On the Odds of Intelligent Life Beyond Earth

Would you believe me if I told you that there were planets beyond our solar system?

How many do you think there might be?

Well, there are 1000 we have officially identified, 2500 we have yet to confirm, 17 billion estimated to be about the size of Earth, and 8.8 billion estimated to be the size of Earth and in the “habitable zone”.

Do you think we are the only intelligent, two arm, two legged beings in the Milky Way galaxy?  Because there are 8,800,000,000 other planets around our size and distance to its star.   Just in our galaxy, mind you, not counting the billions of other galaxies.

Would you believe me if I told you that there were high ranking officers in the U.S. military that broke their sworn oath to secrecy and are willing to testify before Congress that they have seen UFOs, or seen top secret evidence on UFOs, or E.T. technology, or touched UFOs that were not from Earth?

There are more than 400 of these people.

So, how many reasons exactly do you need?

Sources: NASA Kepler space telescope, Citizens Hearing on Disclosure, Truth Embargo, Dr. Steven Greer, CSETI, Paradigm Research Group

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