I find it hard to understand how people today can actually believe we are alone in the universe.  That this planet, this single small world floating in a vast sea of stars would be the only planet to create life.

Such a small minded view is, in my sometimes not-so-humble opinion, ridiculous considering just how many stars there are in our galaxy alone.

This is why I’ve created this site, to share videos, experiences, etc of the thousands of people on our planet who are convinced, beyond a shadow of doubt, that we are not alone.

But while belief is a good thing, we also are on the search for real, solid, irrefutable proof.

Something that will force the government to reveal everything they know about extraterrestrials.  Because there is no doubt they are withholding information on this subject.

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Who Am I

I’m a geek, nerd, husband, father, veteran, realist, a researcher at heart, and someone who doesn’t judge, (generally speaking), until all the facts are in.

I believe that extraterrestrials could be a lot like us in a number of ways.

Love, compassion, greed, violence, hatred, bigotry, religious fervor, curiosity, indifference, or even some behavior we won’t understand at all. These are all things that we, the human race, should be ready for when they finally let themselves be known.

Consider this…

Former US President Ronald Reagan once stated that he believed the only way the human race would get together as one was if an alien species attacked our planet. He was a firm believer in extraterrestrials due to his own encounters with them.

With that in mind, and even though a lot of people may wish otherwise, we must accept that just because a species has reached a certain level of technical knowledge doesn’t necessarily mean they are benevolent.

So when we do finally reach a point where we can travel to the stars, we will be following in the footsteps of giants.

I don’t know about you, but I’d prefer not to get stepped on.