For many years we, as a people, have wondered if aliens truly do exist. There are those that believe it wholeheartedly and those that dismiss it as a conspiracy altogether. Now there is video footage of an alien in the trees of the Amazon.

Personally, I think we would be vain to believe we are the only intelligent life form in the entire universe. Suddenly we are the only world that could ever exist? Have you ever seen the end of the galaxy? I haven't. We truly don't know what else is outside of our planet, so how can we possibly "know" that there aren't other beings out there?

Take Area 51. Why is that place even there? No one really knows much about it other than the "supposed" resting place of the space craft that crash landed in Nevada in the 1950s and that is "supposedly" houses alien bodies that were pulled from the wreckage. Ok, if the government wasn't hiding something there, why wouldn't they just come out and tell us what really is there?

I know you may not believe in aliens and figure that I am some nut job that believes anything that comes my way, but again I ask, how can we possibly be the only living beings in the entire universe?

I've seen the hoax footage that has been shot, I've heard the reports of sightings - heck, I've spotted some weird things in the night sky myself, so is this video the real thing? I'm not saying one way or the other, but it certainly seems odd that an alien would show up in the rain forest - especially when Vegas is much more entertaining!

What do you think? Is it ET trying to find his way home?