Alfred Lambremont Webre. October 15th, 2010, Seattle Exopolitics Examiner
On Oct 14, 2010, the day after the reported Oct 13, 2010 UFO decloakings over New York City and other areas of the world (as predicted by a former NORAD officer), Dr. Mazian Othman, Director of the UN Outer Space Office, held a press conference at UN headquarters in New York and candidly and spoke her mind on the extraterrestrial presence and extraterrestrial contact.
Examiner.com readers can watch a video of the complete press conference in the article below.
’Statistically, extraterrestrial life is a possibility’
According to one news report, “’Statistically, extraterrestrial life is a possibility,’ Malaysian astrophysicist, Mazlan Othman, told journalists in New York, where she is attending a General Assembly meeting on cooperation in the peaceful use of outer space.
“Othman says solar systems of planets around stars are constantly being discovered and when considering the billions of stars in space, ‘we could find life,’ though when discussing extraterrestrial life, it is ‘not always green aliens with large lovely eyes, but most likely bacteria.’
“The UNOOSA chief categorically denied recent press reports that she had been appointed as Earth’s ambassador for aliens should they appear, asking ‘take me to your leader.’ British papers covering a Royal Society meeting on outer space apparently jumped to this conclusion when they discovered Othman’s participation in an expert panel discussion about extraterrestrial life, contamination from space and other concerns.
“Othman concedes that she is not an expert on extraterrestrial life, but points out that as space exploration improves, its detection becomes more likely. She believes that the world must come together to lay out a plan for how to cope with such a discovery. She says it makes sense for the U.N. and its member states to determine who should represent humanity if aliens come to our planet.
‘UNOOSA is charged with promoting international coordination of space exploration, satellites, and the tracking and development of a unified response to threats from asteroids, meteors and space debris. It also formulates laws and guidelines on the peaceful use of outer space.
‘Though clearly flattered that her name has come up as a potential representative of mankind to beings from outer space, Othman says, “we are many years away from having a plan on the ready,” for that possible ET encounter. She chuckled when asked if by years she meant light years.’
Watch Oct 14, 2010 UN Press Conference by Dr. Mazian Othman, director of UN Outer Space Office