“The surest sign that intelligent life exists elsewhere in the universe is that it has never tried to contact us.” Bill Watterson
There is new prominent Israeli testimony that aliens are watching us. Nice ones, at that. See the above clip.
Yet, it is kind of suspicious that aliens would reach an agreement with the US government since the US harbors the fakest (Hollywood), self-centered, arrogant, depressed, superstitious cultures of all democracies.
This witness also claims that Trump knows but keeps the secret. Such self-control is more unbelievable than extraterrestrial life.
It is also a kind of convenient coincidence that this comes just before Israel’s second attempt to reach the moon, which always needs investors.
Also, all people returning from near-death always say they went through a narrow tunnel until they saw a blinding light, Heaven, with people from their life but much younger. A perfect description of sensory registration at their birth. I’ve never heard a birth canal story from a person born through a C-section, or the blinding light from someone born into gentle light.
Likewise, his ‘revelation’ sounds suspiciously close to why we still have not seen our Redeemer. We’re not ready. But as soon as we are, he’ll show up.
But now, there is also fresh scientific proof that the emergence of alien life anywhere in the universe is extremely unlikely.
Unfortunately (for the curious) or fortunately (for science-fiction), highly unlikely does never mean impossible.
However, Judaism may have the answer.
It is stupid to say that there isn’t alien life because the Torah doesn’t talk about it. The Torah also doesn’t command us to be dogmatic. Rather, the Oral Torah already explains that when we apply logic, humans should not have been created. But now we’re here, we should make the best of it.
I would add: Making the best of it doesn’t need or exclude aliens to exist.
Yet, the idea of good-natured (how punny) aliens sounds Jewish and nice.