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Myth about Alien

The Alien is a fictional endoparasitoid extraterrestrial species that is the titular antagonist.
1. They won t come in peace
The renowned physicist Stephen Hawking once famously warned that humanity s efforts to radio communicate with extraterrestrials could be endangering us. If the aliens that detect our signals are technologically capable of coming here proof that they are far more advanced than we I think the outcome would be much as when Christopher Columbus first landed in America, which didn t turn out very well for the Native Americans.we need look no farther than Earth. Aggression evolved as a trait among Earthlings because it helps us obtain and protect resources. Though aliens would have arisen and evolved under totally different conditions, pressure to secure finite resources would probably have molded their behavior, too. I suspect resources would be finite anywhere in the universe.
2. They re immune to Earth s bacteria
Alien visitors to Earth are occasionally depicted in science fiction as being brought down by their own alien nature. Lacking immunity to Earth based bacteria, they all die of infections. This wouldn t really happen. Alien life forms wouldn t come here only to be done in by our bacteria, unless they were related biochemically to humans. Bacteria would have to be able to interact with their biochemistry to be dangerous, and their ability to do that is far from a sure thing.
3. They didn t put us here
A popular fringe theory holds that humans are alien s gift to Earth. Some people say we were delivered here during a near pass of a life bearing planet called Nibiru. This alleged planet, which has not actually been observed by astronomers, is said to skirt the edges of the solar system and swing inward from time to time.
4. They won t eat us
They would not be recognized by the local pathogens as potential hosts, aliens would also not recognize Earth s organic matter as a potential food source. They couldn t digest us. And they probably wouldn t need to, anyway. As Jacob Haqq Misra, an astronomer at Pennsylvania State University, pointed out, A society capable of interstellar travel should have solved their development issues such that they do not need humans for food.
5. They won t mate with us
Human DNA can t combine with XYZ, or whatever it is that encodes alien life. The idea that they ve come for breeding purposes is more akin to wishful thinking by members of the audience who don t have good social lives, IEEE Spectrum. Think about how well we breed with other species on Earth, and they have DNA. It would be like trying to breed with an oak tree.
6. Major scientific reasons that alien UFOs have never existed
There is no proven life of any kind outside of the Earth. No life has been found on any planet in our solar system with one exception. NASA has certainly contaminated Mars with Earth microbes. Scientists have spent billions of dollars expecting to detect intelligent signals from one of the 200 billions of solar systems in our Milky Way Galaxy or from one of the 100 billion other galaxies, only to be disappointed. No intelligent signals exist. Nobody is out there. We are alone.
7. Tycoon funds hunt for alien life
Paul Allen, the co founder of software titan Microsoft, is ploughing a slice of his fortune into the search for life on other planets. Mr Allen is donating $13.5m to the California based Seti Institute. The money will be used to create a radio telescope array comprising more than 200 dishes which will measure signals from space.
8. Bigfoot and the Abominable Snowman
Big FootPeople on every continent claim to have seen the footprints of a large man like the mythological creature we call Bigfoot. In British Columbia, Canada, he is called Sasquatch; in the Himalayas of Asia he is called Yeti or the Abominable Snowman. The Amazon people call him Mapingauri. These myths gained little media attention until Roger Patterson took 24 feet of 16mm color film of a Bigfoot walking in the forest on October 20, 1967, near California s Bluff Creek Valley just north of Willow Creek. Roger had become fascinated with Bigfoot after reading a press report earlier in the year. His friend Bob Gimlin was with him. The 24 feet of movie film were a big hit with the media.There have been many reports of large footprints and sightings of a large manlike, hairy creature near Mount Everest in the Himalayas. Footprints were seen by Sir Edmund Hillary and his crew during his historic climb in 1953.
9. Loch Ness Monster Nessie
Loch Ness MonsterPeople talked of the Loch Ness Monster for centuries as a myth or legend, but in 1934 Dr. Robert Kenneth Wilson, a London physician, allegedly photographed a plesiosaur like creature with a long neck and small head above the water of Loch Ness, a lake in Scotland. The locals don t mind the notoriety of their communityNessie is certainly a fabrication and a hoax. Dr. Wilson could have easily produced his film in the absence of any monster. Perhaps the neck is simply the trunk of a tree that had fallen into the water and was drifting in the lake. A tree with the stump attached will commonly float vertically in the water because the stump and roots have a higher density and sink first. The roots could have easily had rocks trapped among them so that the tree floated in a vertical position. The entire hoax could have easily been fabricated in the same manner, including the carving of the head.
10. Lake Champlain Champ Monster
Lake Champlain Monster picture by Sandra Mansi.Lake Champlain is on the border between Vermont and New York, running north and south from Canada to Whitehall, New York. It is America s version of Loch Ness. The only photograph that has not been proven to be a fake was taken by a woman named Sandra Mansi in 1977. Unfortunately, the negative was lost and only one small 3 x 5 print remains. The quality is very poor.Many people have jumped on the Champ myth in order to make a little money. The businesses in the towns near the lake broadcast the myth in order to promote tourism. They sell books, videos, Champ toys, etc. They put up Champ signs and replica statues of the monster. The New York State Assembly and the Vermont Legislature have also jumped into the act. They both passed laws protecting Champ. Politicians always jump on a lie in order to bring a little more money into their state. They could have been more creative in their thinking by offering a one million dollar reward for Champ dead or alive.

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