Vatican joins search for ET

| 10/11/2009

(Telegraph): The Vatican’s Pontifical Academy of Sciences is holding its first ever conference on alien life, the discovery of which would have profound implications for the Catholic Church. The Academy is holding a conference on astrobiology, the study of life beyond Earth, with scientists and religious leaders gathering in Rome this week. For centuries, theologians have argued over what the existence of life elsewhere in the universe would mean for the Church.

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  1. Joe Average says:

    Excellent juxtaposition of photos!  The one on the right we’re not sure it exists except in our imaginations.  The one on the left exists only in our imaginations.  There is one we control.  And one that controls us.

    You’re going to hell for this CNS.  I hope you know that.  We’ll all see you there!

  2. Anonymous says:

    I think the photographs accompanying your headline are awesome!  I recognize the lovable "E.T." as the cute alien in the picture on the right. However, I am not sure which science fiction movie you found the really spooky and scary-looking being pictured in the left photograph. (You sure you didn’t get your movie genres wrong and get that picture from a horror flick?)