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Do Aliens Exist? 10 Undeniable Reasons that will make you believe in Aliens!

Jimmy Carter (US President 1977-1981) and Dennis Kucinich a former U.S. Representative from Ohio reported seeing an unidentified flying object

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Jan 4, 2017: There are two theories. One, we are not alone in this universe and second, we are alone in this universe. Both are equally terrifying. So do you believe in aliens? It’s a complicated answer. We have always thought about extraterrestrial life, what aliens would look like, and if the creatures would come in peace, if they exist.

Here are 10 reasons that might make you believe in Aliens-

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  • UFO in France

In 1991 people of France claimed that a UFO landed there. Stanford University did many studies on the plants and soil in the nearby area and found mystifying damage due to “powerful microwave radiation.”

  • “Hill Abduction” or the “Zeta Reticuli Incident”

Barney and Betty Hill, an American couple who were kidnapped by aliens for a short time in a rural portion of New Hampshire from September 19 to September 20, 1961.

  • A giant space ship at the bottom of the ocean

In 2011 a diving company of Sweden was exploring the Baltic Sea for treasure. But they found a 60 meter circular object at the end of a stretch that seems like a runway.

  • NASA scientist Richard Hoover

Former NASA scientist Richard Hoover says he has found fossilized micro-organisms in meteorites.

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  • American politicians have seen unidentified flying objects

Jimmy Carter (US President 1977-1981) and Dennis Kucinich a former U.S. Representative from Ohio reported seeing an unidentified flying object.

  • Roswell UFO incident

“In 2012, retired CIA agent Chase Brandon performed an interview with The Huffington Post talking about the Roswell UFO incident. He told that the debris recovered was not a weather balloon, and claimed it did not come from this planet.”

  • Stephen Hawking

Stephen Hawking said “to my mathematical brain, the numbers alone make thinking about aliens perfectly rational.”

  • Phone call in Radio

In 1997 radio program Coast to Coast AM, then hosted by Art Bell, aired a call from a frantic man who claimed to be an ex-Area 51 employee. Not only was the call suddenly cut off after the man claimed “they” would triangulate his position soon but the entire show was knocked off the air without explanation. After a few minutes, Coast to Coast went back on using back up equipment, but the caller never contacted them again.

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  • Vastness of Universe

Now even those who do not believe in the UFO or alien photos and videos going around, there are many that’s, due to the sheer magnitude of our universe it’s nearly impossible for there not to be another life. You must first realize how big the universe is.

  • Egyptian Hieroglyphs

Ancient Egyptian usually spoke of beings who descended from above the sky. How the sky would open and then bright lights come down in order to teach them about technology as well as to show them wisdom. There are many people who also believe that it is clear proof that aliens once visited the ancient Egyptians.

Although these lead us to the conclusion that aliens exist. But until some kind of evidence is made public, the theories and accusations remain only speculation.

– by Ruchika Kumari of NewsGram. Twitter: @RuchiUjjaini

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NASA Probe Makes New Discoveries on Asteroid Bennu

As a result, Bennu's rotation period is decreasing by about a second every 100 years, the scientists explained

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This Nov. 16, 2018, image provide by NASA shows the asteroid Bennu. NASA

NASA’s first asteroid-sampling mission OSIRIS-REx has observed particle plumes erupting from the surface of Bennu, an asteroid the size of the pyramid at Giza.

The Origins, Spectral Interpretation, Resource Identification, Security-Regolith Explorer (OSIRIS-REx) spacecraft, which began orbiting Bennu on December 31, first discovered the particle plumes on January 6, followed by additional particle plumes over the last two months.

While some of the particles were slow-moving, the others were found orbiting Bennu, like small satellites.

Bennu’s entire surface was also found to be rough and dense with boulders, contrary to the Earth-based observations, which showed a smooth surface with a few large boulders.

This means that the sample collection part of the mission will have to be adjusted to make sure that OSIRIS-REx can touch down and collect a sample, said NASA while presenting the discoveries at the 50th Lunar and Planetary Conference in Houston.

“The discovery of plumes is one of the biggest surprises of my scientific career,” said Dante Lauretta, OSIRIS-REx principal investigator at the University of Arizona, Tucson.

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This artist’s rendering made available by NASA in July 2016 shows the mapping of the near-Earth asteroid Bennu by the OSIRIS-REx spacecraft. VOA

“And the rugged terrain went against all of our predictions. Bennu is already surprising us, and our exciting journey there is just getting started,” Lauretta added.

Further, the team observed a change in the spin rate of Bennu as a result of what is known as the Yarkovsky-O’Keefe-Radzievskii-Paddack (YORP) effect.

The uneven heating and cooling of Bennu as it rotates in sunlight is causing the asteroid to increase its rotation speed.

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As a result, Bennu’s rotation period is decreasing by about a second every 100 years, the scientists explained.

OSIRIS-REx launched in 2016 to explore Bennu, the smallest body ever orbited by spacecraft, is expected to return a sample of the asteroid to Earth in 2023.

The findings will allow researchers to learn more about the origins of our solar system, the sources of water and organic molecules on Earth, the resources in near-Earth space, as well as improve our understanding of asteroids that could impact Earth. (IANS)