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When I look at the world with my eyes, a telescope or microscope, I see the same thing—life. Looking into space at the billions of stars, I find it unfathomable that there are those who believe that we are alone in this universe.

Traveling at 186,000 miles per second, aimed at Polaris, the North Star, 431 light years from Earth, NASA is beaming The Beatle’s song “Across the Universe.” This is a hopeful message to intelligent life forms that might be out there.

World-renowned British astrophysicist Stephen Hawking said to his mathematical brain, the existence of aliens is logical. He said they might not be friendly, comparing a visit to Earth by aliens to the devastation of the Native Americans when Christopher Columbus first landed in the New World or as predators desiring to exploit Earth’s resources. Basing his predictions of aliens on human behavior, his analysis is stirring controversy in the scientific community and media.

Existence of harmful viral and bacterial life forms is logical. Assuming that superior intelligent life possesses the characteristics of humanoids is not. Sensibly, there is an equal chance or more that other species have surpassed the barbaric nature of man.

Many of us on this planet believe that extraterrestrials are already watching Earth. If that is the case, what do they see in humanity today?

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