‘Do aliens exist?’ The question Brits most want answered

People are more interested in finding aliens in space than extending the human lifespan, a poll claims.

“Are we alone in the universe?” is the number one scientific question we want answered, the findings suggest.

Searching for a cure for cancer and proving God’s existence are also high on the agenda.

But Brits care least about how the universe will end and how long our lifespan can be extended.

The poll of 2,000 people was carried out to mark the launch of Science Month on TV Channel Eden.

The top ten scientific questions were:

1. ARE WE ALONE IN THE UNIVERSE? – 54 per cent

2. Will there ever be a cure for cancer? – 46 per cent

3. Does God exist? – 39 per cent

4. How big is space? – 33 per cent

5. How and where did life start on earth? – 30 per cent

6. Is time travel possible? – 29 per cent

7. Will we ever colonise space? – 27 per cent

8. What will replace oil and when? – 27 per cent

9. How will the universe end? – 24 per cent

10. How long can the human lifespan be extended? – 20 per cent

… and that is why Disclose.tv’s popularity will grow until the number one question is answered once and for all!

( via thesun.co.uk)