Even if no aliens landed in Roswell, they did land in China

Photo shows the famous alien ruin in Delingha, a city in northwest China’s Qinghai Province. (Xinhua)

It was a great loss to our collective imagination when scientist began to definitively state that no our signs of life had been found in outer space; and that space travel to and from planets in the universe would be nearly impossible given the limitations of the speed of light.  If nothing can go faster than the speed of light, that nothing can travel further than the limits imposed on the traveler by his lifespan and the speed of light.  So we are left with aliens from outer space in a movie, but not much else in the 21st century and our very advanced state of scientific knowledge.

It has not been that long ago, 50, 60 or 70 years when the possibility of visitors from outer space was not dismissed as fiction.  In the 1938 when War of the Worlds was broadcast, Orson Wells could convince thousands of people that we were being attacked by aliens.  In the 1950s and 1960s the debate over UFOs and their origins was treated as serious news and, except by the government, not a closed issue in most people’s minds.  Of course we are much more sophisticated than that now – we no longer see UFOs, Roswell, New Mexico is the gathering point of kooks, not the place where aliens actually landed and were captured.  Our science and our telescopes reach further into space and we have yet to find – or we the common people have not been told, if they have found some evidence of other and possibly more advanced civilizations out there – any evidence for other planets which contain life.

Given the change in perspective in my lifetime from: there may be life out there and it may have visited our planet; to nope, nothing out there – I was startled to read today in the Chinese People’s Daily of an alien site in China.  Aliens landed in China several thousands of years ago, the site – not yet excavated – contains multiple structures and other remains of the visitors and their visit.  The article was more about the crop circles recently discovered in the region – the first in China; no cause known.  The bit on the aliens was just a throw away paragraph to help place the location of crop circles into its proper geographical context.

According to a media report, the Alien Ruins is located near Tuosu Lake and is about 40 kilometers from the center of Delingha. On the south bank of the lake stand several pyramid-like mountains at the edge of the Gobi desert, each of which is 50 to 60 meters high with yellow-gray sides. There is a grotto in the shape of a triangle on the side of one of the pyramid-mountains that is the Alien Ruins. Chinese People’s Daily, 8-27-11

We may have solved the alien issue, but apparently not everyone has – see you next year in Roswell.  Of course it might all be in the translation, maybe the article just meant strangers – like redheaded, bearded guys from Europe.


2 Responses to “Even if no aliens landed in Roswell, they did land in China”

  1. 1 rexdstock1 August 28, 2011 at 7:34 am

    The only possible way to defy the speed-of-light aspect is to confirm whether or not it is possible that other dimensions exist where time stands still, or, goes backward. I’m still trying to deal with whether or not the universe is infinite. Fractals inform us that it (the Universe) just may be (infinite).

    Why China? Better labor costs? More lenient building codes?

    Location, location, location.

    • 2 Ken Adams August 28, 2011 at 12:27 pm

      China has more lenient immigration policies – we have a reputation for rounding up our unwanted, uninvited immigrants and locking them away. As to the speed of light traveling speed, there does seem to be some speculation on matter, or non-matter, that travels faster – like when stuff gets suck into one of those black empties – however, all of that is way over my head, figuratively and literally.

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