The SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) Institute was formed in 1984 by a Jew named Carl Sagan, who was also one of the leading theorists of so-called “Atheism” (which isn’t really “a lack of a belief in God,” as they claim, but an anti-Christian cult that relies on weird superstitions vaguely shrouded in Eastern Mysticism). Sagan was the first Jew to really start to streamline the idea that space aliens were real, and probably going to show up on earth at some point.
Since then, you’ve seen this idea of space aliens continually promoted in academia, with Jews like Steven Spielberg making it a prominent part of entertainment culture.
I don’t believe in aliens, because I’m not an atheist, and I don’t really believe in outer space as anything other than a projection of human consciousness.
However, even if you do believe it makes sense that other planets have life on them, the Einsteinian (Jewish) physics used in all of these science fiction shows (and in academia) to explain how faster than light travel would be possible (“warp drive,” etc.) are stupid and obviously fake. Faster than light travel isn’t physically possible. I don’t know if it would kill you to travel at the speed of light, though that might be possible. But the issue is: it would take absolutely forever to travel between solar systems if moving at the speed of light, making space travel almost completely pointless.
The only point in space travel would be: if you wanted to colonize another solar system, you could try to build a ship that could travel for thousands of years, plot its course, then put people in it, frozen. Or, you could send frozen embryos, and have robots incubate and raise them, like in that show Raised by Wolves (which I have still only watched the first episode of, by the way – I know the rest of the episodes would ruin the first one).
Okay, so: these topics need longer articles, of the kind that I don’t really have the time to write. If I have time to write anything long, it’s going to be about Jesus or about personal mental and physical health issues – not about space aliens or the mechanics of why space travel is impossible.
But here’s the thing: I think there is a very good chance that the Jews are planning to foist a fake space alien agenda on the population.
The media is talking more and more about this, you had the “monolith” thing, you’ve got a ramping up of academics pointing at these two recent alleged phenomena as “proof” – then you’ve got the general weirdness of everything else happening.
I think there might be a “fake first contact” event coming, where some kind of staged hoax is going to be shown on TV, claiming that aliens contacted the United Nations and told them to like, end racism and global warming, or whatever.
I just found an article in the San Francisco Chronicle, documenting a lot of what is going on in the background here:
Stargazing scientists have recently begun to focus on the prospect of encountering intelligent extraterrestrials, and the more they think about it the more they realize the first meeting probably won’t be with little green men in flying saucers.
What aliens might look like is a growing question among astrobiologists, who are increasingly conjuring up creatures more Lilliputian than mega-brained or reptilian.
“The intriguing possibility is they are, in fact, here, but we just don’t know it,” said Andrew Fraknoi, the emeritus chairman of the astronomy department at Foothill College who recently taught a course on aliens at the University of San Francisco’s Fromm Institute and believes space aliens could very well be microscopic or unrecognizable as a life-form.
The Fromm Institute is totally Jewish.
Fraknoi is a Jew. It’s not in his Wikipedia, but he’s listed as a member of the congregation of the Beth Israel Judea in San Francisco on the Jewish Weekly website in an article celebrating his son’s Bar Mitzvah.
Here’s a picture of him and his wife and son, apparently in Israel:
I didn’t know until today that he was Jewish, but Fraknoi’s family “fled” Hungary during communism and ended up in New York City (which is a pretty common Jewish story).
Fraknoi is on the board of the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence, known as the SETI Institute, based in Mountain View, where questions about alien civilizations are often discussed. He has long speculated that members of a civilization billions of years old might by now have evolved into a mechanical-biological mix, like a robot with a brain, capable of living for thousands of years as they travel through space.
But it is also possible, he said, that advanced civilizations would have sent into space thousands of tiny canisters holding the germs of life programmed to incubate and grow when they encounter suitable conditions around a star.
“In all the mathematical models, a species that started early in the history of the galaxy and had the will and resources to diffuse could by now have filled many parts of the galaxy with its artifacts or biological spores,” Fraknoi said.
These “mathematical models” are all based on the theories of the Jew Albert Einstein, they are incomprehensible to normal people anyway, and they are about as important as the global warming models.
It’s a lot more of this “it’s science, goyim – you’re just too stupid to understand it” stuff that we’ve been getting endlessly for a long time.
The otherworldly speculation comes after the recent discovery of two interstellar objects zipping past Earth prompted a surge of interest among scientists in space travel and alien civilizations.
A spinning, red, cigar-shaped object called 1I/Oumuamua was spotted in 2017, followed by the sighting last year of a comet named 2I/Borisov. They were the first verified sightings in human history of objects speeding by from outside our solar system.
The objects, by their very existence, brought home to many astronomers the reality that rocks or vessels potentially carrying biological spores from other solar systems could actually reach Earth.
The notion got a major boost from Avi Loeb, the chair of Harvard University’s astronomy department. He co-wrote a scientific paper suggesting that Oumuamua’s odd, elongated shape and peculiar nongravitational acceleration could mean it is a mechanical probe — a light sail driven by sunshine — sent by an alien civilization.
I guess I don’t really need to point out that Avi Loeb, who as the article notes, is one of the biggest promoters of this agenda in academia right now, is Jewish.
But yeah – he’s a super-Jew, born in Israel, but came to America to rule our institutions and bring us foolish goyim the truth about the coming encounter with with the third kind.
The object, first spotted by the University of Hawaii’s Institute for Astronomy, was, by all accounts, strange. Observations from Earth as it shot past the sun on Sept. 9, 2017, at a speed of 196,000 mph showed that it was slowly spinning, like a bottle on its side, and that it was missing the tail of gas or dust that would signify a comet.
Astronomers around the world immediately attacked Loeb’s hypothesis, and a subsequent study published in Nature Astronomy last year concluded that Oumuamua was a rocky conglomeration, not a space ship.
But Loeb said his point was that objects like Oumuamua and Borisov could have been synthetic and that humans would be well served by developing techniques for determining if such visitors were constructed. He believes the possibility of extraterrestrial life is too important for humans to discount without investigation, especially considering how useful it would be in figuring out the origin of life.
“Intelligent life is more recent in the Earth’s history, but at the same time, given that it happened here, there is the possibility that it exists elsewhere,” Loeb said. “I don’t think we should pretend that we are the only ones — the smartest kid on the block — because very likely we aren’t the smartest kid on the block.”
The questions about what form alien beings might take are rooted in what is known as the Fermi paradox, named after Italian American physicist Enrico Fermi, who created the first nuclear reactor. He asked during a casual lunchtime conversation in 1950 why aliens have never been spotted, given the high probability of their existence.
Fermi is a goy, involved in the Manhattan Project, who basically put the kibosh on the whole aliens thing, explaining that it was pretty much impossible, using Einstein’s physics, that if they existed, we wouldn’t be able to see them.
You don’t really have to go too far into it to understand it – just read the Wikipedia page on the Fermi Paradox. This means that Jews have to come up with a bunch of even weirder ways to explain how actually, there are aliens.
(For the record, Fermi fled Italy because he was married to a Jew. This was after he’d been appointed to a position by the Mussolini government. I don’t support many of the statements by Fermi, generally, but he was competent, unlike many of the Jews on the Manhattan Project, who were stealing other people’s research.)
SETI has been searching the skies for radio signals or some other sign of life beyond Earth for nearly four decades without a single peep.
Despite the failure, belief in the existence of extraterrestrial civilizations has only increased since Fermi’s time. That’s largely because powerful telescopes have recently detected numerous planets orbiting their stars at a habitable distance, known as the Goldilocks zone. Calculations indicate there are habitable planets around at least a quarter of the tens of billions of stars in the Milky Way Galaxy, possibly including the closest star, Proxima Centauri, 4.2 light-years from Earth.
Most astrophysicists believe life must have sprung up somewhere, some time, in the 13.5 billion years since the galaxy was formed. Given that our sun is 4.6 billion years old, Fraknoi said civilizations in other parts of the galaxy could have been using robotics, artificial intelligence and tapping the energy from their stars as many as 8 billion years before our solar system was created.
“In other words,” Fraknoi said, “there has been ample time for a civilization to become advanced enough to send alien microbes or micro-artifacts around the galaxy, including to our solar system.”
Astronomers have even concocted a sciency name, “directed panspermia,” to describe the act by an alien civilization of planting the seeds of life in another world.
Then again, a growing number of astronomers speculate that humanity itself might have originated somewhere else, possibly clinging to a chunk of rock ejected from a planet that was hit by a giant meteor.
“We know there are rocks on Earth that came from Mars, so you could imagine that microbes could have potentially survived the journey,” Loeb said. “So it’s possible we are all Martians. If you can do it from Mars, you can potentially bring life from other planets in other galaxies.”
Either way, most experts believe an alien encounter is likely someday. The question, say those who think about such things, is whether humans will know it when they see it.
“Potentially, we could be part of an experiment where life was planted on Earth and someone is watching,” Loeb said. If that’s the case, “for sure they are disappointed. That would be my assessment by reading the morning newspaper.”
Yes, that is probably going to be the context of the fake alien contact event – if there is one.
They are going to come on TV and tell you that there are aliens, that look like humans, that created us. Now, they have contacted us, and they are happy with some of our progress, but concerned about things like Adolf Hitler, Donald Trump, and global warming, and are now going to help us go to the next level.
There are all kinds of things which indicate that this is a plan, which is currently in action. They are telling us constantly on television that there are aliens about ready to contact us, actually. CNN does regular segments interviewing these SETI people. Then you have all of Hollywood.
Remember that these people say it is “primitive superstition” to believe that God created life on earth. That is even whilst all basic science indicates that God actually does exist.
Remember: they are telling you that life created itself, by accident. Somewhere. Even if they start telling us that it was seeded by aliens – which they probably will tell us, and probably pretty soon – it still has to have somehow invented itself, from dead matter, which is clearly impossible, based on the laws of nature. We can now manipulate the genetics of living things, and we still are nowhere even close to being able to create life – and virtually everyone admits that it would be impossible to actually give life.
But they are saying that it happened, accidentally.
Reality has generally dissolved, as we’ve seen with coronavirus, with the election, and so on – so they could right now show up with some creature on TV, and say he’s an alien. No one who isn’t questioning the coronavirus would question a fake alien contact event.
This article was updated to reflect the fact that Andrew Fraknoi is Jewish, something that was pointed out to me by a reader.