Big black eyes, a flat nose, three fingers and sometimes a green body is the stereotypical image which comes to mind at the sound of the word “alien.”
For years it has been a question as to whether these extraterrestrial creatures exist. Although the aforementioned Martian-like description may not be correct, there could be some form of life not on Earth.
According to a ZeeNews update, Ireland is a hotspot for alien activity.
Different Irish pilots have claimed to have come in contact with UFOs, even damaging an aircraft.
In the same article, a UFO expert said he talked to a detective who had video footage of a triangular-shaped object shooting light beams into the ground.
These pilots and that detective are not the only people with such footage or evidence. People from all over the world report finding debris from an unexplained aircraft crash or seeing flying saucers; all of which they are convinced is brought on by alien presence.
Then there are extremists who believe governments around the world are collectively working together to not expose to the public the existence of aliens.
In an NBCNews article, an expert expresses his disbelief and is unconvinced by this so-called evidence and the theory about the governments.
The question still remains, however, are aliens real?
According to NBCNews, there is an estimated one trillion planets in the Milky Way; alone that does not include the entire universe. Who is to say other planets have not developed life forms?
Experts say it would be a miracle if humans on Earth were the only intelligent beings in the galaxy, much less the universe. There is no direct proof that aliens do exist, but there is nothing to prove they do not.
It is a very strong possibility and with the way technology is rapidly growing and producing around the world today, it could be in the near future when such proof is finally solidified.
Space science and alien research are popular topics with many unanswered questions and unexplained experiences, but people, adults and kids alike, thrive on the information.
Opinions and explanations of why range from extreme to very probable, it really is all up to the individual and his or her personal beliefs.
Within the Tech Talk staff alone, there are differentiating beliefs. Some members passionately believe that aliens do not exist.
Then there are others who believe they do. One member even said, “Aliens are totally real. Earth is a tiny footnote in the universe.”
What seems to be pretty consistent with beliefs and opinions is the individual’s passion. Just with the staff it is obvious.
Those who agreed when asked “Are aliens real?” had responses such as “hell to the yeah” or variations of the sort, and vice versa for answers in the negative.
Some members do not necessarily have an opinion on the existence of aliens but just simply believe in the actuality of parallel universes.
Regardless, E.T. could be real, or he could not. We guess the world will never know until he phones home.