Do aliens exist? This is a really interesting question and one that NASA has been trying to understand, explore, and figure out for a long time. We have not yet discovered life on any other planet, and we have not seen any scientifically supported evidence for extraterrestrial life.
NASA wants to assess how humans will react if alien life is found on other planets and discovery could impact our ideas of gods and creation.
According to reports, the agency is hiring 24 theologians to take part in its program at the Center for Theological Inquiry (CTI) at Princeton University in New Jersey, which NASA gave a $1.1 million grant to in 2014.
As space agencies launch new telescopes, rovers and probes to look for habitable planets and alien life beyond Earth, a British priest has been helping Nasa to understand how the discovery of extraterrestrials would change the way we see the universe.
Nasa does NOT have a good reputation among professional researchers and explorers. There are for example 300 military witness accounts on just the events of Roswell. Val: from Venus who spent 3 years at the US pentagon is photographed with 5 fingers One can also easily find plenty of details on the roughly 1600 ETs that visit earth every year.