posted on Jan, 2 2014 @ 01:14 AM
So what do you all make of all this "in your face" alien activity?
Interest in alien imagery has had spikes or peaks in just about every decade since the 1940s. There's nothing new about that.
One thing that I've noticed is that it tends to coincide with things such as space exploration or very popular space themed sci-fi TV shows/movies.
Right now you have one pop star who claims to be an alien as well so is it a lot to think that stuff such as all the habitable exoplanet discoveries
being made, the realization that the basic ingredients for life like water are pretty much everywhere in the universe in some form or another and our
own exploration of the planet Mars would lead to more pop-culture references to aliens?
Could 2014 finally be the year of disclosure?
If there was something to disclose (which I very much doubt) then 2014 would be no different than any other year.
What you will get this year are more reports of habitable exoplanets, more water worlds, more planets whose atmosphere's have been roughly analyzed,
perhaps showing that our planet is a little less of the "special case" many thought it to be.
That's about it at least until 2018-19 or so when we may actually find the signatures of life on a far world with the James Webb Space Telescope.
(Assuming it is operational by then).
As for crop circles like this one. They are certain hoaxes as this one will be revealed to be any day now.
Salinas, California is not far from the SETI Institute. If any aliens made such a crop circle for "First Contact" they're pretty stupid.
They could have conveyed much more information by dropping into their Mountain View, CA offices or sending a message to the Hat Creek Observatory
array also not far away from Salinas (in a cosmic sense).
edit on 2-1-2014 by JadeStar because: (no reason given)
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