Scientists unaware of ET presence on Earth
By Alfred Labremont Webre

Scientists at UK Royal Society ET conference unaware of extraterrestrial presence on Earth
AnybodyMainstream scientists attending the January 25-26, 2010 discussion section on "detection of extraterrestrial life and the consequences for science and society" during U.K.’s Royal Society’s 350th anniversary conference have given intelligent extraterrestrial life a mixed review.

Some scientists reflect a cautious optimism about extraterrestrial life. One report states, Mr. Marek Kukula, public astronomer at the Royal Observatory in Greenwich, said: “Part of me is with the enthusiasts and I would like us to try to make proactive contact with a wiser, more peaceful civilization…. We might like to assume that if there is intelligent life out there it is wise and benevolent, but of course we have no evidence for this. Given the consequences of contact may not be what we initially hoped for, then we need governments and the UN to get involved in any discussions.’”

Other scientists presenting at the Royal Society present a darker evolutionary picture of the threat of extraterrestrial civilizations visiting Earth. Simon Conway Morris, professor of evolutionary*paleobiology at Cambridge University, is quoted as stating that “Extra-terrestrials might not only *resemble us but have our foibles, such as greed, violence and a tendency to exploit others' resources. And while aliens could come in peace they are quite as likely to be searching for somewhere to live, and to help themselves to water, minerals and fuel.”

Open scientific discussion about the existence of extraplanetary life is reportedly encouraged in this conference. At the same, the Royal Society conference involves mainstream scientists who seem largely unaware of the evidence for an existing extraterrestrial presence on Earth at this time.

The Royal Society’s 2010 'openness' policy to ET
The Royal Society’s opening to a public discussion on the nature of extraterrestrial intelligent life comes almost two years to the day since the initial reported secret meetings on February 12, 2008 at the United Nations with selected UN delegations regarding the extraterrestrial presence. The UN secret meetings reportedly led to an agreement among 30 nations, including the UK’s representative Sir John Sawers, participating of a new policy of openness in 2009.

The United Nations 2008 'openness' policy to ET
A report surfaced of a series of secret meetings starting February 12, 2008 at the United Nations with leading U.N. officials and delegates who were being briefed by U.S. military officials regarding the extraterrestrial presence. A summary of the secret UN briefings reported that the participating nations adopted a new policy of 'openness' to public knowledge of the extraterrestrial presence, provided the extraterrestrials did not engage in overt aggressive behavior.

From one perspective, the Royal Society’s discussion conference on the detection of extra-terrestrial life and the consequences for science and society is a functional implementation of the new policy of 'openness' to the extraterrestrial presence as reportedly agreed to at the secret UN meetings. The U.S. Naval intelligence officer Source A, who reported the existence of these meetings has yet to publicly identify himself.

However, the scientists chosen by the Royal Society to present papers on the evidence for and impact of an extraterrestrial presence have excluded the extensive body of government whistleblower evidence, technical and radar data, and personal witness testimony to an actual extraterrestrial presence on Earth.

The closing of the U.K. MOD UFO desk
Moreover, the Royal Society meeting comes two months after the U.K. Ministry of Defence on Nov. 1, 2009 announced the closing of its UFO Desk after 50 years of public access. With the closing of the MOD UFO Desk, the only official public venue for the reporting of sightings of UFOs, or vehicles (phenomena) related to extraterrestrial or interdimensional life.

A policy of “official ET disclosure” may be scripted and involve specific pre-selected, cooperating ET civilizations. In such as case, the existence of an official channel open to public UFO reports such as the U.K. MOD UFO desk might prove an embarrassment. Public reports of UFO and extraterrestrial encounters might continue to pour in after official 'disclosure' which would be contrary to the parameters of official disclosure.

If the Royal Society meeting on extraterrestrial life and its implications is tied formally or informally to the policy of ET-openness reportedly adopted at secret 2008 UN meetings, then the Royal Society conference may be yet another phase of staged 'official state ET disclosure'.

This would account for the narrow range of scientific opinion represented at the Royal Society, and the absence of any of the existing evidence for the intelligent extraterrestrial presence on Earth.

Micro-disclosure: the study of microbial extraterrestrial life on Earth
The Royal Society conference appears to have implementing a predicted strategy of micro-disclosure, that is continuing the extraterrestrial truth embargo by the method of 'diversion'. Leading scientists are brought to London to say that extraterrestrials may exist on Earth, in microbial format.

Here is one example of this cover-up technique:
"Paul Davies, an award-winning Arizona State University physicist known for his popular science writing said Tuesday that life may have developed on Earth not once but several times. Davies said the variant life forms — most likely tiny microbes — could still be hanging around 'right under our noses — or even in our noses.'

"'How do we know all life on Earth descended from a single origin?' he told a conference at London's prestigious Royal Society, which serves as Britain's academy of sciences. 'We've just scratched the surface of the microbial world.' The idea that alien micro-organisms could be hiding out here on Earth has been discussed for a while, according to Jill Tarter, the director of the U.S. SETI project, which listens for signals from civilizations based around distant stars."

SETI project proponents, such as Dr. Seth Shostak, is consistently hostile to the scientific data evidencing the presence of multiple extraterrestrial civilizations on Earth at this time.

Next: The evidence about extraterrestrial life the Royal Society excluded
This is Part I of a multi-part series on the Royal Society conference on extraterrestrial life.

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