Post by hebrews1135 on Jul 18, 2017 14:17:32 GMT
Hackers claim NASA was to announce ‘alien life’
Hacking group ‘Anonymous’ has claimed NASA is on the verge of announcing the discovery of alien life.
In a video posted to YouTube, the group suggests NASA scientists made the announcement at the last meeting of the US Science, Space and Technology committee.
The hackers claim NASA Science Mission Directorate Professor Thomas Zurbuchen told the meeting that our civilisation was on the verge of discovering evidence of alien life in cosmos.
“Taking into account all of the different activities and missions that are searching for alien life, we are on the verge of making one of the most profound, unprecedented discoveries in history,” he said according to the hackers.
Quoting a NASA spokesperson, the video also says there are many who claim that unofficially, mankind has already made contact with aliens and not just little micro-organisms floating around inside a massive alien ocean, “but advanced space-faring civilisations.”
The suggestion comes after the space agency announced its Kepler space observatory discovered 2019 “potential news worlds” in other solar systems which could be in the “goldilocks” zone – which is adequate temperature to permit life.
“Twenty-five years ago, we didn't know that planets existed beyond our solar system,” the spokesperson said, according to the video.
"Today we have confirmed the existence of over 3,400 exoplanets that orbit other suns, and we continue to make new discoveries."tenplay.com.au/news/national/june-2017/hackers-claim-nasa-was-to-announce-alien-life
Post by hebrews1135 on Jul 18, 2017 14:19:25 GMT
'Strange' signals that appear to be coming from a star close to Earth may have been sent by ALIENS, scientists say
Astronomers picked up the communications in May and have refused to rule out the possibility they were sent by extraterrestrials
STARGAZERS have received “some very peculiar signals” while observing a distant dwarf star.
Experts listening in at the Arecibo Observatory were on a planet-spotting mission when the strange “pulses” came over the radio between April and May.
However, while boffins have not ruled out the possibility that the signals were produced by aliens, it’s not currently the top theory about their origin.
It wasn’t until two weeks after the project finished that they noticed the strange signals which came from Ross 128 (GJ447), some 11 light years away, on 12 May at 1.53 AM (BST).
Ross 128 is a small red dwarf that is the 12th closest star to Earth – which makes it very close indeed when compared to the billions and billions of other suns out there in the universe.