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Broadcasted friday 30th november 2007.
Even Michio Kaku and the civilian scientific community think that alien life should be top secret, even if it's found lightyears away in outer space. Then imagine if they were here already, do you think the governments and the scientists would tell us? There is without a doubt a conspiracy of secrecy regarding alien life wherever it may be found.
Don't get me wrong, I'm a big fan of Michio Kaku and I enjoy his work and information on science as well as appreciate his openess to ET lifeforms, an openess that has been lacking among the scientific community for a long time. I just disagree with Michio Kaku on his point that a contact should be kept a secret. According to myself there is nothing that could justify this secrecy. I'm open for discussions but my mind is set. There are no risks of being open to the public on this issue. I'm also grateful to Michio Kaku that he tells it like it is and that he doesn't do like all the other scientists and pretend that the information would be out in the morning paper right after the discovery. The secrecy is a fact both when it comes to intelligent life in other parts of outer space and when it comes to other ET civilizations already here. Don't worry, when ETs want us to know, they'll make themselves known whatever some humans say but it could take hundreds or even thousands of years. ETs don't have any reasons to hurry, why would they? We're not that important to talk to and we don't have anything they need that they can't get their hands(?) on already. I'm sure they have some cool holodecks that are far more enjoyable than passing time with a Type 0 human. Time will tell and until then we just have to settle for some good UFO sightings like the Rendlesham Forest case and more.