posted on Jun, 11 2008 @ 06:09 PM
I have been interested in the whole phenonema of UFO's since the early 70's when I had my first sightings of what I believe were UFO's.
I have visted many websites, read many articles and asked as many questions as I could of everyone who appeared to be knowledgable in this field.
I am led to believe that S.E.T.I. is a completely private organisation with no links to N.A.S.A. or any branch of the U.S. Military. Am I completely
right in this thinking?
I am led to believe that S.E.T.I. is serious in its work and is actively searching for signs of "extra terrestrial intelligence". So far they
haven't found any. Am I correct in this thinking?
Now bear with me whilst I set up my $64,000 question.
We have all heard about and seen the "Hubble Deep Space Telescope". We have seen, and marvelled at, the images from distant Galaxies, some over
1,000,000 Light years away from Earth. The details have been outstanding. If the Hubble Telescope is so good, why haven't S.E.T.I. sought permission
to use it to further their search for ET?
I have read many post from many sources that have said that Aliens come from; Zeta Reticula 2, the Pleaides Constellation, Lyra, Orions Belt amongst
others. Surely the Hubble Telescope could be directed at these "targets" in turn at full magnification, or whatever is needed to secure a detailed
image, and the resulting images would determine if there was or wasn't life, intelligent or otherwise, within these ,supposed, hot-spots?
Am I being naive or is S.E.T.I. just a convenient "cover-up tool" for the benefit of the U.S. Military. A Disinformation Department and the truth of
whether there is intelligent life in the Universe is already well known?