UFO, Alien Research Being Examined By U.S. House Of Representatives [VIDEO]: Government Hearing On Astrobiology And Search For Biosignatures
By Staff Writer | December 09, 2013 02:41 PM EST
As UFO and alien life theories and claims continue to spread around the world, a recent hearing at the U.S. House of Representatives has piqued many enthusiasts' interest.
Like Us on Facebook
The topic of the hearing is "Astrobiology: The Search for Biosinatures in our Solar System and Beyond," and was held last week.
"The purpose of this hearing is to examine astrobiology research and the search for biosignatures in our Solar System and beyond. The hearing will include a general assessment of the multi- and interdisciplinary nature of astrobiology research, including the role astrobiology plays in formulating NASA space missions," says the summary of the hearing.
"It will also examine the techniques and capabilities necessary to determine the potential for the existence of biosignatures within our Solar System. With the discovery of potential Earth-like planets outside of our Solar System, the hearing will also investigate what methods are being used to determine if any of these planets may harbor life. The hearing will explore existing and planned astrobiology research strategies and roadmaps."
What this means for UFO and extraterrestrial believers, is that the fate of future space missions and funding could tailor to the need to confirm or deny the existence of alien life.
The entirety of the hearing can be seen below:
So far, reactions to this hearing have been mixed.
"It's kind of sad to see that we have to beg like this while our governments waste trillions on everything else. Space is the future, war is the past," writes EarthSphere on YouTube.
What do you think of this hearing? Will it bolster the research on the UFO phenomenon and alien life?
© 2015 KpopStarz. All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.
Latest Photo Gallery
Issues 04.28.15 | 12:23PM EDT
American-Born K-Pop Rapper Jay Park Weighs In On Baltimore Riots, Need For Legislative Reform Via Twitter
In a recent tweet, Jay Park joined the nation-wide push for new laws to address growing concerns over alleged police brutality.
Although sadness still lingers after the tragic loss of two group members last year, Ashley, Zuny, and Sojung have begun practicing again, with long term plans of a comeback.
Concert / Event 04.28.15 | 10:13AM EDT
Pop-rock group FTISLAND was awarded the title during a recent music event in China after their two latest singles, "Pray" and "To Be the Light" took over music charts in the country.
Trends 04.28.15 | 09:31AM EDT
As Big Bang Members Begin Planning For Military Enlistment, Group Expected To Focus On Solo Activities
YG Entertainment CEO Yang Hyun Suk assured fans that the group will not fizzle even as members enter the army.