Are we alone in the universe?
- Regarding the size of the universe, space.com says, 'The current width of the observable universe is about 90 billion light-years. And presumably, beyond that boundary, there's a bunch of other random stars and galaxies.'
- According to NASA, dark matter and dark energy account for 95% of the universe, with galaxies, stars, and planets accounting for the rest.
- On December 25, 2021, the James Webb Telescope, 'the world's premier infrared space observatory of the next decade,' was launched from the European Space Agency's Centre Spatial Guyanais (CSG) spaceport in French Guiana. Its 'sensitive instruments will detect infrared radiation from Solar System planets, exoplanets, stars, nebulae, and galaxies. These observations will help us to better understand the early universe, how galaxies and stars change over time, and the characteristics of other worlds.'
- The Institute of Physics describes the Big Bang theory as an event that happened 13.8 billion years ago where 'the energy making up everything in the cosmos we see today was squeezed inside an inconceivably small space – far tinier than a grain of sand, or even an atom. Then, this unimaginably hot and dense cauldron – for whatever reason – ballooned at a terrifying rate…[with] the concepts of time, space and the laws of physics very quickly solidified.'
The multitude of UFO sightings worldwide are probably black projects–secret military undertakings by major world governments. At least $35 trillion is completely missing in the Pentagon's budget–more than enough to create very advanced, space-age technology. We know for a fact that the Pentagon experimented with all kinds of strange flying objects, including 'flying wing' type aircraft, the Avro Aircar, and other craft that could be mistaken as flying saucers.
We have no evidence of advanced life anywhere else in the universe: no radio signals, no strange anomalies spotted by telescopes–nothing. Without evidence, we must go with the most conservative scientific conclusion and assume that life does not exist beyond Earth. The Drake Equation stated that there were between 1,000 and 1 million planets with civilizations within the Milky Way Galaxy. But if this were true, then where are all the intelligent life forms? Why can't we observe them? If we use Occam's Razor, the simplest and most logical conclusion is that there are no intelligent civilizations in our Galaxy and that we are, in fact, alone.
Even though we've only been broadcasting radio signals for 100 years, we have also been broadcasting biosignatures for billions of years. You would expect intelligent life forms to detect these and make contact.
Finally, the Earth is in an absolutely ideal position to support life. Consider the distance from the sun, the nature of our core, the atmosphere, the type of sun, the mass of our moon, and the fact that Jupiter protects us from meteoric impacts. From everything that we have been able to observe, these particular circumstances are extremely rare and therefore not easy to replicate.
UFO sightings with hundreds of corresponding witness accounts are long documented. More compelling and credible than ever, the US military recently declassified evidence revealing numerous encounters with unidentified aerial phenomena, or UAP. Reliable sources like high-ranking military personnel and respected astronauts confirm UAP sightings, inexplicable movements, and interference with nuclear testing facilities.
Archaeologists continuously find curious evidence suggesting the presence, interaction with, and even assistance of alien life throughout history. Skulls were ritually elongated to emulate figures of godlike creatures, and some appear organically elongated, indicative of the idolized beings. Astounding relics tens of thousands of years old include massive, impressive pyramids and an underwater city for giants, all of which defy known capabilities of their era. A newly uncovered intelligent human cross-species pre-dates man’s previously believed origin by many millennia, with a genetic composition that defies explanation and artifacts demonstrating artful industry long before we thought possible.
Several ancient stories align on catastrophic events, along with the existence and aid of magical creatures, and science increasingly corroborates what was formerly dubbed folklore. Man’s wisest ancestors are known for profound celestial knowledge. Centuries-old works of art famously depict alien objects like flying saucers. Remnants of ancient civilizations are marveled at with confusion surrounding advancements, lacking indications of tools to explain grand architectural achievements.
Glaring gaps in our pieced-together story and the growing frequency of head-scratching discoveries prompt more and more leading minds to accept the once-taboo theories of alien life. Humanity’s own presence is evidence of organic life’s possibility to exist in our incomprehensibly immense universe, and within it, the massive Milky Way Galaxy alone could potentially be home to thousands of advanced species. It’s actually mathematically improbable that we’re alone.