Business leaders of the world and prominent politicians had assembled for the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, from 23rd to 27th of January 2013 to discuss how to conduct business with extraterrestrials or ETs in the next decade.
The WEF is working on the assumption that, given the pace at which space exploration is advancing, there are clear possibilities that in another 10-years time the world would have to deal with aliens and ETs on the economic front.
This has been outlined in the Global Risk report of WEF for 2013 – it is obvious, one section of society believes that there could be truths in reports of sightings of UFOs and ETs.
With this in mind, the WEF and the global community would conduct brainstorming sessions to define business modules and discuss various issues and risks that the world might have to face in the next decade on this hitherto unexplored front.
This has been reported in main.aol.com of dated 2nd of February 2013.
WEF have labeled this as a threat which falls in the category of an unheralded danger that could sneak up on Earthlings and it could involve possible consequences of social contacts with the aliens.
In order to meet these challenges, it would be necessary to earmark new funding and new brain power so that encounters with extraterrestrials can be handled with confidence.
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