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Oct 2010 19

by Nixon

It’s been a while since I posted a Tin Foil Hat Report, but this is a good one. It comes right in the middle of my reading UFOs: Generals, Pilots and Government Officials Go On the Record, which Fractal Suicide kindly sent me the other week. Hence I’m primed and ready with my tin foil hat – especially in light of the slew of recently reported alien-related developments.

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Oct 2010 05

by Damon Martin

Scientists from the University of California Santa-Cruz and the Carnegie Institute of Washington have announced the discovery of a planet a scant 20 light years away from Earth that could theoretically be habitable since it has all the characteristics of a planet that could support life.

Gliese 581-g is the latest planet discovered by scientists studying the Red Dwarf star called Gliese 581, which resides in the Libra constellation. The team’s findings were strong enough for them to declare the new planet livable by Earth standards. As many scientists state when dealing with extraterrestrial life, where there is water there could be life. Gliese 581-g has all of the necessary factors to create and sustain water, as well as an atmosphere similar to what we have on Earth.

Professor Stephen Vogt, a member of the team that discovered Gliese 581-g, admits that they don’t know for sure if the planet currently has any life forms growing or living on the surface, but he is confident enough to make a very educated guess going as far as saying, “that chances for life on this planet are 100 percent.”

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