Aliens Do Exist But Do Not Want Contact Says Director Of Astronomy

Aliens just don't want anything to do with humans.

Dmitry Bisikalo, director of the Astronomy - Institute at the Russian Academy of Sciences said he admits the existence of many extraterrestrial civilizations outside the Solar System, noting that aliens simply "do not want to contact."

Aliens just don't want anything to do with humans.

"I admit the existence of intelligent extraterrestrial civilizations. After all, if our civilization exists, by analogy there may be others, and probably many of them, "Bisikalo told

According to him, the American astronomer and astrophysicist, Frank Drake, in 1960, developed a formula allowing to calculate the number of extraterrestrial civilizations with which we could contact. "According to this formula, there are countless of them," he said.

Bisikalo noted that humanity has not yet found evidence of extraterrestrial existence, because the aliens "do not want to contact".

The second reason is because of a possible short life span of civilisation, explained by natural disasters, melting glaciers, pollution, climate and also a Third World War.

First TV signal was probably picked up by Aliens.

For example, until the beginning of the twentieth century, our civilisation did not radiate anything. Now Earth is full of electronic signals at different intervals, but the overall trend is to reduce losses and consequently lower signal levels, he said.

The director of the institute added that the rationale for the existence of other civilisations turned into a practical experimental plan after the discovery of the exoplanets. He stressed that now one of the main tasks is to identify and search for possible biomarkers in space - evidence of the existence of life.

These biological markers are oxygen, ozone, methane, but their presence on the exoplanet does not guarantee the existence of life, he said. "It is important to note that many biomarkers appear in the ultraviolet region of the spectrum, which will be studied by the Spektr-UF space observatory, which will be launched into orbit in 2024. Probably with your help we will see something really interesting," Bisikalo concluded.

Source Sputnik News.
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