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True Exopolitics: Space people warn of dangers of social divide

September 30, 2014

By Gerard Aartsen  The state of the world“Switch on the news and you see record-breaking protests, historic uprisings and riots on once-calm streets – there’s no doubt that growing income inequality is an issue of central importance.” This is not a quote from a recent article in a magazine for social change, but the opening […]

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The Foundation for Research into Extraterrestrial Encounters (F.R.E.E.) is Launched

September 1, 2014
The Foundation for Research into Extraterrestrial Encounters (F.R.E.E.) is Launched

  UFO illumined during a contact experience in Talampaya, Argentina (2013) F.R.E.E. (the Foundation for Research into Extraterrestrial Encounters) is being launched. It is being organized to bring together psychotherapists, hypnotherapists and other dedicated researchers in the field of general “experiencer” (contactee and-or abduction) research. It also gathers natural scientists and lay researchers under the aegis of astronaut and […]

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NASA confirms 768 new exoplanets making extraterrestrial life more likely

February 27, 2014

NASA astronomers yesterday released a paper announcing the discovery of an additional 768 exoplanets using a new validation technique for data from the Kepler Space Telescope. This has nearly doubled the number of confirmed exoplanets from the previous tally of 941 to 1710. Most dramatically, the number of earth sized exoplanets increased by a factor […]

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New study claims ET life can exist inside planets with inhospitable surfaces

January 10, 2014

Scientists at the University of Aberdeen and University of St Andrews, Scotland, have concluded that extraterrestrial life is far more prevalent than previously thought. In a paper titled “Circumstellar habitable zones for deep terrestrial biospheres,” released in the journal, Planetary and Space Science, they have redefined the “Goldilocks Zone”, the optimal zone for life to […]

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Detecting extraterrestrial cities on exoplanets becomes possible

May 15, 2012
Detecting extraterrestrial cities on exoplanets becomes possible

By Michael Salla, Ph.D. For the first time, NASA has been able to detect infrared light from a rocky “super-earth” variety of exoplanets. The Spitzer Space Telescope detected infrared light from the exoplanet “55 Cancri e” which has a rocky core and is nearly twice the Earth’s diameter, and eight times its mass. While 55 […]

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Galaxy is rich in small, Earth-like planets

July 25, 2010

Video has recently emerged of a speech by Professor Dimitar Sasselov, Harvard astronomer and co-investigator of NASA's Kepler Space Telescope, where he declared that the "Galaxy is rich in small, Earth-like planets." His speech was given at a Technology Entertainment and Design conference at Oxford University in mid-July where speakers are limited to 18 minutes […]

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