Newsweek Talks About Alien Height And Weight In The Universe, April 2015, UFO sighting News.

Date of article: April 2015
Source: Newsweek.com

Below is a snippet from an interesting article from Newsweek. They try to say that most aliens are 650 pounds or more. UFO reports over the last 5 decades indicates such aliens exist, and have been seen coming out of a spacecraft that landed in a city park. There is something that you should know, where intelligence is involved, size does not matter. That means aliens can be a small as a insect or as large as a ten floor building. Its just that the aliens that are close to our size seems to make the most visits and have the most interactions with us...probably because they feel we will be less frightened of their appearance. Humans in general are very sensitive emotionally. SCW

Aliens, if they exist, are likely huge. At least that’s the conclusion of a new paper by cosmologist Fergus Simpson, who has estimated that the average weight of intelligent extraterrestrials would be 650 pounds (300 kilograms) or more. ET would have paled in comparison to these interstellar behemoths. 

The argument relies on a mathematical model that assumes organisms on other planets obey the same laws of conservation of energy that we see here on Earth—namely, that larger animals need more resources and expend more energy, and thus are less abundant. There are many small ants, for example, but far fewer whales or elephants. (More at source).


  1. Perhaps Fergus is Homer's brother.....why would one speculate on something as irrational as this? Absurd.

  2. but why would they say that without naming a "goldy locks zone" with the math of gravity to base it on at least, something tells me they're poking fun..


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