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UFO Sightings Push Science

From: UFO UpDates - Toronto <post.nul>
Date: Sun, 27 Nov 2011 18:10:39 -0500
Archived: Sun, 27 Nov 2011 18:10:39 -0500
Subject: UFO Sightings Push Science

Source: Huliq.Com



UFO Sightings Push Science To Keep Knocking On Heaven'S Door For
Alien Life

Dave Masko

BRAY'S POINT, Ore. - Oregon UFO "watchers" here at a popular
edge of the Oregon coast outpost near Bray's Point think
Saturday's launch of the NASA "Mars Science Laboratory" called
"Curiosity" is all about man's desire to keep knocking on
heaven's door to discover alien life.

NASA's Mars Science Laboratory, nicknamed "Curiosity," is
scheduled for launch Nov. 26 with a mission to Mars that's aimed
at using a nuclear powered Curiosity robot rover vehicle to
"find Martian life." In turn, a new book - with a cover page
endorsement from former President Bill Clinton - by famed
scientist Lisa Randall, titled "Knocking on Heaven's Door: How
Physics and Scientific Thinking Illuminate the Universe and the
Modern World," is telling it straight about the No. 1 goal of
man's space exploration, and that's "finding life outside our
planet." Thus, this quest for making contact with aliens
continues to be a trillion-dollar industry for America, Russia,
China, the European Union and other countries who too see the
value of knocking on heaven's door until aliens make First
Contact; while many here at Bray's Point say "first contact is
moot, since they're here now."

Why is the Obama Administration still searching in space in a
time of recession?

The Mars Science Laboratory is costing the U.S. billions in a
time of deep recession. This move to send robot vehicles to Mars
is focused on one goal, states NASA scientists, and that is to
"see if there was life on Mars." The Mars mission, that blasts
off Saturday, is part of a sweeping post-Space Shuttle change of
direction for NASA that's not so much aimed at saving money; but
to "put more rockets and other spacecraft out there in our
desperate goal to touch the heavens and find that alien life,"
said a visiting scientist and ufologist here at Bray's Point,
who also noted how President George W. Bush "was also into
finding alien life with the Constellation moon program."

"What the American public doesn't understand is the quest for
life out there creates 'spinoff' technology that can be adapted
for other uses here on Earth. Sending a nuke-powered robot
vehicle to Mars may sound crazy just to see if there is or was
life on Mars, but it's also about scientific exploration that
stretches the bounds of today's technology and, in turn, creates
new tech ways of doing things in space; such as space-based
weapons platforms," adds the Bray's Point ufologist.

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