Global Warming May Cause Alien Attack Says PSU Pundit

An astrobiologist affiliated with Penn State and NASA has co-written a paper suggesting signals to space  be curtailed since they might inspire aliens to attack us due to our slowness in dealing with global warming.

Shawn Domagal-Goldman, along with   fellow scientists Seth D. Baum, and Jacob D. Haqq-Misra, issue this dire warning in their paper Would contact with extraterrestrials benefit or harm humanity? A scenario analysis which is now making international news.

Granted these smart people posit possible positive contacts with ETs such as advancement in knowledge and such.

And they note that in the event of a hostile encounter we might heroically triumph over them or be saved via intervention by a second group of aliens.

And you kind of wonder how much tax money went into producing this stuff.

Those who support shoveling this money at Domagal-Goldman et al are the same ones who laugh at those who have expressed skepticism of evolution such as Rick Perry and Michele Bachmann.

It seem the less you fear God the more likely you are to fear  invisible men in the sky.

It should be noted that TV and radio broadcasts are among the signals we send into outer space.




 

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  • 8/19/2011 2:17 PM Joe spivitz wrote:
    Have no fear. Alien invaders arrived in Grovers Mill, N.J. in 1938 and we were able to repel them using Springfield Rifles. Professor Orson Welles wrote a marvelous thesis on the incident. This should be a required course in all of our tax supported colleges and universities.
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  • 8/20/2011 8:14 PM Fran Coppock wrote:

    This would be funny if we weren't paying for it. What a waste of time and money.

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