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Steven Hawking Supports Gov. Jan Brewer April 29, 2010

Posted by gregquill in Uncategorized.

Well, it looks like the legislature of the State of Arizona, and Governor Jan Brewer, weren’t so dumb after all by passing and signing a bill into law to control aliens coming in to Arizona.

Stephen Hawking, one of the smartest guys on earth (except for that little black hole “Oops”), just released a warning.

“BEIJING, April 27 (Xinhuanet) — British astrophysicist Stephen Hawking claims in a new documentary that aliens do exist but humans should stay away from them, according to media reports Tuesday.

“The physicist, 68, suggested that extraterrestrials exist not just on planets but also in many other parts of the universe, perhaps in the center of stars or even floating in space.

“If aliens visit us, the outcome would be much as when Columbus landed in America, which didn’t turn out well for the Native Americans,” Hawking warned in the documentary.

“Hawking also suggested that while most aliens are probably microorganisms or simple animals some could be intelligent and pose a threat to humanity.”

Yeah, smart bugs. Okay… Some folks call him a cosmologist, but that sounds like someone who works the Estee Lauder counter in the mall.

So, anyway, Arizona’s “Stay Home. Aliens” signs should certainly be pointed at Mexico, but maybe they should paint them in big letters on some parking lots, too. Or, just paint big arrows pointing to California, so the aliens can find their relatives. (Actually, both kinds of aliens.)




1. gregquill - April 30, 2010

Oh, yes! Aliens of ANY variety are not intimidated (“made timid”) by signs, slogans or even flame throwers.

If Israel can build a Settlements wall, if China can build a Great wall, if Khrushchev can build a Berlin wall… well, go fer it!

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