Why does Hollywood depict humans overcoming alien invasions?

Through the annals of Hollywood history there have been reoccurring themes of the invasion angles, and “evil alien” agenda with films like “Independence Day” and “Mars Attacks!” There have also been the lighthearted friendly alien movies like “E.T.” and “Paul” to counter the blow’em up popcorn flicks, which could all be part of the idea that Hollywood is in on the plan for a slow disclosure that includes pop culture. In these invasion films, despite being technologically disadvantaged in every way possible, humanity finds a way to win, but is this scenario even possible?

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NASA engineers weigh in on potential for extraterrestrial life, Tic-Tac UFO videos

NASA’s U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama is more than just a monument to aerospace history, and hands-on exhibits; the facility hosts past and present NASA engineers currently working on pushing the next step in space exploration.

As the topic of UFOs move more into mainstream talk, it’s always good to get a professional perspective on one of the most baffling questions ever.

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REVIEW: 'Unidentified' a fine first step in mainstreaming UFOs

The To The Stars team has been clandestinely filming and planning big investigations ever since Tom DeLonge took a video camera with him to the White House years ago before To The Stars Academy of arts and Science was even a thing.

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All the times Tom DeLonge references UFOs, mysteries of universe in songs

Through a highly successful pop punk band in blink-182 to an arena rock act in Angels & Airwaves with a post-hard core Box Car Racer project in between, Tom DeLonge has always sprinkled cues in his songwriting of his out-of-the world interests.

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