Alien shock revelation: Extraterrestrials might have already visited earth, says NASA scientist

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A NASA scientist has claimed that Earth may have been once visited-or is being visited-by extraterrestrials, but we may not have realized it. In his paper published by SETI, he said there may be some signals we have missed when it comes to looking for UFOs.

This would change our assumptions about interstellar travel, namely, that it's impossible.

"Our typical life-spans would no longer be a limitation (although even these could be dealt with multi-generational missions or suspended animation), and the size of the 'explorer" might be that of an extremely tiny super-intelligent entity'.

We want someone in a white lab coat with the NASA logo embroidered on the breast pocket to take us firmly (yet warmly) by the hands and say 'Hey dude, you might be right about aliens.' This man is here, and his name is Dr Silvano Colombano of NASA's Ames Research Center.

According to the researcher, humanity's current assumptions of intelligent life would have to be greatly altered if his suggestion of non-carbon based extraterrestrials turned out to be true.

Not only does Colombano believe that certain alien lifeforms have reached a level of technology where interstellar flights are possible, he also wrote that their lifespans and forms could have gone beyond our imagination.

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NASA scientists also welcomed the possibility that these extraterrestrials may have actually used technology to interact or reach out to us, but that their technology remains unfathomable for humans. Colombano said people have always known that aliens could reach out by transmitting radio waves.

Talking about UFO sightings, Colombano said that these sightings can not be "explained or denied" and that scientists should be more open-minded about the possibility of alien visitors, as per The Sun.

While Colombano is not suggesting that aliens "walk among us", many still think there's life somewhere other than earth.

The research paper has been gaining traction across mainstream media so far, but as Science Alert noted, the NASA scientist paper was just one out of 21 papers submitted for the workshop.

The scientist urged his fellow experts to "consider the UFO phenomenon worthy of study", and to expand the horizons of their imagination when considering aliens by adopting a willingness "to stretch possibilities as to the nature of space time and energy".

The expert concludes the paper by calling on technologists to explore "Evolvable Robotic Systems" while also beseeching the scientific community to look deeper into existing reports of UFOs and extraterrestrial phenomena including, but not limited to, a close examination of "130,000 pages of declassified US Air Force documents, National UFO Reporting Center Database and several other global databases".

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