Alien worlds and extraterrestrial life - where are they?! | Brad Gibson | TEDxHull

  • Published on Jun 5, 2017
  • Do aliens walk among us? Have we been
    visited before? Are they out there watching…
    listening…studying us? And if they are out
    there, where might ‘there’ be? Our Milky Way
    can be a nasty and inhospitable place for
    life to develop, but all is not lost. There are
    some very unique and special places hidden
    amongst this hostile environment where the
    building blocks for life might be just right for
    extraterrestrial life to flourish.
    Brad Gibson is a Professor of Astrophysics. He completed his MSc and PhD at the University of British Columbia, building the world’s first Liquid Mirror Telescope Observatory. He was responsible for using exploding stars to determine the expansion rate of the Universe (as part of the Hubble Space Telescope Key Project), for which his team was awarded the Gruber Prize in Cosmology. Clearly a busy guy, he also discovered the first evidence that our own Milky Way’s nearest neighbours were being cannibalised by our Galaxy. Who better
    to answer the question: alien worlds and
    extraterrestrial life - where are they?!
    This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at

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  • Marley Justice
    Marley Justice 4 days ago

    Brad your thoughts on S4 Brad Lazar truthful then go to the National Press Club on my charnel where 21 out of 400 Distinguished Navy Army, Special Secret Clearance Personal, Ex NASA all prepared to go before congress as Witnesses to UFO sightings as far back to WW2 & have documentation of missiles being deactivated by UFO’s on bases‼️ your thoughts welcome please

  • Saucedanator D
    Saucedanator D 15 days ago

    you did good brad. its tough to talk in front of a lot of people and you did fine

  • Allister Repula
    Allister Repula 15 days ago

    Very enlightening! Is there anyone who can tell me about our galactic magnetic field? I want to know if our sun or earth magnetic fields could/would flip when it passes through the middle of the plain of the milkyway galaxy? That might also explain the pole reversals that happen periodically on our planet or am I just grasping lol?

  • Jean-Pierre Michael

    I want more. Please frank, you did an amazing job but it needs to be finished whatever it means. What happens?

  • sk8punk318
    sk8punk318 Month ago

    No I’d say ideal would be the 3rd rock from the sun

  • sk8punk318
    sk8punk318 Month ago

    There wasn’t much alien and much more there’s an asteroid coming

  • Andrew Jones
    Andrew Jones Month ago

    Cheetah up ffs

  • scatman crothersghost

    No offense but in the thumbnail I thought you were weird Al

  • Lovie Brown
    Lovie Brown Month ago


  • Phill Jenner
    Phill Jenner 2 months ago

    I pretty much agree with the speaker. Not confident on finding life on the gas giant's satellites, but I'm much more optimistic that life is out there beyond our solar system....way beyond. And that's the problem, even with the development of antimatter prepulsion, none of us will be around to see the evidence. Only hope is a wormhole, but can they even exist?....over to you, Brad. 👽

  • Srinivasan R
    Srinivasan R 2 months ago

    Nothing to do with the title. This is fake.

  • Asha Varma
    Asha Varma 2 months ago

    Waste of time

  • Ivica Mijatovic
    Ivica Mijatovic 2 months ago

    If there is aliens, they can help us to totally invade and own entire Galaxy and much more, if there are not aliens, then we just have to do it ourselves, and have as much fun as humanly possible in the process. Meanwhile let's try not to extinct any more animal species on this planet, not to start a nuclear war, or any war, let's try to develop ourselves more and enjoy on THIS planet, while it still exists.

  • neil rich
    neil rich 2 months ago

    By definition any lifeform that is able to reach Earth would be so advanced that if they wished to remain invisible to us they would be invisible. So what makes you believe that they are not here when there are indications that they are here ? We couldn't see germs so they didn't exist. Artificial Intelligence doesn't exist so it poses no danger. Every major shift in human knowledge has been met with denial by the current proponents of knowledge.

  • Aitan Alien
    Aitan Alien 2 months ago

    Aliens are right here in your planet adapting to earth environment. The reason why you don’t know the truth because they will not tell you the truth that humans are in contact with us now. You humans need to be on earth because you may or may not be able to adapt to another planetary environment. Reason why we can adapt on earth is we have studied earth and humans for many cyclonns. Years on your world time frequency. We incarnate and know how to incarnate ourselves to be on earth. We know how to adapt. I have only a few years left until I am taken on ship with them. I will learn by the other aliens on there planet to adapt on there planet as I have your earth planet.

  • codyjones109
    codyjones109 2 months ago

    We the Earth all the stuff on it has only about 800,000 years left to live. The surface of the sun will have expanded enough to COOK this planet. The Earth is at 1% in the goldie locks zone inner edge. There will be nothing left on the Earth it will once again become molten. 2 choices move the Earth back or move to other worlds! Both are daunting!!

  • codyjones109
    codyjones109 2 months ago

    it is silly to assume Man is it! If universe is infinite and man is here then others are out there as well if not the odds of man being here grow to also infinite, and we wouldnt. If man is it this is very very sad news but no matter our tech we will never know.

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  • Talon Lucero
    Talon Lucero 2 months ago

    Why do humans think that intelligence is the apex of evolution? So far we don't seem to benefit our species or other species we might be a dead end. Evolution is based on efficiency and prosperity. So life why make intelligent beings? We might be a fluke the rest if the universe might just have never gone there... Think about that.

  • R Anderson
    R Anderson 2 months ago

    The Bible says, the Earth can not be moved, the Sun and Moon moves over the earth.

    • James Peden
      James Peden 2 months ago

      Is this an argument for Flat Earth? Or are you just letting people know that you know a biblical reference? Does it just mean you are a follower of Christianity and want everyone to know it? In short, what is the purpose or intent of your comment?

  • skbmsb78
    skbmsb78 2 months ago

    We’ll never leave this earth. We’ll kill ourself off long before we’re capable of existing off of this planet. Overpopulation, resource depletion, war, .... just be thankful you are alive now. Things will not get better with time. Not with humans.

  • Data Derivations
    Data Derivations 2 months ago +1

    Brad looks like a nice guy and a genuine researcher however....
    I would like to see people such as Brad take on the exo-politics side of things each time they present, as I see "Real" evidence from fellow scientists that any serious research or findings has historically been taken down and in recent months this is perhaps ten times worse. To make people even more frightened to come forward, the take downs come from people like Brad who serve as a sort of net to tempt, catch and dispatch anything an unidentified power does not want put out there! I hear there is hope that this will soon change and the problem people will be taken down hard. My advice, wait till after that folks for any serious talk and answers.

  • Gas Mask
    Gas Mask 2 months ago +5

    sup noobs.. this dude gets a thumbs up for the Robert Plant Hair alone.... cuz thats the way i roll

  • Matt Jensen
    Matt Jensen 2 months ago

    Weird Al?

  • Firemarshal Bill
    Firemarshal Bill 2 months ago

    At your moms house, Weird Al!!

  • profnasty
    profnasty 2 months ago

    The guy at the end of the bar just came back from military- Iraq. I think he's killed about 20 people. He's getting drunk. Do you think I worry about space creatures? Earth provides plenty of challenges.

  • Paul Billingham
    Paul Billingham 2 months ago

    Yes an interesting talk with a lot of factual evidence, however the title is completely misleading; a more accurate title might have been, 'the forthcoming destruction of the earth.' And even then so what, we are born and we die.

  • SOLOman
    SOLOman 2 months ago

    Aren't we lucky that we are not alone then ;)

    We have been visited many times before and that visitor has assured those visited that the Earth was created for a purpose and was meant to be inhabited - apparently for a very long time to come and, that an ELE is definitely not going to take us/humanity out anytime soon and, further that visitor has assured those visited - that there is one more trip/visit to earth yet to come in our future:

    Isaiah 45:17-19 King James Version (KJV)
    17 But Israel shall be saved in the Lord with an everlasting salvation: ye shall not be ashamed nor confounded world without end.
    18 For thus saith the Lord that created the heavens; God himself that formed the earth and made it; he hath established it, he created it not in vain, he formed it to be inhabited: I am the Lord; and there is none else.
    19 I have not spoken in secret, in a dark place of the earth: I said not unto the seed of Jacob, Seek ye me in vain: I the Lord speak righteousness, I declare things that are right.

  • samantha mason
    samantha mason 2 months ago

    aliens are here under earth oceans dumbs dulce

  • samantha mason
    samantha mason 2 months ago

    You did a perfect presentation don't worry

  • Karen Revell
    Karen Revell 2 months ago

    Wow, you live in a dark world of fear. God says we can move mountains, so we should be able to stop a comet, either by will or by technology. The aliens are out there, they just can't make physical contact because our frequencies are too low and they can't handle it. We create our world through the quantum field and it is time we start creating what we love and stop allowing the deep state to keep us prisoners through fear. Time for peace and love; coming soon!!

  • doorran
    doorran 2 months ago

    the universe might also be an illusion .. created by a huge population of super powerful individuals running a Truman Show type enterprise on earth.

  • Lawrence J DeSimone
    Lawrence J DeSimone 2 months ago

    We don't know what is out there. Everything we see is what was there in the past.

  • Lawrence J DeSimone
    Lawrence J DeSimone 2 months ago

    The Roman civilization and the many other human civilizations prior to ours never developed radio wave tech communications so I suppose those type of life forms would never be detected by SETI.

  • John Doe
    John Doe 2 months ago

    Aliens dont exist

  • John Doe
    John Doe 2 months ago

    We are alone

  • Randal Christensen
    Randal Christensen 2 months ago

    u did great bro u cover a lot of ground,,,,,, thank u

  • Guitar Memoir
    Guitar Memoir 2 months ago +1

    I loved your work when you were singing in Led Zeppelin. ;-)

    I agree with others though, disclosure is coming. They have been here for longer than we have.

  • klondike99
    klondike99 2 months ago

    I think most biological civilizations create artificial intelligence which immediately eliminate them ala terminator. These AI's then can travel the universe without mortal limits.

  • James Blanshard
    James Blanshard 2 months ago +1

    Forget Ted, try the disclosure project, particularly Unacknowledged by Dr Steven Greer.

  • Lulu Kh
    Lulu Kh 2 months ago +1

    We r not alone ! idiots !!! Wake up 👽👽👽👽

  • Haribo 73
    Haribo 73 2 months ago +1

    Very interesting talk and a very interesting chap.....but I still can't listen to a Canadian person say "aboot" without thinking of South Park....🤣🤣

  • Joan Jones
    Joan Jones 2 months ago

    Wonderful talk. gosh we can't even improve life here on earth....imagine what we would do to aliens? Or them to us? maybe not life in our solar system or even in our Oort cloud. but there are other solar systems all over the place like popcorn kernels. he is right the cataclysms wipe out life and planets on a regular basis.

  • Joan Jones
    Joan Jones 2 months ago +1

    we humans better beware of looking for and inviting in aliens....if they are anything like us...they will immediately kill us, dominate us, maybe even eat us. they must be out there but its a blessing we are placed out in the boonies...hopefully they will never find us! If we are lucky....

  • Howard Campbell-Downes
    Howard Campbell-Downes 2 months ago

    Toroidal physics dominates the cosmos as does the fibinaci spiral seen all about us. So... Probably flattish like a doughnut the best minds say.

  • Simon Clarke
    Simon Clarke 2 months ago

    I think that it is so funny, so many people look at our star and say it is in a remote place and why would anyone want to visit here. My view, based on what I have found out is, isn't remote good and if we found a rocky world with water on it wouldn't wee seed it with life forms that would be goof for us in the future. We just need to look at the Cambrian explosion to see this happening. Bacterial life muddles on for 3.3 Billion years not really altering much then within a handful of million years life is up and running with the same 26 types of life forms that we have today.

  • Astra Tr3b
    Astra Tr3b 2 months ago

    There could be 'aliens' out there..but who says they have to be more advanced than us? They might be out there as we are out here, doing their thing...maybe even trying to get to the point where they can meet us. Maybe they are intelligent enough for what they need to do to survive. We tell ourselves we are more advanced and intelligent than, say, ants... but we can't do what they do nor will we ever really understand them. They are perfectly advanced and intelligent enough to survive as long as we have in their space of the world.

  • Clint Wolf
    Clint Wolf 2 months ago

    Great, very interesting talk. Thanks.

  • Flying Potato
    Flying Potato 2 months ago

    Sun is misplaced...we are more outside.

  • ssb
    ssb 2 months ago

    It's all about .. we think... - no one really knows but they pretend to

  • MrShorek
    MrShorek 2 months ago

    "Want to believe" suggests the lack of reason in everyone, but in this guys case and in most cases, true understanding is actually ignored. If you cannot reason without a shred of doubt that life exists on nearly every planet (microbes included), then you have no understanding of bio-mechanics & evolution.
    Simply put, if you honestly think life doesn't exist on other planets, then you are quite simply a moron in this field of information. It is in fact, infinitely impossible for life to not exist on most (even if only half) other planets to a 100% accuracy. Please wrap your head around this idea of 100%. it is impossible for life to not exist on other planets, even in most cases, on most of the harshest environments in the Universe!
    Seeing is one thing, but reason is the path of true understanding.
    With so many new discoveries in the harshest of locations on our own planet where it was once thought life could not exist, the answer has become a simple one. You can believe or not believe in what ever you want, but belief holds no sway over reason or truth. It is quite simply put, a mathematical bio-chemical definite!

    • Marc Salyer
      Marc Salyer 2 months ago

      ​@MrShorek​, Look, you may be right about life outside of earth. But until there is testable, physical evidence what you have there is a hypothesis. Life is plentiful all over the earth, but, as of yet, it is absent from different moons, space debris, asteroids and comets, and Mars. I believe that some people need to be convinced that there is life outside of earth and other people need to be convinced that there is no life outside of earth. The former (science) seeks to KNOW while the latter (you) BELIEVES.
      That's some good, solid math, but it's presented here as a non-sequitur, red herring. A flat earther could use the same illustration to not prove his point as well.
      In your original post you presented a false dichotomy. You left no room for the agnostic position. You said,
      "Simply put, if you honestly think life doesn't exist on other planets,
      then you are quite simply a moron in this field of information."
      You're stating here that someone must think that extraterrestrial life is factual or they are a moron. That word "think" in that context means believe and your statement demands the reader think/believe the inverse, that there is life outside of earth. So no one is allowed to wonder and wait for the verdict? Why?
      Also, you call the person with whom you disagree a “moron”. That’s an ad hominem attack. You insulted people who would disagree with you rather than make a reasoned argument against their position.
      Also you presented a causal fallacy by suggesting that if life thrives in the harshest environments on earth then there must be life all over the cosmos. Harsh environments on earth may be good places to start studying the potential for extraterrestrial life but they don't prove that life exists outside of earth.
      But hey what do I know? I’m a moron.

    • MrShorek
      MrShorek 2 months ago

      @Marc Salyer Don't paint me with a brush of misunderstanding. Too many flat earthers on this planet and I am not among them, nor am I sheep. Simply because many cannot fathom within reason the understanding of what existing evidence shows. Observation is needed yes but enough evidence has already been given to prove my argument. Understanding the true catalyst behind life is the key.
      Similarly it is not unlike 3 x 2 - ? = 5. Where some people can reason the answer to be 1, whilst others "NEED" to be shown. Believe that!!!!

    • Marc Salyer
      Marc Salyer 2 months ago

      In this case, seeing is a scientific mandate for believing. Through reason you may establish a hypothesis but observation is the key to knowing. When you say, "It is in fact, infinitely impossible for life to not exist on most (even if only half) other planets to a 100% accuracy." you are stating your belief. It may be a belief rooted in reason and supported by your understanding of bio-mechanics and evolution (of which I am a "moron") but having never seen said life, then you are just like me and all the other morons you don't know with true certainty you just have a belief.

  • Chris
    Chris 2 months ago

    Get your hair cut mate.

    • Sword of S
      Sword of S 2 months ago

      Why should he ?

    • Howard Campbell-Downes
      Howard Campbell-Downes 2 months ago

      No way. I used to wear my hair exactly the same way, bright auburn in natural curls and ringlets.
      The trick is not to over wash your hair actually 😉

  • ItsMe NoName
    ItsMe NoName 2 months ago

    aliens are fake and nasa does nothing in space.start open your eyes and see what is hidden in plain sight.
    (sorry to break your dreams)

  • Billy Batson
    Billy Batson 2 months ago +1

    Given that analog radio is virtually obsolete after being in use for a little over 100 years, who knows what type of communication will be in use in 1000, 10,000, 1,000,000 years. And as far as whether or not extraterrestrials are watching us, can anyone explain what the US navy pilots saw buzzing the carrier Nimitz? They were physical vehicles that leave our military jets standing still. Either it's alien or extremely advanced human technology, either answer should be of top interest to scientists, but it doesn't appear to even be on their radar. Is the stigma of being the "alien guy" really that strong in the 21st century?

  • 369onerealitytwominds
    369onerealitytwominds 2 months ago

    Arcturus is 36.66 Lightyears away... It may not supernova, but if it is in a cluster? ...

    Also, the other life out there is beyond our collectives current level of perception... It's ED (Extra Dimensional) not ET.. and for us to perceive, we have to believe. It's all in your mind. Everything that holds us back is due to our ignorance, greed & the ego. Because we give our oppressors affection, attention and have intentions which only give them more power.
    Mr. Smith is a parasite and a foe, but also a part of the program too, you need to wake up and take back your humanity, know you're ONE and you are in control.

  • Safelist
    Safelist 2 months ago

    All those images of items and buildings on Mars are rocks? Wow, very interesting formation and erosion principles there I guess! I would be more inclined to believe they are faked but.... rocks?? Really?

  • Dave McKay
    Dave McKay 2 months ago

    Also, how do explain the videos, the eye witnesses that have seen and filmed phenomenon? Even International Space Station astronauts have been FILMED using their hands to cover their body cams from Ufos flying by the space station.

  • Dave McKay
    Dave McKay 2 months ago

    I believe that there's definitely other life in the galaxy. I also believe that whoever they are, know about us, and have been coming to Earth since time immemorium. You can't logic away the potential for alien life in the universe. The mere fact that we're an alien race, ourselves, proves that life is possibe.

  • Mil mil
    Mil mil 2 months ago

    My belief lies in the idea that Alien intelligence is set to climatize us before they reveal themselves so as to not cause example would be the appearance of crop circles with binary codes inserted in them..and UFO sightings in general..30 yrs ago we did not see nor hear the numerous reports that we do today and our government recognizes that this needs to be done slowly..the old saying we have nothing to fear but fear itself plays true..we fear what we don't understand..we are not quite ready in todays technology to understand how space travel of great distances to worlds that hold life is possible and for extraterrestrials to visit Earth..I don't believe when they do appear that these ships are operated by a living entity..they are being maned by computers or machines built by aliens with intelligence we have yet to understand..These ship are programmed to travel here and far beyond us after that...They investigate us by gathering our technological intelligence level..once we reach what is necessary to accept them and only then will they will share any technology with us at that point..right now we havn't the resources to benefit us or them to converse..

  • L Allen
    L Allen 2 months ago

    A 50 year old just told me when he was 9 years old saw a house size UFO land here in upper midwest.True.

  • Daves Reality
    Daves Reality 3 months ago +1

    This guy looks exactly like a psychopath currently in prison who took part in a documentary about killers . He had a lot of tatts on his hand though .

    • Astra Tr3b
      Astra Tr3b 2 months ago

      uh.......ted bundy was a real psychopath and he looked like your average ceo.

  • Kevin Merdy
    Kevin Merdy 3 months ago

    Mr. Gibson, with respect your naivety is astounding! Why would any member of an advanced intraterrestrial or extraterrestrial civilization want to communicate with someone of your limited intellectual capabilities? I am not trying to insult you. I'm just stating a fact. You don't even know the true history of your planet, let alone how it is managed. Furthermore, your knowledge of astronomy is based on primitive concepts which, in a few centuries, will be regarded with the same disdain as that of modern physicists who laugh at the notion that the Earth was once believed to be the centre of the universe by medieval astronomers.
    Alien life is much closer than you can imagine. Here is the reason why......
    If a universal God exists and it created ideal conditions for life to evolve only on Earth then this God would not be very intelligent. What intelligent God would create a fertile planet surrounded by a vast and sterile universe? The reality of the situation is that the four known forces which govern the behaviour of matter and energy are calibrated to such a degree of perfection that it is inconceivable that they were not predetermined to create the conditions for life to appear in all its various forms throughout the universe. Intellectually and mathematically, the postulate that life exists only on Earth is both naive and absurd. But if intelligent extraterrestrial life exists in the Galaxy, why have they not contacted us? Where are they located and what would they look like? These are the questions that have always been asked by an uninformed public. Unfortunately the people most qualified to answer these questions such as biologists, physicists, philosophers, chemists, astronomers and religious intellectuals have, for the most part, always claimed that we are alone in the Universe. Historically they have always been wrong because they have not had access to all the information that exists on the subject which is reserved only for a minority of privileged and very powerful people in the world and unfortunately that does not include you Mr. Gibson!

    I find it amusing that people like you don't even realize that Earth has harbored extraterrestrial life since time immemorial and that this planet is in a region of the galaxy dominated by a species called the Alpha Draconians from Alpha Draconis. Impossible you say? Not necessarily! Let me explain to you a bit of probable history. How would a hostile species tackle the problem of dominating another species? It is probable that the preferred method of controlling a planet for a highly intelligent and technologically advanced malevolent race of extraterrestrials would be covert infiltration rather than by obvious and violent force. Moreover, as a general rule, one does not destroy what one can control so the most logical strategy would be to control the leadership of the planet, its political, military and economic establishments but more importantly, the secret societies, affiliations and clubs which control these establishments. Conquering a species that doesn't know it has been conquered is the mark of superior intelligence. Obviously some people may doubt the existence of malevolent extraterrestrials in the first place. Why would they exist at all? The answer is that the universe would be a much less interesting and dynamic place if various species were not pushed to their limits in order to survive and evolve. Without conflict and struggle to survive in highly competitive environments, there would be no incentive to adapt and change. As a consequence, the process of evolution would slow down dramatically and the plethora of unique species that exist today would also decrease significantly. For intelligent and technological species, this eternal struggle is a philosophical one between the precepts of malevolence and benevolence. In other words between the desire to dominate other species or being subjugated oneself. It would also be the contrast between autocratic self-serving behaviour or believing in freedom, equality and democracy. Ironically without the existence of emotions in many extraterrestrial species in the universe, it is doubtful that benevolent species would exist at all because if all actions and behaviour are deemed to be acceptable without limits, then the emergence of a code of ethics cannot occur. In a certain sense, this philosophical struggle corresponds to the yin and yang in Chinese philosophy which describes how apparently opposite and contrary forces are actually complementary. More precisely, each serves as a reference point for the other. Fortunately the capacity for emotions such as pleasure and pain serve as a strong foundation for the emergence of a code of ethics among most intelligent species in the universe.
    Hopefully you will now understand that the universe is teeming with life. In other words by design. It has always been this way and will always be this way whether you accept it or not. I cannot expect you to understand why these cycles are eternal because your brain is psychologically programmed to understand absolutes and quantifiable events in finite terms. In this context the commonly held belief that the universe is approximately 13 billion years old and has boundaries is as quaint as it is inaccurate.

  • cliff mcclure
    cliff mcclure 3 months ago

    You know , there's not enough time for light to travel across the known universe in 11.5 billion years, so, there's that...

  • Tiffany Kennedy
    Tiffany Kennedy 3 months ago

    Intelligent beings have been here longer than this omnipotent dude. How embarressing as a species. We are encountered daily in this plane-t by the ancients even while watching your broadcast.

  • Crimson Clarity
    Crimson Clarity 3 months ago

    You know why we aren't shown greater things and alien interactions?....Because we can't get it right with ourselves so why be alkowed to propagate through the galaxy...It willnot be allowed.

  • Jeffrey Morton
    Jeffrey Morton 3 months ago

    I'm pretty sure an advanced alien race would view mankind and the Earth like we would view a beautiful peach with ants crawling all over it. As we would say "I want to eat that peach" and remove all those bothersome ants before taking the first bite, so too would the aliens remove the bothersome biological unpleasantness crawling around on the surface of their object of desire. For them. it would simply be a matter of washing their food before they eat...

  • ancient king
    ancient king 3 months ago

    if human's creation is a statistical impossibility - which is, the only possibility left is going to be alien creation.

  • Pastor Bill S
    Pastor Bill S 3 months ago

    At 7:40. Uh, how do we get pictures of things moving 500,000 miles an hour? No streaking?

  • Steve Larouche
    Steve Larouche 3 months ago +5

    The missing link is where did it come from? Time to wake up!
    It's time.

  • Ultramajik
    Ultramajik 3 months ago should i buy a lottery ticket, or not?

  • kiran phalke
    kiran phalke 3 months ago

    The title and the actual talk is very different. So where is the ext tr life? Aliens ets. I only came to know about some celetial phenomenon.. However the recording is good

  • William Hensley
    William Hensley 3 months ago

    Thumbnail is misleading, I thought Weird Al Yankovic was doing a Ted talk on aliens lol.

  • D Australia
    D Australia 3 months ago +5

    You'd have to have your head in the sand if you looked up and thought we are the one and only

  • Charles Long
    Charles Long 3 months ago

    Just study the available literature. There are 82 different species of what we might call “aliens” that have been interacting with us for at least 6000 years. Some of these “aliens” are actually earthlings. They live in deep underground caverns, and have their own societies. There is a secret space program, very advanced, where our military is attempting to keep us safe from hostile “aliens”.
    Only a few of the 82 are antagonistic. Most are here to observe and study us, and they have a strong non-interventionist agenda. If we started lobbing nuclear bombs at each other they would stop it.

  • Lazarett
    Lazarett 3 months ago

    Great Gonzo ! You are not enough intelligent to know how it can be an extra terrestrial life , people like you and me . And what to do when you will face to it . Stop to watch the movies kid .