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Ancient Aliens Debunked - (full movie) HD

Ancient Aliens Debunked is a 3-hour point by point critique of the “ancient astronaut theory” proposed on the History Channel series Ancient Aliens. It is essentially a point by point critique of the "ancient astronaut theory" which has been proposed by...

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Alien Life: Will We Know It When We See It?

What are scientists looking for when searching for alien life? A lot, it turns out: the search for extraterrestrials requires the help from astronomers, planetary scientists, chemists, computer scientists, and geneticists, just to name a few. But are we...

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3.2. The apocalypse of religion


The presence of extraterrestrial beings fundamentally alters our conception about universal history and undermines the religious phenomenon by simply killing the idea of divinity or supernatural being. Before the advent of aliens the Universe had a complete spiritual form. From an Abrahamic point of view, the devil represents the evil, God represents the good, and the earth is a battleground between the two sides. Human beings: the victory trophy. But science shows that the Universe is unimaginably vast and mankind is only at the beginning of its quest for knowledge. Claiming at the moment that there is no life on other planets is a proof of fanaticism or stupidity. Yet, it is almost impossible to formulate theories which include in the same universe an all-powerful God and intelligent beings from other planets without violating religious dogmas.

God and aliens are in conflict with each other because they both aim to master the same object: man. Aliens, through the contactees, do not speak about an all-powerful god whom they represent, but about the fact that they are our gods. And there is no doubt that an official contact with extraterrestrial civilizations would cause massive social unrest and the collapse of the religious phenomenon; an absent god, supported by questionable beliefs, would not stand a chance against a visible and immediately accessible god, supported by science. The belief in aliens can be classified both as a religion and as a more sophisticated version of atheism. Aliens are not

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3.1. The age of the contactees



For now, the strongest scientific argument that supports the existence of extraterrestrial intelligent beings is only a statistic: the Universe is so big that there has to be other life forms that possess intelligence and abilities to shape their environment. Our galaxy, the Milky Way, comprises over 100 billion stars, and the known Universe comprises over 100 billion galaxies. Hypothetically, if one in a million planets capable to support life would be indeed populated with life, and if one in a million planets that would be populated with life would also shelter intelligent life, then there would be millions of intelligent species in the Universe. So, following this reasoning, it is unlikely that Earth is the only planet that supports life and man is the only intelligent being in the Universe. The statistics, however, regardless of their kind, cannot serve as an indisputable proof that we are not alone, a proof that has been missing to this day. Accordingly, believing or not believing in aliens is a personal choice.

The current cultural image of aliens is chaotic and even hilarious, being formed of inexhaustible theories, countless “evidence” and lots of contradictions. On the one hand, huge funds and efforts are invested in scientific research to find microorganisms on various celestial bodies or to intercept a signal from unearthly intelligent beings. On the other hand, there is the media circus with flying saucers, aliens who violate our private property, enter houses without knocking at the door, disturb people’s sleep, sample cells, have fun raping or kidnapping humans, conspire to destroy us all, more aliens, secret experiments and human history rewritten. Since the beginning of the 20th century an industry that exploits our fascination and passion for the sensational has been developed. Compared to other paranormal topics (magic, Spiritism, fortune-telling, ghosts), aliens are at the top of the public’s preferences. Figuratively, we assist at an alien “invasion” in our everyday life: on TV, on

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