They cannot keep the secrets much longer. Life is everywhere, in every galaxy. Panspermia
fact. That is the microbial transfer of genetic and biological material through planet to planet transfer of materials from major impacts, and
conflagrations that eject the life material into space to drift for millions of years until its falling into another planets gravitational well.
All life on Earth almost certainly appeared within several hundred million years from it's formation. 4.54 billion years later (do the math) we have a
planet teeming with life, from microbial on up to intelligent sentient beings. How life first got here is a question unanswered, but the fossil
record, and current organisms give us solid data that tells the story.
The first life where likely an organism that breached the primordial atmosphere, embedded deep in a meteor or meteorite drifting in space that slept
in a biological stasis for likely millions of years. Maybe from a close stellar neighbors planet, or from one of our own like Mars who might have had
life earlier but forming about the same time as Earth and the other planets in our solar system. But although Mars looks dead to us the upshot is that
despite its pockmarked appearance, the surface of Mars may be hundreds of millions of years younger than previously thought. It might have had life
like Earth. This, possibly and most likely affording us it's life.
The first life therefore were alien. Yes, we know what likely were the first aliens on Earth. They were called
. Super bacteria that are to regular bacteria as we are to cattle. They manage other
bacteria like livestock, can travel through a liquid medium at 35mph with nothing more than flagella propulsion. They eat everything, so are good
survivors. We use them in bio-reactors to convert garbage, including oils, cardboard and all other organic waste to natural gas. They are the most
intelligent microorganisms of their type and have a large genetic history database that even includes genes from when they were on another world.
So, life on other worlds is a solid "DUH!".
Intelligent life? I and many millions of others have seen evidence of that too. After all, many millions of populated worlds in this galaxy have
developed spaceflight technology capable of traversing the galaxy and other galaxies likely many millions of years, if not longer ago. They may have
seeded life on billions of worlds too.
I think we can only call ourselves intelligent if we don't kill ourself or defaecate on our beautiful living worlds biosphere. So the question of
classification is in jeopardy currently, but we fancy ourselves as such. I think we are Pre-Intelligent, or within the category of before we
understand the un-intelligence of destroying ourselves.
NASA is not being honest at many levels. They are a buffer tool for the real controllers of our so-called civilized world. They are military really,
but act like a public service. They are part of the control plan who don't want us to know how full of life our universe is so we will see them as the
most powerful and give them control of our future. They don't want us to know there are already others here, maybe from the beginning of Earth life
that run rings around our technology, or they would loose favor and control over us. The truth is, life is ubiquitous, period.
edit on 5/6/2011 by ZeroGhost because: OCD corrections