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Comments by Francis O’Neill
Why do we humans, in the broad sweep, have such difficulty considering there may be intelligent and older life that is visiting us from elsewhere in our galaxy? What is behind this difficulty? [ I know what I saw ]
Is it our superior intelligence, fear of the unknown, fear of aliens, fear of life, fear of death? Are we simply too busy, with our 9 to 5, to consider it or are we just burying our heads in the sand, and thinking it will all just go away? [ I know what I saw ]
Irrational not to consider conscious life out there, as here
From my perspective it is irrational not to consider this is a real possibility. We’re life, we’re here; it is inevitable there will be life over there, and some of it is going to be conscious, and not necessarily so pre-occupied with 9 to 5 routines.
The universe is a pretty big place. If it’s just us, seems like an awful waste of space.
Carl Sagan, astronomer, author
One thing is for certain, we cannot keep up this denial for much longer – it is possibly dangerous to do so anyhow.
Like it or not we are in the cosmos. It isn’t just something we see in sci-fi dramas on our television screens, or through a telescope, or by looking at the night sky. I’m talking about the stuff that, in our sleepy state, seems well removed from us and out there or over there. We need to grasp that we are actually in it and a part of it. It is all around us and in us – we are built from star dust.
Recognise that the very molecules that make up your body, the atoms that construct the molecules are traceable to the crucibles that were once the centres of high mass stars, that exploded their incredibly rich guts into the galaxy, enriching pristine gas clouds with the chemistry of life. So that we are all connected to each other biologically, to the Earth chemically, and to the rest of the Universe, atomically.
That’s kind of cool. That makes me smile… we’re part of the Universe. We’re in the Universe and the Universe is in us.
Neil deGrasse Tyson, astrophysicist
Cruise holidays to Earth?
To those guys, from ‘out there’ taking sight-seeing cruises to our shores, it stands to reason, we’re the aliens. Should they be worried; I wonder? [ I know what I saw ]
I’ll add that just because, with our current wisdom and technology, we think it is impossible to travel across vast distances of space, in moments of time, does not mean it is impossible per se.
It simply means we haven’t yet discovered the technology, the means, to make it possible. As astronaut Edgar Mitchell (who sadly died recently, 6th February 2016, and who believed in extra-terrestials), observed, ‘We are just out of the trees,’ and there is still quite a journey ahead for us.
But, by the same token, look how far we have come already. Let’s start getting our act together and working towards grasping the bigger picture – the truth is no longer just out there, it’s running through our veins too. [ I know what I saw ]