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Roswell alien photo sneak peek

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Last week we wrote about the announcement that photographic slides of an alleged alien taken in 1947 will be revealed on May 5, 2015 in Mexico City at an event presented by Mexican journalist Jaime Maussan. However, as part of the announcement there was a trailer for an upcoming documentary on the slides, and with some manipulation, a screenshot from the trailer may have revealed the actual alleged alien photograph.

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Metallic orb could have been sent by aliens, suggests scientist

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Scientists have found a tiny metal orb they believe is extraterrestrial in origin, has evidence of life on its exterior, and also has "a gooey biological material oozing" out of it. The lead scientist of the team who discovered the object suggests that it may have been sent by an intelligent extraterrestrial civilization for the purpose of seeding life on Earth.

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ET phoned home, but should we phone ET?

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Many believe that intelligent extraterrestrial life exists somewhere in the universe. Poll after poll demonstrates that most people share this belief. But, if intelligent extraterrestrials are out there, should humans attempt to contact them? This question was recently posed to ...

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SETI talk leads to confrontation over nature of extraterrestrial life (Video)

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A lecture given by SETI scientist, Dr. Jill Tarter at the Paramount Theater in Charlottesville, Virginia on Monday night October 27th saw some uncomfortable moments when an audience member confronted the celebrated astronomer with notions that the organization was involved in a cover-up of what he thought was the reality of an extraterrestrial presence on planet Earth.

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Travis Walton holding sky watch at UFO abduction site

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Travis Walton's alleged UFO sighting and subsequent abduction, is one of the strangest, most credible, and most famous alien abduction stories. His experiences were the focus of the 1993 movie Fire in the Sky. Now, 39 years after the event, Walton is inviting the public to join him for a nighttime sky watch at the site where it all went down.

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German space agency chimes in on discovery of sea plankton on ISS

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Last month, Russian scientists said they discovered sea plankton on the International Space Station (ISS) that might be alive and thriving. NASA shed doubt on the discovery and little has been said since. However, the German Aerospace Center (DLR) recently responded to questions on the issue confirming the discovery of "bacterial DNA," but casting doubt on other aspects of the Russian report.

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