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Are we alone?

By ShohanPublished 2 months ago 3 min read

Are we alone? Human beings have been searching for this answer arguably from the very beginning of our species. When science fiction came into its own as a genre around the turn of the 20th century, books about aliens and space exploration became an immediate genre staple. With the dawn of the Space Age in the 1950s, the urgency of the question of whether we are the only ones inhabiting this vast space only increased. The more we learn about our universe, the less we seem to know.IT IS the biggest question in the universe: are we alone? Philosophers have debated the question for millennia. When 16th-century Italian astronomer and Dominican friar Giordano Bruno declared that the cosmos contained “an infinity of worlds of the same kind as our

imagine a world that is consistent with the laws of physics,” write planetary scientists James Trefil and Michael Summers, “then there’s a good chance it exists somewhere in our galaxy.”

The universe is mostly dark and empty, but the few pockets that are populated by matter are full of planets. Interstellar space is littered with hard-to-spot rogue worlds, ejected early in their solar system’s history, and they may outnumber orbiting planets two to one.Today for the first time in human history they have entered into the realm of experimental science.

From the movements of a number of nearby stars we have now detected unseen companion bodies in orbit around them that are about as massive as large planets. From our knowledge of the processes by which life arose here on the earth we know that similar processes must be fairly common throughout the universe. 

You might be thinking “Why on earth would I read a movie novelization when I can just watch terrifying cosmic space horror?” And granted, you have a point. However, you might just want to give Alan Dean Foster’s novelizations of the Alien franchise films a read. This isn’t a fandom test, you’re not more or less an Alien fan if you read them, but often a movie’s novelization has more freedom to flesh out a universe that, on screen, suffers from time restraints and the sharp cut of the censor’s scalpel. That’s definitely the case with Foster’s Alien, as well as his three other novelizations for the franchise: Aliens, Alien3, and Alien

Some of great books of Alien for example,

1. Red Moon by Kim stanly Robinson

2. Before mars by Emma newman

3. Alien:Out of the Shadow by Tim lebbon

4. Alien:cold forgue by Alex white

If there are Aliens out there where are they?????

Alien-Looking Planet'': NASA Video Captures Stunning View Of Sahara Desert From Space

Stunning footage recorded by the Johnson Space Center of NASA revealed what the Sahara Desert looks like from space.In the video, the Sahara desert resembles the surface of Mars or Mercury, with large and small white patches visible on the light brown surface. Wonder of Science, which shared the video on X, described it as an ''alien-looking planet'' because of its unusual appearance.

''This alien-looking planet is the Earth seen from space as sandstorms and cumulonimbus clouds cover the Sahara Desert,'' the caption reads.

Alien life, if it exists could be as simple as bacteria or more complex than humans and there are optimal Strategies for searching for both.AI is now used in virtually all areas of science to help researchers with routine classification tasks. It’s also helping our team of radio astronomers broaden the search for extraterrestrial life, and results so far have been promising.

we created an algorithm that uses AI methods to classify signals as being either radio interference, or a genuine technosignature candidate. And our algorithm is performing better than we’d hoped.


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  • Test2 months ago

    The excellence of this writing stood out. I liked it immensely and found no faults. You're welcome! Wishing you a day full of unending smiles!

  • Alex H Mittelman 2 months ago

    I’m an alien robot from far away. Beep boop! Great work!

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