Saturday, November 07, 2015

Dr. Michio Kaku: Why Aliens May Exist, But Aren’t Landing on the White House Lawn

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Dr. Michio Kaku: Why Aliens May Exist, But Aren’t Landing on the White House Lawn

By Michael Sainato

One of the most renowned figures in science discusses extraterrestrial life, artificial intelligence, and the future of computer technology

     A bizarre space anomaly detected by the Kepler Spacecraft has caught the attention of SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence). The institute recently pointed the Allen Telescope Array system 300 miles northeast of San Francisco at the star, KIC 8462852, to test the hypothesis that the anomaly may be a signature of an extraterrestrial civilization.

“If this pans out it could be the biggest story since the invention of the wheel or the discovery of fire—it’s on that scale,” said Dr. Michio Kaku in a phone interview with the Observer. [...]

1 comment :

  1., they don't land on the White House lawn, they fly in an overhead formation (the 1950s) and otherwise, wait till you are asleep to bother you. Their 'propaganda' is on an Individual basis, and includes warnings about the environment...preprograming information that will come out in dreams. Their actions, when more open can be similar to that of 'ghosts' and polterguists. A good example of such being how they communicated with Whitney Schriber. Keep your eyes open and you, like myself may even catch them flying at low level over your local neighborhood.


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