Hawking Announces: Aliens Do Exist!

Hawking Announces: Aliens Do Exist!
April 26, 2010
Lisa Valentine
Embrace Australia

As Australia worries about the number of immigrants coming into the country, perhaps it’s not human immigrants they should be worried about, for alien encounters are also on the increase.

According to New South Wales UFO Research spokesman Doug Moffett, there are around 1000 to 1500 UFO sightings in Australia every year and that figure is rising – perhaps because people are reporting the sightings more or perhaps there is an increase in UFO activity over Australia.

Whilst all this talk of UFOs may cause derision amongst sceptics, the UFO believers have an unlikely ally in the form of Stephen Hawking.

The British scientist famed for his extraordinary mathematical brain has suggested that the question should not be, do aliens exist? But, how do we deal with them? For Mr Hawking suggests that extra terrestrial life is a mathematical certainty. “To my mathematical brain, the numbers alone make thinking about aliens perfectly rational.”

But he also has a stark warning about contacting aliens as he theorises that the reason they may be visiting earth is not just to say hello, but to conquer our planet: “Such advanced aliens would perhaps become nomads, looking to conquer and colonise whatever planets they can reach.”

“If aliens ever visit us, I think the outcome would be much as when Christopher Columbus first landed in America, which didn’t turn out very well for the Native Americans.” Crikey, best not save them a spot on the beach then!

Mr Hawking is not the only one taking the possibility of alien life seriously, only last year the Vatican announced that they were debating the existence of UFOs and alien lifeforms. They held a five day conference in which astronomers, physicists, biologists and other scientist all debated the topic and then presented the Vatican with its findings.

Mr Hawking makes his comments on a new series ‘Into the Universe With Stephen Hawking’ that is being shown on the Discovery Channel in the US.

According to UFO Research Queensland, if you want to spot a UFO then Brisbane is the place to be, followed closely by the Gold Coast then Caboolture, Cairns and Logan. But whatever you do, don’t encourage them – they may like Australia so much they won’t want to leave!

Perhaps Mr Chris Evans and the Australian Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) ought to be looking into capping and ceasing visa applications from an altogether different sort of immigrant?
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