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Search for Aliens

One of the great debates of our time is whether or not aliens exist. Writer/researcher Giorgio Tsoukalos believes they do and has traveled around the world in search of evidence that proves outer-space beings have had contact with Earthlings. "In Search of Aliens" follows Tsoukalos' explorations of some of the planet's mysteries that may have extraterrestrial foundation. The lost city of Atlantis and the possible existence of Bigfoot are among the often-explored legends that Tsoukalos tries to solve





 
  • Searching for Bigfoot

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    In 1958, a bulldozer operator in Northern California discovered 16-inch human-like footprints, and the legend of Bigfoot was born. Today, there are hundreds of reported sightings of big hairy monsters in America, but nowhere are the stories more prolific than in America's Pacific Northwest. Many reports of encounters with the giant hair-covered creature are accompanied by accounts of UFO activity and unexplained lights in the sky. Could the creature known as Bigfoot, or Sasquatch, really exist? If so, could it be living proof that extraterrestrials were not only here, but may still be living in our midst? Ancient Astronaut theorist Giorgio A. Tsoukalos joins the Olympic Project and anthropologist Dr. Jeff Meldrum on an overnight expedition on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington. Will their arsenal of high-tech equipment capture images or sounds that confirm Bigfoot's presence?

  • The Roswell Rock

    A mysterious rock bearing a cryptic design was discovered in Roswell, New Mexico in 2004. Now coined "The Roswell Rock," this piece of stone is unusually smooth and possesses unique magnetic properties. Even more intriguing is that the motif on the rock–a sequence of triangles and crescents–is an exact match to a crop circle found in England nearly two decades ago. Ancient Astronaut Theorist Giorgio Tsoukalos sets out to determine the origin of this intriguing stone. Through a series of experiments Tsoukalos unveils whether The Roswell Rock is merely a man-made fabrication or something much more. How could the precise design have been created without leaving evidence of altering the stone? Why does this small rock react to magnets? And most baffling of all–why does the design match a crop circle that appeared more than 4,000 miles away from the Nevada desert?

  • The Mystery of Loch Ness

     

    The Loch Ness Monster is one of the world's most enduring mysteries. But there have also been accounts of similar cryptids all over the planet. Sightings of these mysterious creatures have been documented for hundreds of years in various cultural folklores. Are these fantastic creatures leftover dinosaurs, mythical animals or something that traveled to Earth millions of years ago? Or might the sightings of these strange beasts be a glimpse into the past caused by a disturbance in the space-time continuum? Ancient Astronaut theorist Giorgio Tsoukalos travels from the Highlands of Scotland to the shores of Vermont's Lake Champlain in his quest to learn more about these elusive lake monsters. Could there be a link between two of the most famous creatures in the world–Nessie and Champ? Is there a correlation between the geology of their locations? And what surprising role might physics play in understanding just what eyewitnesses claim to have seen?

  • Nazi Time Travelers

    At the height of World War II, the Nazis engaged their top scientists to develop "wonder weapons"–weapons that were so scientifically advanced they could have turned the tide of the war against the Allies. According to testimony, one of the top-secret projects was code-named "Die Glocke." Die Glocke was believed to be a bell-shaped time travel device that could soar through the sky and eventually reach the speed of light and beyond. Did Die Glocke actually exist? And if so, could it have been based on alien technology? Theorist Giorgio A. Tsoukalos travels from Poland to Pennsylvania on the trail of the Nazis' "wonder weapon." Did the Nazis find advanced knowledge in ancient texts that enabled them to develop anti-gravity technology? And was the construction of a time travel device made possible by reverse-engineering extraterrestrial technology?

  • The Hunt for Atlantis

    Ever since Plato first wrote about the mysterious island of Atlantis, it has captured the imagination of adventurers and academics alike. Was Atlantis merely a myth, or could it have actually existed in the remote past? Did Atlantis just disappear as Plato described? And could it have been the home of an advanced civilization that created the human race? Ancient Astronaut Theorist Giorgio A. Tsoukalos explores the most recent discoveries related to the centuries old story of Atlantis. By investigating a series of clues, Tsoukalos endeavors to narrow down the possible location of Atlantis. Could evidence be found in a strange egg-shaped stone in Portugal? What secrets can be uncovered on the island of Santorini, Greece? Could Atlantis have been an empire with a network that stretched around the world? Or was it something else entirely? Something that, perhaps, came from the stars?

                     
 



ALIENS are surely AMONG US: Average star has TWO potentially Earth-like worlds

They're evidently here - nothing else makes sense

Boffins in Australia have applied a hundreds-of-years-old astronomical rule to data from the Kepler planet-hunting space telescope. They've come to the conclusion that the average star in our galaxy has not one but two Earth-size planets in its "goldilocks" zone where liquid water - and thus, life along Earthly lines - could exist.

“The ingredients for life are plentiful, and we now know that habitable environments are plentiful,” says Professor Charley Lineweaver, a down-under astrophysicist.

Lineweaver and PhD student Tim Bovaird worked this out by reviewing the data on exoplanets discovered by the famed Kepler planet-hunter space scope. Kepler naturally tends to find exoplanets which orbit close to their parent suns, as it detects them by the changes in light they make by passing in front of the star. As a result, most Kepler exoplanets are too hot for liquid water to be present on their surfaces, which makes them comparatively boring.

Good planets in the "goldilocks" zone which is neither too hot nor too cold are much harder to detect with Kepler, which is a shame as these are the planets which might be home to alien life - or alternatively, home one day to transplanted Earth life including human colonists, once we've cracked that pesky interstellar travel problem.

However there exists a thing called the Titius-Bode relation - aka Bode's Law - which can be used, once you know where some inner planets are, to predict where ones further out will be found.

Assuming Bode's Law works for other suns as it does here, and inputting the positions of known inner exoplanets found by Kepler, Lineweaver and Bovaird found that on average a star in our galaxy has two planets in its potentially-habitable zone.

That doesn't mean there are habitable or inhabited planets at every star, of course. Even here in our solar system, apparently lifeless (and not very habitable) Mars is in the habitable zone.

Even so, there are an awful lot of planets in the galaxy, so some at least ought to have life on them, and in some cases this life ought to have achieved a detectable civilisation. Prof Lineweaver admits that the total lack of any sign of this is a bit of a puzzler.

"The universe is not teeming with aliens with human-like intelligence that can build radio telescopes and space ships," admits the prof. "Otherwise we would have seen or heard from them.

“It could be that there is some other bottleneck for the emergence of life that we haven’t worked out yet. Or intelligent civilisations evolve, but then self-destruct.”

Of course, humans - some approximations of which have been around for some hundreds of thousands of years, perhaps - have only had civilisation of any kind in any location for a few thousand of those years. Our civilisation has only risen to levels where it could be detectable across interstellar distances very recently.

There may be many planets out there inhabited by intelligent aliens who either have no civilisation at all, or only primitive civilisation. There may be quite a few who have reached or passed the stage of emitting noticeable amounts of radio or other telltale signs, but those emissions either will not reach us for hundreds of thousands of years - or went past long ago.

It would seem reasonable to suspect that there are multitudes of worlds out there where life exists in plenty but has never become intelligent, as Earth life was for millions of years before early humans began using tools really quite recently.

But the numbers are still such that the apparent absence of star-travelling aliens could make you worry about the viability of technological civilisation if, like Professor Lineweaver, you learn your astrophysics out of textbooks and lectures (and publish your research, as we see here, in hefty boffinry journals like the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society).

But if movies, speculofictive novels and TV have taught us anything here on the Reg alien life desk, it is that in fact the galaxy is swarming with star-travelling aliens (and/or humans taken secretly from planet Earth for mysterious purposes in the past, or perhaps humans from somewhere else etc).

Lewis was filing this copy when he got a phone call and had to go out. That was a while ago. We're sure he'll turn up sooner or later, but in the meantime we thought we'd pop this up while the
press release was still reasonably current.

                     

Close encounters of the purred kind: Aliens spoke to us in a 'cat-like language' claim Russian flight controllers

Air traffic controllers in Siberia claim they were buzzed by a high-speed UFO with a female sounding alien who spoke in an unintelligible cat-like language.The mystery object suddenly burst onto flight monitors over the remote Russian diamond capital of Yakutsk. 

It was shown flying at a speed of slightly over 6000 mph, and rapidly changing direction in the early morning sky, it is claimed.The UFO was logged at a height of 64, 895 feet above sea level and appeared to interfere with aviation frequencies.On footage posted on You Tube, an air traffic controller made clear he sought to make contact with the UFO.A radar shows the UFO moving rapidly through the skies while surrounding planes in the air travel much slower.'I kept hearing some female voice, as if a woman was saying mioaw-mioaw all the time,' he told the pilot of a passing Aeroflot flight.His communication to the Russian plane were disrupted by interference from the UFO, it was claimed. The air traffic control monitor automatically designated the UFO as '00000' because it did not have a flight number. The footage was first posted last month but it is unclear when it was taken. A shot of the airport did not appear to show any snow which is normal for eight months a year in Yakutsk, where the temperature last night was minus 36C.


At one point the UFO is showing moving away from Yakutsk at great speed before turning and heading back towards the city.There was no comment last night from airport officials on the alleged UFO
Some experts claim that it is widely known that UFOs have made contact and landed on earth but details have never been made public.


  
                     
 

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