Horizon: Season 43, Episode 7

We Are the Aliens (14 Nov. 2006)

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Episode credited cast:
Himself - Narrator (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Himself (archive footage)
Mark Burchell ...
Himself - University of Kent Canterbury (as Dr Mark Burchell)
David Deamer ...
Himself - University of California Santa Cruz (as Prof David Deamer)
Richard Hoover ...
Himself - Astrobiology Laboratory NASA (as Prof Richard B Hoover)
Fred Hoyle ...
Himself (archive footage) (as Sir Fred Hoyle)
Godfrey Louis ...
Himself - Mahatma Gandhi University (as Prof Godfrey Louis)
Himself (archive footage) (as President Nixon)
John D. Rummel ...
Himself - Planetary Protection Officer NASA HQ (as John D Rummel)
Bill Stone ...
Himself - Stone Aerospace (as Dr Bill Stone)
Chandra Wickramsinghe ...
Himself - Cardiff University (as Prof Chandra Wickramasinghe)


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Exogenesis for the masses
4 July 2009 | by (Scotland, United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Having followed this theory with interest over the years, it was a pleasant surprise to channel hop onto this interesting wee documentary.

Informative, without bias and exciting to watch (if sci-fi excites you like that...). It's funny to think that life from outer space could, quite possibly, have already landed, when there are still many who don't believe that life outside of our World exists (past the big fella' upstairs).

The panspermia theory is well explained here, and features the basis of the argument with both sides presented well. Lay back, watch it with an open mind and you'll come out feeling a little more informed.

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