Aliens exist and they could be among us

Aliens exist and they could be among us

Helen Sharon, the first British astronaut, believes that aliens exist and could be among us but we can’t see them. The astronaut does not provide strong evidence of the existence of aliens but uses the argument, ’Since there are billions of stars, galaxies, and planets in space, the odds of there being extraterrestrial life is high.’

Unconcerned Citizen
Unconcerned Citizen
Mitchell 2 months

Wait, so it's not that she has evidence or anything? She's just saying it cuz she's got a gut feeling? Why is this news?

Paul Fisher
Paul Fisher 2 months

"The bank account is looking a bit thin, I could do with a publicity drive," says Britain's first female astronaut.

Seekster 2 months

Anything is possible but if they have solved interstellar travel then that opens up a LOT of questions. I am going to say that it is extremely unlikely (bordering on impossible) that aliens from another star system have visited our planet during the time that humans have existed on Earth.

Joseph Cribari
Joseph Cribari 2 months

why is this drivel on my news feed

Whitey 2 months

Who cares what she supposes. This is not newsworthy. She’s not saying anything that anyone else hasn’t! We all think that with the infinite number of stars and planets that there must be aliens. Who cares if she thinks the same thing?!

michael zubas
michael zubas 2 months

Sooo, Men In Black was A documentary? logical.

WarGreen 2 months

Imagine my shock seeing the only links are from liberal "news" outlets.

porcus 2 months

Utter bullshit. I hate seeing this feculent smeared wish-fantasies. [A] They can not hide in space, they would be imminently visible to us as they approached, slowed down, and entered our stellar system. [B] We should see signs of ANY interstellar civilization. The more advanced it is the more evidence there should be; we see none, no stars winking out as they are covered by Dyson spheres, matroshka brains, stellar drives, etc. We do not see space craft of any size using any known or theoretical propulsion systems - no fusion cones, no antimatter blasts or particles, no exotic gravity drives. [C] The BEST possibility is an automated drone (Von Neumann probe) hanging around a moon or asteroid and passively observing us. But again, no evidence of a stellar civilization.

Don Javis
Don Javis 2 months

Aliens are from Uranus.

Roamer MGTOW
Roamer MGTOW 2 months

with a face like that, im guessing she is the alien?

Shaun Oconnell
Shaun Oconnell 2 months

there is no such thing as aliens. sorry...

Rhys Griffiths
Rhys Griffiths 2 months

I thought they ran astronauts through psych tests to make sure they're not crazy... One too many cosmic rays...

The Kosher Katfish
The Kosher Katfish 2 months

When I first saw this notification on my phone I though "Oh boy! Somebody with actual evidence and a convincing argument!" Then I saw a picture of a woman. They had me in the first half, not gonna lie.

Indo 2 months

Yes, just like Gods, Prophets n Saviours. Dero in our mental recesses. Been put there by ancient Social Media systems

Dyslexic Hashtagger
Dyslexic Hashtagger 2 months

Makes perfect sense of you [don't] think about it.

Leo Miggel
Leo Miggel 2 months

50 people up voted this...why?

MTG Mana Funeral
MTG Mana Funeral 2 months

According to executive's at the history channel:

Grundel 2 months

She said it's possible they could be here, not that they are. This headline is pretty misleading. She basically has the same opinion as most scientists "It's very likey they could exist based on how many stars exist".

I Am Grug
I Am Grug 2 months

First British person in space and they make a fool of themselves. Grug thinks there’s a reason you were never in the space race.

Tim 2 months

I absolutely respect her for her work and I don't think this claim lessens her accomplishments, but this is a good example of why claims by respected scientists should not automatically be taken as seriously as their greatest achievements. Tesla did some brilliant inventions, but he was also a nutter who built a death ray. Heisenberg made breakthroughs in quantum mechanics, yet he couldn't say how a battery works when asked. Sources and peer reviews exist for a reason, and it's disappointing to see that a news outlet would post this anti-scientific rubbish to generate clicks.

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