posted on Apr, 12 2012 @ 06:06 PM
I consider myself a skeptical. But, to quote the famous quote, I want to believe. But most important, I'm a curious person. With that in mind;
I don't know if it's just me, but I'm amazed by the huge number of articles, news topics, reports, documentaries and general media interest in
exo-planets and "ground-breaking discoveries" about life outside earth and/or its possibilities. Like this one for instance (
"Do intelligent dinosaurs really rule alien
Again, even though I love to read crazy theories, speculations and unsolved mysteries, my skeptical approach never let me goes too deep on this
matters. But since the military's disclosure "domino effect" around the world and The Kepler telescope started to public announce that we might be
surprised by the actual outcome of Drakes' Equation, so to speak, I'm really starting to believe in some of the "wacky theorists" around here.
Almost every day something new comes out. The NASA's Alien bacteria, the Lake Vostok, earthlike exoplanets and now this. It's like we are being
slowly and patiently fed with enough scientific data and support to accept something bigger. I just have this feeling; something huge is brewing.
Anyway, I don't want to jump into any conclusion or accept any theory as factual. But for the first time in my life I'm happily siding with
conspiracy theory. I even create my own account here to be able to post.
Anyway, something bigger or not, life on mars being acknowledged is something big! Let's hope for more.