Sources: Archaeology Anthropology and Interstellar Communication [Wayback Machine backup copy; PDF], Sploid (Gizmodo), Mail Online, The Huffington Post (UK)
quote: I’m not very intelligent.
quote: Personally I am a lot more comfortable with the idea of us being visited by extraterrestrials in the past than I am with the idea of us being visited by God and/or his children…
quote: What I found funny about his comment is that there's more "evidence" (notice I used quotes here) backing Christianity than there ever has been to support extraterrestrials visiting Earth. I don't see how one is any more grounded in reality than the other, personally.
quote: Theories require scientific proof
quote: Alien theory has not even the smallest shred of scientific evidence
quote: Alien theory has not even the smallest shred of scientific evidence just like religion, so saying one is grounded in reality and aligned with science and the other isn't,
quote: But it's unfortunate that so many articles would mischaracterize NASA's work in such a way as to seemingly implicate it with conspiracy theorists that have no scientific evidence. - See more at: http://www.dailytech.com/article.aspx?newsid=34945...
quote: Not all people who claim contact with extraterrestrials or have had sightings of UFO's are "conspiracy theorists".What is a "conspiracy theorist", but a historian anyways?
quote: Clearly I'm referring explicitly to those who believe that rock art was made not by human hands, but by alien "visitors" as conspiracy theorists.