The physicists of the world sure know how to probe nagging questions—from relativity to space-time; they have their hands in a number of pies.
For years, hidden truth researchers, UFO hunters, and people who’ve had out of body experiences have tried to share what they know with the general masses.
NASA usually likes to keep hush-hush about its findings and discoveries until it’s considered appropriate to disclose them to the public. This isn’t just characteristic of NASA, as many of the government’s systems work in a similar secretive manner, such as the people behind Area 51.
When we humans think of the prospect of finding alien life, we think of a planet that resembles the planet Earth; for in our cozy bubbles of existence, only the familiar is fit to breathe in. The unfamiliar isn’t just disregarded, it is regaled and dismissed, deliberately ignored.
Mass extinction on the planet Earth is only possible if we run out of water, and it is through this understanding that we know how important water is.
Even before they sent the Voyagers with all that cryptic information out into the vastness and pits of space, everyone knew there was more. There was more to this world and to this universe; there’s more to humans and our origins, and there’s much that needs to be found out.