Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Scientists Urged To Seek Contact with Aliens | VIDEO

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Scientists Urged To Seek Contact with Aliens
Researchers are considering what the message from Earth should be. BBC World viewers write their own

By Pallab Ghosh
BBC News
Scientists at a US conference have said it is time to try actively to contact intelligent life on other worlds.
     Researchers involved in the search for extra-terrestrial life are considering what the message from Earth should be.

The call was made by the Search for Extra Terrestrial Intelligence institute at a meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in San Jose.

But others argued that making our presence known might be dangerous.

Researchers at the Seti institute have been listening for signals from outer space for more than 30 years using radio telescope facilities in the US. So far there has been no sign of ET.

The organisation's director, Dr Seth Shostak, told attendees to the AAAS meeting that it was now time to step up the search.

1 comment :

  1. If they have intelligent beings in this universe, why would they want to contact humans in the first place? "beam me up, no intelligent life at present time." Maybe in the future,but at the currant time, why would any intelligent life form wish to contact beings that kill just for the fun, and profit of it. Not so HUMAN, or is it? HU-MAN , what does the HU, stand for?


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