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Originally posted by Faiol
reply to post by Matrix Rising
the reality is this: if they find traces of aliens, they probably consulted some guys in the scientific community ... so, who knows ...
Into the Universe With Stephen Hawking
Originally posted by MrVertigo
Cool! Thanks for the heads up.
The timing is certainly very interesting. This fits right in with what Richard Hoagland has been talking about with Mars' moon Phobos recently.
Here's a radio show with him on that subject: www.theunexplained.tv...
Buzz Aldrin has also been going on about Phobos for a while now.
And he rode with Obama on Air Force One on the way to the space summit recently.
The timing of the Stephen Hawkings programmes are also interesting. & there are many more things going on.
I've always been skeptical about official disclusure happening but it really looks like things are heating up.
Originally posted by Terviseks
"NASA will hold a news media teleconference at 1:30 p.m. EDT, Wednesday, April 28, to discuss the status of agency-sponsored astrobiology research, including the search for evidence of extraterrestrial life and the study of how life began on Earth.
The problem with the Big Bang, Alfvén believed, is similar to that with Chapman's theories, which the scientific community accepted mistakenly for decades: Astrophysicists have tried too hard to extrapolate the origin of the universe from mathematical theories developed on the blackboard. The appeal of the Big Bang, said Alfvén, has been more ideological than scientific. When men think about the universe, there is always a conflict between the mythical approach and the empirical scientific approach. In myth, one tries to deduce how the gods must have created the world - what perfect principles must have been used."
To Alfvén, the Big Bang was a myth - a myth devised to explain creation. "I was there when Abbe Georges Lemaitre first proposed this theory," he recalled. Lemaitre was, at the time, both a member of the Catholic hierarchy and an accomplished scientist. He said in private that this theory was a way to reconcile science with St. Thomas Aquinas' theological dictum of creatio ex nihilo or creation out of nothing.
Originally posted by ElectricUniverse
Anyway, does anyone know more or less what they talked about?
Could someone make a summary of what was said? Thanks.
Your writting is very hard to understand. Could you tell us what is written there an it's significance to the NASA conference? Thanks.