February 23, 2015

Is It Irrational to Believe in Aliens?

Aliens! Could humans really be alone in this expansive universe? And if we're not, how come we've never made contact with other intelligent life?

Everyone's thought about it; especially members of the scientific community.

Join Gabe as he presents some of the most popular theories that scientists use to rationalize their support or skepticism of the existence of aliens.

We may never know the answer to this age old question, but a little scientific thinking never hurt anybody!

Gabe Perez-Giz is an astrophysicist who studies various aspects of black hole physics. He received his PhD from Columbia University and then worked as a postdoctoral researcher at NYU’s Center for Cosmology and Particle Physics. He also mentors high school students in astronomical research projects at the American Museum of Natural History.

Note: It seems the scientific community finally takes it seriously, if we talking about the exists of intelligent life forms, given the fact that Mr. Gabe Perez-Giz has openend his YouTube account just two weeks ago, on February 9, 2015, posted only two videos resulting in 4140 subscribers and 170,000 views so far.. Not a bad result for someone who uploaded his first video on February 11, 2015.

I could be wrong, but I wonder if there is more behind the opening of this YouTube account than just to spread presentations of some of the most popular theories that scientists use to rationalize their support or skepticism of the existence of aliens.

 

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  1. ..WTF is "WE"..?? I do believe there are nothing less than COUNTLESS accounts of everything from actual ABDUCTIONS, to one-on-one ENCOUNTERS..ugh.. Soo, "who" exactly is this overly animated individual referring to, when he says, "We have never seen an alien..etc" ..??? In one (ill-conceived) sweeping generalization, he just de-validated myriad relevant, and documented first-hand experiences..by credible, substantial witnesses..(??!!)

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    1. agree.
      But it caters to main stream mind set in attempts to finally get them on board.
      The first step is often the hardest.

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