Remember the 90's? When the subject of aliens was wildly embraced in the American pop culture that Hollywood capitalized on the frenzy and made some movies (Independence day starring Will Smith was one of it) about it. This subject of alien's existence has made its way into the front pages of magazines, mostly the junk ones that consistently (you know the one that is always stashed beneath the counter at the grocery stores) write about an alien either landing on earth from outer space, with pictures to prove it. The pictures of these creatures are just creepy to say the least.
Scientologists are not the only ones who believe in the existence of aliens. Some regular folks do tell me that the concept that we (humans) are the only inhabitants on this planet is just absurd to say the least, that in other planets, be it Mars, or Jupiter, or in space, wherever, there are some forms of life there that we can't really pinpoint. And the universe, as vast as it is, with constant discoveries embarked upon by scientists today about the existence of other planetary bodies, evidence of the Handiwork of the Supreme Being have not really sold on to the general populace about the existence of aliens or other humans outside planet earth. Naysayers, of course would have a field day, attributing it to a coverup by the American government.
However, I still hold tenaciously to the the belief that human beings are the only occupants of this earth.
Do you all think so?