This video is going somewhat viral with the recent news that the ESA’s Rosette mission has set a date of November 12th as the landing date on the comet 67P. This has been a mission 20 years in the making and been a combined effort between ESA and NASA. If a 20 year effort spanning both NASA and ESA to simply land on one random passing comet isn’t eyebrow raising enough, there’s more…
This comet is especially odd in that there is zero ice and no tail. These are two things that you would expect to see on all normal comets.
Furthermore, the YouTube video above shows a disc shaped object in an ESA picture of the comet. Click Here for full image from ESA. The video also claims to show a transmission tower.
BP Watch also shows an anonymous email/letter from someone who claims to be an ESA insider. The letter makes claims that NASA and the ESA have been picking up radio signals from this particular comet for 20 years now (since the date the joint mission began to be planned).
The timing is interesting to say the least. On 9/22 the Huffington Post reported: A few days ago, NASA tried closing the gap between life on Earth and the possibilities of life elsewhere. The space agency and the Library of Congress (image below left) brought together scientists, historians, philosophers and theologians from around the world for a two-day symposium, “Preparing For Discovery.” Their agenda: To explore how we prepare for the inevitable discovery of extraterrestrial life, be it simple microbial organisms or intelligent beings.
What say you? Is Comet 67p simply a rock comet without ice and a tail that we randomly decided to plan a 20 year mission to explore? Or is Comet 67p something much different and a key part of our search for alien life?