Stephen Hawking Says Aliens Exist but Are Dangerous


Astrophysicist Stephen Hawking, here during an April 5 lecture, suggested that an alien visit probably wouldn’t go well for Earthlings.

British astrophysicist Stephen Hawking says aliens are out there, but it could be too dangerous for humans to interact with extraterrestrial life.

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Hawking claims in a new documentary that intelligent alien lifeforms almost cer- tainly exist, but warns that communicating with them could be “too risky.”
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Astrophysicist Stephen Hawking, here during an April 5 lecture, suggested that an alien visit probably wouldn’t go well for Earthlings.
The 68-year-old scientist says a visit by extraterrestrials to Earth would be like Christopher Columbus arriving in the Americas, “which didn’t turn out very well for the Native Americans.”
He speculates most extraterrestrial life will be similar to microbes, or small ani- mals – but adds advanced lifeforms may be “nomads, looking to conquer and colonize.”
The Discovery Channel said Sunday it will broadcast “Stephen Hawking’s Uni- verse” in Britain next month.
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  1. Carrie M. Boyer, 28 April, 2010

    Well then. It doesn’t appear that this “scientist” used the tried-and-true scientific method of conducting experiments under controlled circumstances, then repeating the experiment to know whether or not his theory was true.

    The further people stray from God, the less common sense they have.

  2. Gary Byrd, 01 May, 2010

    Like so many other intellectuals who do not adhere to biblical principals of truth, knowledge and wisdom, Hawking appears to have educated himself into a stupor. When those who accept the ramblings of a Hawking over the calm voice of God they have given way to a very poor substitute. May God have mercy…

  3. Bill B., 03 May, 2010

    Amen Carrie! Professing to be wise, they become fools!

  4. Lynn D., 01 July, 2010

    Actually, Stephen Hawking is semi-correct. (More so than the 3 “intelligent” posters above!) Intelligent alien lifeforms DO exist and both the Bible and the Book of Enoch supports it. Only these “life forms” re not really “aliens” they are fallen angels (you know, the 1/3 of angels in heaven who elected to follow Lucifer rather than God). They merely represent themselves to deceived mankind as “aliens” from another galaxy. This is all part of the “mystery of iniquity” spoken of in Scripture. And, Stephen Hawking is also correct in that they are very dangerous (to those who have rejected the truth.) Those who disbelieve this are making God and His eternal Word into a lie in their hearts just as much as those who refuse to believe they are fallen angelic beings and insist that they are “aliens”. So in this case, an unbeliever has more wisdom than the arrogant professing “christians” above. “The further people stray from God, the less common sense they have.” (…..and the less discernment of the Holy Spirit, as well.)

  5. Dustin T., 13 July, 2010

    educate or point out your opinion but don’t criticise others, Lynn D.
    “Don’e use bad language. Say only what is good and helpful to those you are talking to, and what will give them a blessing.” Ephesians 4:29.
    “From a wise mind comes careful and persuasive speech.” Proverbs 16:23.
    “The wise man is known by his common sense, and a pleasant teacher is the best.” Proverbs 16:21

  6. Frank, 28 July, 2010

    Lynn D, You are absolutely correct. The truth always hurts those who need to here it. I don’t think that GOD said to sugar coat, or make politically correct your statements. We are running out of time, I think the statements made by Lynn D, are made to sound a little more urgent, not to offend.

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