Experts warn humanity of possible alien invasion, after this recent NASA announcement
Article by: Andacs Robert Eugen, on 24 April 2022, at 11:23 am Los Angeles time
Many experts warn humanity of a possible alien invasion, after NASA made such a fascinating, so scary announcement.
A team of scientists from NASA has developed a coded message that they want to send through our galaxy (meaning that it can go through any corner of the Milky Way), hoping to find extraterrestrial civilizations.
Fascinating, isn't it? Correct, but there is a part of the message that makes us a little scared of a possible invasion.
So far, messages have been sent through various transmitters, in the hope that if there is intelligent life received the message that was sent, it will send us a reply.
However, NASA briefly encoded the location data of the Earth and the Solar System in that message.
This means that we do not expect aliens to send us a message back, but to come right here on Earth (if they exist).
The messenger will be called "Beacon in the Galaxy" and contains, among other things: basic concepts in mathematics and physics about communication, digital images of the human form, elements of DNA, a time-stamped representation of the Solar System and the Earth system. .
The coded message ends with an invitation from NASA for the aliens to send us a reply.
If there are extraterrestrial civilizations, and the coded message reaches them, we should think about the worst: a possible invasion.
We don't know what intelligence an extraterrestrial civilization might have, but if they are able to decipher the message, it means that they are at least like us or above.
As the famous physicist Stephen Hawking said:
"We only have to look at ourselves to see how intelligent life might develop into something we wouldn't want to meet."
This is the most beautiful part.
The second part is if they have enough advanced technology to come to our planet.
If they reach our planet, then they are clearly more developed than we are and can dominate us.
But the ambition to come across other civilizations in our galaxy is very high, and scientists will probably not stop until they come across an alien.
"Humanity has, we contend, a compelling story to share and the desire to know of others - and now has the means to do so," said Dr. Jonathan Jiang of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, lead of the experiment.
There are other possibilities:
1. Other civilizations (if any) may be able to reach us very quickly, but it will take a long time for our message to travel, so by the time aliens find the message, we may no longer be on Earth.
2. They may not understand the message or care about it or start researching and finding out what mankind wants to pass on to them, but it will take time again.
We know this: If they receive the message, they can read it and reach us, they are much smarter and more developed than humanity, so we should be afraid of what is worse.
However, the chances of reaching alien civilizations through this message are slim.