Are we being told the truth about life on other planets?

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  1. profile image57
    B The Greatposted 8 years ago

    Are we being told the truth about life on other planets?

    Do you believe everything that NASA tells us about the existence of life on planets in our solar system?

  2. rafken profile image79
    rafkenposted 8 years ago

    No I do not. I believe that they have already found proof that aliens do, or at least did, live on other planets in our Solar System. I think that what they may not know, is if they evolved here or were just visiting. Often there are photos taken that sometimes resemble something not made by nature alone, one example would be the photo on Mars that seems to resemble a railway station and railway lines. All NASA did was say that they were not railway lines but did not say what they really were. Perhaps they know or perhaps they don't but it seems strange that these "railway lines" appeared to end at the edge of a crater, the same crater as that which the latest rover was sent to. Why send it there if they have already photographed the area and have been quoted as saying that there was nothing there?

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      B The Greatposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      @ rafken: I am with you.  There was a time when you could view live feeds from NASA now you can't.  Why would you airbrush pictures before they are released to the public?  If there is nothing to hide then why hide anything.

  3. scottcgruber profile image77
    scottcgruberposted 8 years ago

    NASA is not the only source of information on the solar system. There are a few other nations with space programs, and many public and private institutions with telescopes. NASA is one space agency, and a very successful one given their tiny slice of the federal budget.

    If life were found on another planet or moon in the solar system, why would NASA cover it up? The discovery that other life exists in the solar system would be the most significant scientific find in history, would undoubtedly win Nobel Prizes for the discoverers, and would quadruple the agency's budget. The idea that they'd be sitting on this information is simply ludicrous.

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      B The Greatposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      @Scottcgruber: There is a well known black budget that funds NASA behind the scenes.  I believe that they have a vested interest in covering up life on other planets because it would possibly destroy religions and civilization on our planet.

    2. scottcgruber profile image77
      scottcgruberposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      And where's the evidence for this "well-known secret budget?"

    3. profile image57
      B The Greatposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      You are right there is no evidence.  There is only the Blackbird, Stealth jets, and all of the lights in the sky reported as UFO's that don't really exist as well.  Everyone is crazy and delusional.  It makes sense to me now.

    4. scottcgruber profile image77
      scottcgruberposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      The SR-71 Blackbird is in a museum by Dulles Airport, and the Stealth fighter/bombers were developed with public funding, not a "black budget." That's not evidence for a secret NASA budget.

  4. melpor profile image94
    melporposted 8 years ago

    I agree with Scott, it does not make any sense that NASA would cover up such information. People need to stop thinking that there is a conspiracy or some other silly reason why NASA or any organization for that matter would want to keep such a world changing event from the world if life was discovered on another world. Also, I do not know where people get the idea that evidence of alien life have already been discovered. I do not believe that is true. Where are they and why haven't we hear from them if that was the case? And if there are aliens on other worlds there would be plenty of them out there constantly generating some kind of evidence of their presence.

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      B The Greatposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      No one has seen God, Allah, Budah, Zeus or Osiris but try & convince believers their god doesn't exist.  If there's nothing to hide why won't govt agencies investigate what are clearly invasions of our airspace by outside threats to national secu

  5. andrew savage profile image61
    andrew savageposted 8 years ago

    The answer to your question is a resounding "yes, we are being told the truth about life from beyond this world." The fact is that there is life in the universe, and I believe that life is far more resilient than some like to think. One day man will walk again on Luna, and on another day man will colonize the rest of this star system... it is all a matter of how much he wants to.
    When mankind is journeying across the cosmos and discovers traces of life under whatever soil he overturns he will indeed report it back to the rest of mankind. The satisfaction that you find in your updates on such missions are solely dependent upon what sources of information you look to. Meaning that if you suspect that one source provider is playing dirty tricks or supressing information than you are to report them for suspicious activity and to discontinue your support for such parties. If you suspect a part, source provider, of bringing you the most sufficent updates, then perhaps you should support them in their inquiries and exploration.
    It is up to you to find the truth.


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