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Next Manned Space Craft should be Named After Dr. Stephen Hawking

Dr. Stephen Hawking – Hawking.org

Dr. Stephen Hawking, a world-renowned theoretical physicist passed away from March 14, 2018, having lost his heroic battle with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). His contributions to the field of physics such as black holes emitting radiation (aptly named Hawking radiation) and general relativity are awe inspiring and can be compared to Albert Einstein or even Sir Isaac Newton.

Dr. Hawking wrote even stated that humans should consider leaving Earth within 600 hundred years due to possible exhaustion of natural resources and over population. During his lifetime, he became a cultural icon having appeared on numerous TV shows such as the Big Bang Theory, Simpsons, and Star Trek.

Therefore given Dr. Stephen Hawking’s contributions to humanity, the next manned space craft or space station should be name after him—USS Stephen Hawking or ISS Stephen Hawking.

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The Slow Indoctrination of Humans to Alien Life

Humans are not the most hospitable beings. We do not like change and we don’t like to be surprised. We are creatures of comfort and the thoughts that we may not be alone in the universe could be an overwhelming response.

In the past decades, there has been a slow indoctrination of humans to the possibility of alien life. Hollywood has brought us dozens of movies about humans and their responses to aliens. Some of these movies show Earth being invaded by aliens, Independence Day, or humans traveling to distance stars to find aliens, or aliens live among us such as Star Trek.

What will humans do when they realize we are not alone? How will we respond? In the news there have been more and more instances of coverage such as NASA’s launch of the TESS telescope to look for livable planets, or military pilots chasing UFOs, or the search of water on Mars, or the Vatican being more accepting of alien science.

All of these are examples of humans being climatized to the realization that we are not alone. When the discovery of alien life (whether intelligent or otherwise) comes to fruition, the reaction of humans is anybody’s guess. However, don’t be surprised if humans react with a humbler and accepting approach than a fearful one.

Born Two Hundreds Years too Early…

Date: April 16, 2018

Author: Editor in Chief

Many of us look at the stars and have a yearning, itch, desire, or something totally unexplainable that makes us wish we were there. I am not talking about traveling to the moon or Mars, but beyond. Beyond into inter-stellar space where we can travel to other star systems. Stars where we may find habitable planets and possibly even intelligent life. This push or desire to travel among the stars is not new, but there are many of us who feel we were born too early. Humans cannot travel to the moon or Mars easily let alone to another system. We do not possess the technology (yet) to travel faster than light (FTL drives) or pass through a wormhole. These individuals are the same people (us included) who watch Star Trek or Stargate and wish we could be on one of those ships or pass through a wormhole. We are the same people who take the garbage late at night and see Orion’s Belt and wonder who or what is out there. We watch with curiosity about the efforts to go to Mars or the moon and wish we were further along. Mars and the moon are fine but they are here. Here in our backyard and it will take months and months to reach even Mars and we are still probably a decade away. Many of us want more, we yearn for more. We want to believe that we can reach our closes neighbor, Proxima Centauri, which is 4.22 light years away. Yet, we know in our lifetimes (unless new technology is discovered or we make contact a benevolent alien species who has FTL capability), this will not be possible. We are the ones who will continue to have a burning desire to travel the stars, but are Earth locked.

–The Earthlocked

Airline Pilots Still Face Big Stigma on Reporting UFOs

Pilot Stigma on Reporting UFOs
Pilot Stigma on Reporting UFOs

Pilots have been seeing UFOs for decades when flying. This has occured on every continent and during all phases of flight. Yet, reporting these to the FAA or even the airline itself is a big deal No pilot wants to lose their “wings” and the ability to fly. Thus, they have chosen to remain quiet. Recently, two American Airlines pilot reported seing a UFO fly over their plane at excessive speeds. Speeds not currently possible on any terrestrial aircraft. The fact that this event was even released is a big deal. Historically, this has not been the case. During flights pilots have reported seeing, followed, observed, and shaddowing by UFOs. Yet, what is reported is miniscule and what it is released is even non-existent. Pilots need to share what they see and not be shunned or fear they may lose their “wings”. This stigma has to stop.

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