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Hunt For Aliens On National Geographic Channel

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Posted by hunt50 on March 24, 2010 20:58:40 UTC

Hunt for Aliens premieres Thursday, April 1st at 8 PM ET on the National Geographic Channel. Itís a new documentary thatís chock-a-block with cool science.

Beyond stereotyped images of UFOs and little green men, if you press many leading scientists, they will make a startling admission. Deep in their bones they believe that intelligent life exists elsewhere in the universe.
In this mind-bending special, scientists will reveal the evidence that has changed expectations about the existence of alien life. From an underground ocean on a planetary moon, to the discovery of distant planets, to a detailed imagining of what contact could be like, Hunt for Aliens takes a serious and scientific look at the greatest question of all: How will we
meet ET?

Hunt for Aliens features Peter Smith, Richard Greenberg, University of Arizona; Geoff Marcy, University of California Berkeley; Debra Fisher, Yale, Seth Shostak, SETI; Simon Conway Morris, Cambridge University; and GeoffreyLandis, NASA.

More info at: http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/series/naked-science/4276/Overview

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