In hundreds of years from now if humans start exploring space and found a planet with indigenous humanoids that hasn't discovered the wheel. If we went down to visit and interact with them. Would they not honor us as gods?
When we left would a not write stories about us? What if some of us stayed behind and went to different parts of that world with modern-day medicines curing diseases. Would they not call us miracle workers and maybe write Bibles about us?
It was during the presidency of Dwight D. Eisenhower that the United States’ space program was launched. The program was given the codename “Apollo” and was put under the control of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).
It was only after Eisenhower had been succeeded by John F. Kennedy that the American public really learned the significance and purpose of this program: to put a man on the Moon.
An Investigation One physicist says he can scientifically prove that two Martian civilizations were annihilated by nuclear explosions.
Images altered by author. Images: NASA & Department of Energy
As far as we can tell, Mars is a desolate-looking desert, with no obvious life. Sure, there may still be microbes there, but I think it's safe to say that there is not an advanced civilization living on the Red Planet. But was it always that way? Did Mars once host a bustling civilization, one that perhaps was capable of nuclear warfare? Let's check in with some conspiracy theorists to find out.
Astronomers can’t rule out that possibility after an exciting new discovery.
A team in Canada recently stumbled upon ultra-brief repeating waves from deep space for only the second time in history.
Appearing on ABC News Live, Senior SETI astronomer Seth Shostak talked about the fascinating find: "Could that be aliens that are in those galaxies and they have some need to get in touch... well maybe."
Newly declassified documents from the Pentagon reveal the Department of Defense funded projects that investigated UFOs, wormholes, alternate dimensions and a host of other subjects that are often the topics of conspiracy theorists.
The Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) released 38 research titles on Jan. 18, following a Freedom of Information Act request from Steven Aftergood, director of the Federation of American Scientists’ Project on Government Secrecy.
Imagine if we traveled today to ancient Egypt 3000 years ago, arriving in jet planes, helicopters, with our tablets, smartphones, and laser weapons. How would ancient people in Egypt interpret our technology, would they consider us as ordinary humans?