The White House Disclosure Petition.

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PostMon Oct 10, 2011 12:38 am » by Frutty


Current tally - 8820

16,180 more signatures required for the White House to respond

Disclosure Petition Deadline - 22nd Oct 2011

Sign the ET/UFO Disclosure Petition here - [link to wh.gov http://wh.gov/gKC ]

Non-US citizens are welcome to vote

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PostMon Oct 10, 2011 10:22 am » by Aardvaaks


frutty wrote:Current tally - 8820

16,180 more signatures required for the White House to respond

Disclosure Petition Deadline - 22nd Oct 2011

Sign the ET/UFO Disclosure Petition here - [link to wh.gov http://wh.gov/gKC ]

Non-US citizens are welcome to vote

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I thought from the first post Fruty that you had to have a US zip code to vote? Appears the case on the web site, otherwise 17 K would be an easy target, I would have thought it was anyway in the States, must be amongst the huge population with an active interest in Ufology!

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PostMon Oct 10, 2011 11:03 am » by Aardvaaks


frutty wrote:Current tally - 8820

16,180 more signatures required for the White House to respond

Disclosure Petition Deadline - 22nd Oct 2011

Sign the ET/UFO Disclosure Petition here - [link to wh.gov http://wh.gov/gKC ]

Non-US citizens are welcome to vote

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After :look: you are indeed correct Frutty a Zip is not required just a valid Email address :wink:
The WH is to be commended for including folk outside of the USA :flop:
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PostTue Oct 18, 2011 3:28 pm » by Aardvaaks


10410 signatures to date, well the ET question sits in 20 th position.
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PostTue Oct 18, 2011 3:51 pm » by Rich316


10,000? that's rather disappointing... you'd expect more in an ideal world but people are so so distracted by things these days..

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PostTue Oct 18, 2011 3:56 pm » by Will69ease


It makes no difference how many people sign it. The white house is not obligated to disclose anything,
and I can promise you that they won't.

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PostTue Oct 18, 2011 4:22 pm » by Aardvaaks


will69ease wrote:It makes no difference how many people sign it. The white house is not obligated to disclose anything,
and I can promise you that they won't.


No the Whitehouse is not obliged to tell the truth but they have an obligation from their own web site statement to respond with an answer, we shall see.

Rich316 I agree that the 10000 number is disapointed given the nature of such a big big question. I wonder if an element of people are concerned at being tagged if they put their name to this petition, so this puts people off. I am suprised that it is also open to people from outside the United States to sign up to.
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PostTue Oct 18, 2011 4:32 pm » by Will69ease


aardvaaks wrote:
will69ease wrote:It makes no difference how many people sign it. The white house is not obligated to disclose anything,
and I can promise you that they won't.


No the Whitehouse is not obliged to tell the truth but they have an obligation from their own web site statement to respond with an answer, we shall see.

Rich316 I agree that the 10000 number is disapointed given the nature of such a big big question. I wonder if an element of people are concerned at being tagged if they put their name to this petition, so this puts people off. I am suprised that it is also open to people from outside the United States to sign up to.

Do you have a link to the web site? I wouldn't hold my breath for a responce from the white house either.

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PostTue Oct 18, 2011 4:54 pm » by Aardvaaks


will69ease wrote:
aardvaaks wrote:
will69ease wrote:It makes no difference how many people sign it. The white house is not obligated to disclose anything,
and I can promise you that they won't.


No the Whitehouse is not obliged to tell the truth but they have an obligation from their own web site statement to respond with an answer, we shall see.

Rich316 I agree that the 10000 number is disapointed given the nature of such a big big question. I wonder if an element of people are concerned at being tagged if they put their name to this petition, so this puts people off. I am suprised that it is also open to people from outside the United States to sign up to.

Do you have a link to the web site? I wouldn't hold my breath for a responce from the white house either.


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PostSat Nov 05, 2011 1:06 am » by Poooooot


I'm taking a break from my DTV break to share this. Many of you may already know, but I got an email today in regards to this petition.

Searching for ET, But No Evidence Yet
By Phil Larson who works on space policy and communications at the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy

Thank you for signing the petition asking the Obama Administration to acknowledge an extraterrestrial presence here on Earth.

The U.S. government has no evidence that any life exists outside our planet, or that an extraterrestrial presence has contacted or engaged any member of the human race. In addition, there is no credible information to suggest that any evidence is being hidden from the public's eye.

However, that doesn't mean the subject of life outside our planet isn't being discussed or explored. In fact, there are a number of projects working toward the goal of understanding if life can or does exist off Earth. Here are a few examples:

SETI—the Search for ExtraTerrestrial Intelligence—was originally stood up with help from NASA, but has since been moved to other sources of private funding. SETI's main purpose is to act as a giant ear on behalf of the human race, pointing an array of ground-based telescopes towards space to listen for any signal from another world.
Kepler is a NASA spacecraft in Earth orbit that's main goal is to search for Earth-like planets. Such a planet would be located in the "Goldilocks" zone of a distant solar system—not too hot and not too cold—and could potentially be habitable by life as we know it. The Kepler mission is specifically designed to survey our region of the Milky Way galaxy to discover Earth-sized, rocky planets in or near the habitable zone of the star (sun) they orbit.
The Mars Science Laboratory, Curiosity, is an automobile-sized rover that NASA is launching soon. The rover's onboard laboratory will study rocks, soils, and other geology in an effort to detect the chemical building blocks of life (e.g., forms of carbon) on Mars and will assess what the Martian environment was like in the past to see if it could have harbored life.
A last point: Many scientists and mathematicians have looked with a statistical mindset at the question of whether life likely exists beyond Earth and have come to the conclusion that the odds are pretty high that somewhere among the trillions and trillions of stars in the universe there is a planet other than ours that is home to life.

Many have also noted, however, that the odds of us making contact with any of them—especially any intelligent ones—are extremely small, given the distances involved.

But that's all statistics and speculation. The fact is we have no credible evidence of extraterrestrial presence here on Earth.

Relevant Links:

SETI
NASA Kepler Mission
NASA Mars Science Laboratory
Check out this response on We the People.

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