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Austrian physicist finds dire warning to humanity in “universal language” from extraterrestrials in Billy Meier’s information Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August
A technique that allows radio astronomers to combine observations made simultaneously by multiple arrays has yet to detect any signs of extraterrestrial broadcast signals, Australian researchers have confirmed.
The SETI Institute has put its $50 million Allen Telescope Array (ATA) into hibernation because the organization is unable to attract the $5m investment it needs to fund operation of the vast radio dishes that search the universe for extraterrestrial life.
New discoveries point to it being more likely that humans are not the only inhabitants in the universe.
The alien life forms that we are searching for might not be "life forms" after all--they could well be sentient machines.
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., April 19 /PRNewswire/ -- SETI Institute, an interdisciplinary scientific organization that explores the nature of life throughout the universe, announced that starting today it will make large quantities of astronomical radio telescope data accessible to astronomers and other scientists as part of an effort to build a global community of searchers for evidence of extra-terrestrial intelligence.
The desire to contact intelligent life on other planets is much older than the UFO craze and the SETI movement.
A Johns Hopkins astronomer is a member of a team briefing fellow scientists about plans to use new technology to take advantage of recent, promising ideas on where to search for possible extraterrestrial intelligence in our galaxy.
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