April 21, 2008

What Are The Odds Of Finding Extraterrestrial Intelligent Life?

Is there anybody out there? Probably not, according to a scientist from the University of East Anglia. A mathematical model produced by Prof Andrew Watson suggests that the odds of finding new life on other Earth-like planets are low, given the time it has taken for beings such as humans to evolve and the remaining life span of Earth.

Read more.

1 comment:

Alien Contactee said...

I have seen this story picked up soooo many times by soooo many different websites due to my Google Alerts. I would say upwards of 50 plus.

What is it? Are people so much in denial that they grasp for articles such as this. Or is it they have a nut about UFOs and aliens so make a point of down playing the subjects in order to give themselves maybe some peace of mind.

So what do they do, they allow one scientist to make one single statement and then the article is treated as if it's the gospel simply because we're inundated by the same article over and over and over again for many days now.

I'm waiting for the next article that comes out instead that is titled something like Prof Andrew Watson is full of it.

**alien abductee here** waves hands and says that science is not to be taken too seriously these days, credible or not, they still have opinions that aren't scientifically fact but yet are ending you in my Google Alerts in droves.