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Life Lessons from journalist Jim Marrs talking about alien life and UFO's

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In 1977, NASA launched the space probe Voyager. One of its missions was to answer the question is there intelligent life beyond our planet.  Residing on the Voyager was golden disc containing voices, music, images of plants and animals on Earth—it also contained an interstellar map to Earth. 

Since at least 2010, Stephen Hawking, famed physicist, has spoken publicly about his fears that an advanced alien civilization would have no problem wiping out the human race the way a human might wipe out a colony of ants.The topic of alien life and UFOs seems to have all of a sudden moved to mainstream attention.  President Obama and Hillary Clinton are both on record that they will make information public about the existence of UFO.  Stephen Hawking has openly expressed concern about what the outcome would be if alien races were to come upon Earth.  Why now?  What makes the subject of UFOs, a subject that has been denied, suppressed and even ridiculed, now a concern?

  1. What is the likelihood that alien races, if they do in fact exist, will be benevolent as in the case of E.T. or oppressive as in the case of the Psychlos from Battlefield Earth?
  2. Science Fiction has been the herald of possibility since its inception. It has prophesied such items as automatic doors by H.G. Wells, voice controlled computers by Arthur C. Clarke, submarines by Jules Vern.  The list goes on and on.  Science fiction has repeatedly written about alien life. What do you think?

About the Talent: Jim Marrs is an American former newspaper journalist and a 5-times New York Times best-selling author of books and articles on a wide range of alleged cover ups and conspiracies.  Marrs is a prominent figure in the JFK conspiracy press and his book Crossfire was a source for Oliver Stone's film JFK.