United Nations To Appoint Space Ambassador To Act As First Contact For Aliens Visiting Earth


alien-etIf aliens ever land on Earth there will no longer be any confusion over who will greet them with the news the United Nations is set to appoint an astrophysicist to be their first human┬ácontact. Mazlan Othman is expected to be tasked with coordinating humanity’s response to an extraterrestrial visit, if ever required.

The 58-year-old Malaysian will tell a conference next week that with the recent discovery of hundreds of planets orbiting around other stars, the detection of alien life is becoming more and more likely.

Othman, currently the head of the UN’s Office for Outer Space Affairs (Unoosa), recently told fellow scientists that mankind needed to be ready to deal with alien contact.

‘The continued search for extraterrestrial communication, by several entities, sustains the hope that some day human kind will received signals from extraterrestrials,’ she said.

‘When we do, we should have in place a coordinated response that takes into account all the sensitivities related to the subject.

‘The UN is a ready-made mechanism for such coordination.’

Plans to make Unoose the coordinating body for dealing with alien encounters are set to be debated by UN scientific advisory committees.

If the idea is backed it will then head to General Assembly.

Professor Richard Crowther, head of the UK delegation to the UN committee, admitted recently: ‘[Ms] Othman is absolutely the nearest thing we have to a “take me to your leader” person.’

In April though Professor Stephen Hawking warned that the alien contact, if it ever comes, may not be as friendly as has been hoped.

In a documentary, the 68-year-old scientist said he imagined aliens arriving in ‘massive ships’ and could try to colonise Earth and plunder the planet’s resources.

‘We only have to look at ourselves to see how intelligent life might develop into something we wouldn’t want to meet,’ he said.

‘I imagine they might exist in massive ships, having used up all the resources from their home planet. Such advanced aliens would perhaps become nomads, looking to conquer and colonise whatever planets they can reach.’

He added: ‘It would be ‘too risky’ to attempt to make contact with alien races. If aliens ever visit us, I think the outcome would be much as when Christopher Columbus first landed in America, which didn’t turn out very well for the Native Americans.’



  1. I wish they would appoint me for the job
    Here’s a list of what i would do

    1.Stimulis Package
    2.Bail out Banks
    3.Bow down to every World leader
    4.Raise taxes
    5.Play golf every other day
    7.Redo highways that have been repaved last year
    8.Make peace between the the P.L.O. and Hamas
    9. clean up the gulf after it has been cleaned up
    10.Go back to where i came from

  2. If this scientist knew his stuff, he’d be aware the unimaginably slim chances of aliens visiting Earth much less actually being intelligent beings. It’s a total waste of time. I think the UN has bigger problems than setting up a welcoming committee to greet extraterrestrials.

  3. Oiy Vaiy. At least now we know why the UN hasn’t paid proper attention to the situation in Israel and to Iran. They’re busy dealing with how to communicate with aliens. I guess they finally saw the light and realized that they haven’t been doing a very good job communicating with humans so they gave up trying.

  4. There are no aliens. Genesis is quite clear about the process of Creation. Planet Earth is perfectly positioned in the correct orbit for life. Our lonely, beautiful, blue sphere drifting through space is a magnificent product of G-d.

  5. for the amount of $ they are spending on finding aliens…they might as well create one and put it on the moon…at least then they’l lhave s/t to show for all the $ wasted in last….50 odd years!