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NASA hired 24 theologians to study human reaction to aliens: new book


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New York Post

Hannah Sparks

December 27, 2021

Between heaven and Earth, where do aliens fit in?

That’s the question that NASA hopes theologians at the Center for Theological Inquiry (CTI) in Princeton, New Jersey, can answer, in a recent effort to understand how humans will react to news that intelligent life exists on other planets.

University of Cambridge religious scholar Rev. Dr. Andrew Davison, who also holds a doctorate in biochemistry from Oxford, is one of the 24 theologians enlisted to help with the project, the Times UK reported last week.

In a recent statement on the University of Cambridge’s Faculty of Divinity blog, Davison says his research so far has already seen “just how frequently theology-and-astrobiology has been topic in popular writing” during the previous 150 years.



Well right off the bat you've got a problem. One that popular media Never addresses. The Odds Of Finding Higher Life On Another Planet? 1 in 10 to the 282nd power...against

"The Technical term for this is Ain't Gonna Happen"

Dr. Michael G Strauss



Is There Life Out There? Another Step Toward Its Improbability



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