As you may know in my previous post The UN’s Mazlan Othman who denied the other day to the Uk paper the guardian that she accepted the role of first contact officer to the UN is now attending a conference on the "scientific and societal agenda on extra-terrestrial life" . The Royal Society is the world's most prestigious institution for the debate and acceptance of new scientific theories - holding a conference on ET life amoung scientists there will bring the topic up to a serious level.
Othman mentioned that she would just be talking about “near-Earth objects" but one look at The Royal Society’s website reveals that the topic of the conference isn’t about “near-Earth objects.” Instead , the title of the conference is: “Towards a scientific and societal agenda on extra-terrestrial life.” It looks like the UN went into damage control about the leak of her role and we will have to wait to see where this goes after the upcoming conference.
Four panel debates include:
Calling ET, or not even answering the phone?
Societal questions raised by the detection of extra-terrestrial life
What could studies of extra-terrestrial life tell us about the future of humanity?
Extra-terrestrial life and arising political issues for the UN agenda
If you look at the numerous disclosure steps taken over the last month you can tell that the series of events in no co-incidence at all - first the Vatican makes a statement early September, Washington press conference on nuclear and Ufos, and then UN and Royal Society discuss ET life in October.. looks like a co-ordinated rush to help start preparing the public for the inevitable. Rate this posting: