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It's Official: NASA Told NOT to Discuss Alien Life!

In 1959, the newly formed NASA wanted to understand what the possible implications would be of their future explorations into space and so commissioned the “Brookings Report”.

On page 215, a section titled “Implications of a Discovery of Extraterrestrial Life” had some striking things to say on this subject, although entirely reasonable and rational: “Cosmologists and astronomers think it very likely there is intelligent life in many other solar systems . . . artifacts left at some point in time by these life forms might possibly be discovered through our space activities on the Moon, Mars or Venus.”

And on page 216:

“How might such information, under what circumstances, be presented to or withheld from the public for what ends?”

The report acknowledged that finding alien artefacts on other worlds was a real possibility and asked whether, if found, this information should be kept from the public. Did the government and NASA draw up a contingency plan as to what they were going to DO if extraterrestrial discoveries were made?

Of course they did, and today we witness every day the results of that decision: No official discussion regarding the matter of intelligent extraterrestrial activity in our solar system, whether on Mars, the Earth or anywhere else...


Book “Secret Mars” by M J Craig

"Proposed Studies on the Implications of Peaceful Space Activities for Human Affairs" (Brookings Report):;view=1up;seq=1

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