Are Aliens going to invade Earth because of a NASA screw up?
Researchers from Oxford University are sounding the alarm that NASA plans to contact aliens. No, you didn’t misread that sentence. NASA is quite possibly in the beginning stages of a plan that would essentially paint a big bullseye on planet earth, which obviously seems like a really, really, bad idea.
What is NASA saying to these Aliens?
According to The Telegraph NASA intends to send a message with” basic mathematical and physical concepts to establish a universal means of communication, followed by information on the biochemical composition of life on Earth.” The eggheads want to explain exactly what we’re made of to any possible hostile aliens. But that’s not all they’re sending out there.
“It also includes the solar system’s location relative to major clusters of stars, along with digitized depictions of the solar system itself, Earth’s surface, and male and female humans. The message concludes with an invitation for intelligences to respond.”
If you’re thinking this sounds crazy and extremely naïve, you should know you aren’t alone. You’re actually in agreement with a couple of researchers from Oxford University. Those researchers are Dr. Anders Sanberg and Toby Ord.
“Dr Sandberg told The Telegraph that, although the chance of the message reaching an alien civilization was low, “it has such a high impact that you actually need to take it rather seriously.”
As for Toby Ord, he wrote a whole book about why this kind of thing is a bad idea:
Overall, wrote Dr Ord, “the main relevant question is the ratio of peaceful to hostile civilisations. We have very little evidence about whether this is high or low, and there is no scientific consensus. Given the downside could be much bigger than the upside, this doesn’t sound to me like a good situation in which to take active steps toward contact.”
There’s no way I can get behind sticking our necks out there in outer space and attempting to contact another life form. Think about it. Let’s just say this works and another life form is contacted by NASA. What’s the end game? These Aliens with their advanced technology roll up on Earth and then what? We’re all friends? Don’t think so.
That is considering the fact that aliens are not here already. UFO documents are being released by the Pentagon and more information is being declassified on a daily basis. There have been official videos released of UFO’s flying all around the globe and government agencies have already acknowledged them as being real videos and saying they have no explanation as to what we are seeing above the clouds.
Is it possible that this entire operation is just a false flag and a way to bring aliens out of the world of conspiracy theories and into the mainstream conversation? Sure seems like it. Send out a bunch of fake signals and then tell the world’s population that the signals worked, while brining aliens to the forefront of the conversation and taking all credit due to the signals we fired off into space.
Honestly, it seems like a pretty sound plan.
Regardless, I think British guys have a good idea how it goes when one group finds out about a nice piece of resource rich, habitable land. It’s usually not good for the people already there. If aliens do come to invade we won’t even be able to rely on Will Smith for protection since his wife ruined him.
I’m considering this a call to action. I want every man, woman, and child that reads this blog to contact NASA and say “Hey! Don’t sell us out to the aliens!”
Here’s a video of the speech from Independence Day to get you fired up before you send that email:
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