How We Could Detect an Alien Apocalypse From Earth

How We Could Detect an Alien Apocalypse From Earth

How We Could Detect an Alien Apocalypse From Earth It’s generally assumed that we will eventually find signs of life in the galaxy. But rarely do we consider searching for advanced civilizations that have destroyed themselves. Here’s how we could do it—and what the search for dead aliens could tell us about our own future. Typically, astrobiologists and SETI enthusiasts are in the business of searching for signs of active extraterrestrial civilizations. Proposed signatures that could be detected by astronomical instruments on Earth include radio and optical signals, megascale engineering…

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Evidence Of Aliens? 5 Recent Signs We Are Not Alone

Evidence Of Aliens? 5 Recent Signs We Are Not Alone

Evidence Of Aliens? 5 Recent Signs We Are Not Alone The universe is not just vaster than we imagine, but vaster than we can imagine. Scientists estimate the cosmos contains hundreds of billions of galaxies. In all probability, somewhere deep in space there is a sun much like our own, which is shining on an alien civilization that is quite likely very different from ours. Perhaps, this extraterrestrial society is far more advanced than we are. Maybe, they have mastered intergalactic space travel and have visited our planet. Most scientists…

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James Pattinson Australia pace bowler signs for Nottinghamshire

James Pattinson Australia pace bowler signs for Nottinghamshire Nottinghamshire have signed Australia pace bowler James Pattinson to replace injured compatriot Peter Siddle. Pattinson, the brother of former Notts bowler Darren, will be available for the County Championship and 50-over One-Day Cup until the end of June. The 26-year-old made the last of his 17 Test appearances for Australia against New Zealand in February 2016. Siddle, 32, signed for Notts on a two-year deal ahead of last season, but never played because of a back injury. “As soon as James became…

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