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Weirdly true or just weird?

Scientists have been trying to prove the fact of life on other planets for decades. We have so many science fiction films on aliens that it has grown to an occult factor.
So, this question is posed. What of life on other planets or in other galaxies? Do you believe that we are the only intelligent lives in all the universe? And more, do you think that if we are, were we always?  Does evidence of amino acids on other planets and water on the Moon say anything for the possibilities that life existed before us?
Take a look at this excerpt from a science journal and after watch the trailer of the factually based/live footage movie, The Fourth Kind.

Science 19 March 2010:
Vol. 327. no. 5972, p. 1448
DOI: 10.1126/science.327.5972.1448-a

News Focus
Lunar and Planetary Science Conference:
Lucky Glimpses of a Weirdly Wetter Moon
Richard A. Kerr
Planetary scientists recently flew a ground-penetrating radar on India’s Chandrayaan-1 lunar orbiter. At the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, they reported a distinctive radar signature from the interiors but not the surroundings of more than 40 small craters in the north polar region. Almost all of the craters are permanently shadowed. That combination, they argued, suggests ice, perhaps as much as 80% or 90% pure. But the Chandrayaan-1 radar is not confirming long-suspect reports of radar detection of massive ice in the south, so most researchers are reserving judgment.

Is it all just a hoax or could it truly be a reality?

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  1. April 7, 2010 at 6:12 am

    I like the style you took with this subject. It isn’t often that you just find a subject so to the point and informative.

    • April 25, 2010 at 4:26 am

      i thought i had replied via e-mail. if you did not receive that response, let me know. i do thank you so much for the comment. i always try to be straight forward with thoughts and opinions on any subject. please come back and feel free to comment on any other posts.
      -“rhetorical advocate”

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