Essay On Extraterrestrial Intelligence

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What ever your belief in the arrival of the extraterrestrial intelligence, the fact remains that humanity has been forever changed. For the purpose of this article I will refer to the extraterrestrial intelligence by the more commonly accepted term of the Engineers. The term “engineer” has been given to the extraterrestrial race known in the scientific community as Mundus Gubernavi by doctors Elizabeth Shaw and Charlie Holloway (deceased) based on their belief of the lifeforms being responsible for “engineering” the human race. While still very little is known of this species, what we do know is that they are an ancient extraterrestrial species of unknown origin. They are in control of some of the most advanced technology ever witnessed, with emphasis placed on their skills in genetic engineering. They are believed to have been beneficent creators who traveled among the stars, terraforming primordial celestial bodies and seeding them with the foundations of biological life. As such, they are revered by some as gods by the species they created. Which brings me to the topic of this article. How has the arrival of the Engineers affected the world religions and the 51% of the world population who believe in a …show more content…
Furthermore, one third of those polled believed the faith of other religions would be threatened while two thirds of the non-religious polled thought the discovery would sway the faith of the religious as a whole. Rather than being shaken up by the confirmation of extraterrestrial intelligence, organized religion might accept the news, adapt and assimilate, and continue forward. In 2011, these statements were speculation. Highly educated speculation, but speculation nonetheless. What has changed in light of the evidence given to us

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