidence to "lock in" that origin...there are other places they may have been from.
Some time ago I began the project of analyzing Betty's "star map" an artifact that most discount, typically for illogical / non-scientific reasons,
and, I'm sorry man, that simply doesn't work...at all.
Betty's map consisted of 25 points she claimed were stars of ET's "trade and exploration" routes...later Marjory Fish gave us an interpretation of
that map...that is where the origin of Zeta Reticuli came from.
So the big question... is Betty's map valid? Answer: YES! Using modern technology...Astronomy, Computer science, and Mathematics tend to validate
In my project I used several programming languages (Python, C#, SQL) to extract star positions for all Hipparcos stars within 33 parsec and convert
them into 3D positions so that I could build a 3D model of those stars. I then used Betty's map as a "template" and Ms. Fish's interpretation as a
starting point. From this I determined that Betty's map was a 99.1% match to Ms. Fish's interpretation when those stars were viewed from HIP-26737 (a
"G" class star 122ly from Earth). That is a very close match...
Using mathematics and probability I found that doing what Betty did is nearly impossible, the probability of drawing 25 random points that actually
match real world stars is on the order of: 5.84795e-87
You can view my analysis here
a PDF is also available at that site.
And, on the travel faster than light part (so as to cross that vast void) Terrestrial science and engineering has already solved that issue, though
not on a practical / usable level as yet. But, to their very great success...a "warp drive" only needs a Fusion Reactor (of course we now need a
Fusion Reactor that works)...
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