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Scientists estimate that there are 100 billion galaxies in the universe, each of which has 100 billion stars. Are we the only beings in all that vastness who can count to 42?
Maybe. But maybe not.
Have you seen a UFO? Has someone you know seen one? Did you know that several of the most famous astronauts, two of whom have walked on the moon, are on record saying that they know aliens exist, and are here?
The Internet is overflowing with conspiracies about aliens. Hollywood can’t stop pumping out movies featuring them. And yet – if the truth is out there – why don’t we all know about it? Or is the truth that we really are alone, and because that’s scary we populate our empty universe with monsters?
When you look into the sky, what do you see?
A lot of people say they have seen them. And more and more say they have videotaped them. And that includes several famous astronauts. But there are fakes galore out there, and crazies too. It’s hard to make sense of it all.
One thing we do know is that some governments have released information that appears to explicitly confirm that their military has had encounters with alien crafts. That list includes Belgium and Ecuador.
Are secrets really being protected? Or are people seriously paranoid? Conspiracy theories thrive in the absence of open discussion, but are we just obsessing idiotically, as some skeptics believe? Or are some storytellers reliable? Ask around – has anyone you know seen one?