Usually, when you check your home security camera footage after a long day at the water park, you probably don’t see much. You might catch a few passing cars or a fallen tree branch. Maybe a raccoon eating all your cat food. But sometimes — sometimes you find an elf dancing in your driveway.
Last week, NASA unveiled the first ever image of a black hole. It looks like an orange donut, a mysterious eye in the dark vacuum of space. But the question has never been what does a black hole look like? The real question is how are aliens involved in all this?
Where are all the aliens? asks Russian theoretical physicist Alexander Berezin in his new paper, titled “‘First in, last out’ solution to the Fermi Paradox.” It’s a question we’ve long pondered, and perhaps one of the greatest — in a universe so vast, and with so many seemingly habitable planets, why have we yet to …
Are we alone in the universe? Is no one else out there, exploring the vast expanse of space? Well, according to a new study, our apparent solitude might have something to do with the gravity on other planets. That is, some alien civilizations may not be able reach the stars at all.
They may already be dead or hidden, but a new study has arrived suggesting that intelligent extraterrestrial civilizations are likely to exist throughout the universe, extinct or otherwise.
Aliens are out there. In the sky, underground, between dimensions. And, if one man’s photo taken during his journey home from the Isle of Wight is any indication, they can sometimes be found on coach buses, too.
Oh, who am I kidding? We can’t stop talking about the paranormal now, not with the looming specter of evil alien invasion hanging over our heads. Just when I thought I was out… Here’s the story: Scientists like Stephen Hawking have long cautioned against the pursuit of alien civilizations and shooting signals out into space – …