Monday 6 January 2020

Helen Sharman believes in Aliens

The first British person in space has made an astonishing public statement. She says she thinks aliens exist. Helen Sharman OBE was taken to the Mir space station, the predecessor of the International Space Station, in 1991, the first Briton ever to leave the earth and one of the youngest people ever in space. She voiced her opinions about extraterrestrial life in two interviews with The Guardian. The majority of the articles, especially the first one, are a tiresome feminist propaganda tirade, typical of that newspaper. It falsely accuses history of sexism by "writing out!" Helen Sharman in favour of that "EEEEEEvil white male!" Tim Peake; when in fact this issue is due to a technicality, as I explained here long ago: The only interesting bit is the eighth paragraph of the second article where she says: "Aliens exist, there's no two ways about it. There are so many billions of stars out there in the universe that there must be all sorts of different forms of life. Will they be like you and me, made up of carbon and nitrogen? Maybe not. It's possible they're here right now and we simply can't see them." Source: and: The last sentence is the most significant, because it's not really controversial any more to say life exists "out there"; indeed, the former head of MI6 said as much, see: As I detail in the background links, this concept has actually been used to distract from the fact that they are not just out there, but down here; and then Dr Sharman says just that. UFO's are often reported to appear and disappear instantly. Perhaps they actually become invisible through some means, possibly because they are made up of different substances or even a different form of matter. Her mission took place in May of 1991 and only lasted eight days. During that time she did not do any extravehicular activity, unlike Tim Peake. She spent her time carrying out an experiment to gauge the effect of cosmic radiation on seeds. However, I wonder if she saw anything out of the window she was not supposed to. Well done, Dr Sharman, for speaking out on the issue of aliens and for expressing your opinions publicly. It's not easy to do that in this atmosphere of official ridicule and denial.

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