Что мы на самом деле знаем об инопланетянах, согласно науке

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Что мы на самом деле знаем об инопланетянах, согласно науке

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  1. ‘What we actually know’ meaning uninformed journalist gives his opinion on the subject he knows nothing about and is not willing to inform the readers in a proper way.

  2. The following submission statement was provided by /u/brad_crispin:

    From the [tweet](https://x.com/SafeAerospace/status/1728081844372201530?s=20):

    A source close to the negotiations tells us that the NDAA conference is wrapping up. The outcome of The UAP Disclosure Act is uncertain and key terms like the civilian review board are at risk. The time to contact Congress is NOW.

    We are sending letters to Senators Round and McConnell this morning expressing ASA’s support for The Disclosure Act and the civilian review board.If you support government transparency on UAP, it is critical that you call Senator Rounds and Senator McConnell now and ask them to support The UAP Disclosure Act and the civilian review board in conference.

    **What to say:**

    — “My name is ____.”

    — “I am calling to ask Senator ____ to support the UAP Disclosure Act.”

    — “I believe we need a civilian review board to oversee disclosure.”

    — Give a brief statement of support, such as: “I believe this is an important opportunity to restore trust with the public.”

    **Please remember:**

    — Be brief.

    — Be respectful.

    ☎️Senator Rounds: (202) 224-5842

    ☎️Senator McConnell: (202) 224-2541

    Please reply to OP’s comment here: https://old.reddit.com/r/UFOs/comments/182wccl/the_disclosure_act_is_in_trouble_call_congress_now/kakzzhg/

  3. I just read the article. It seemed unclear as to what the point of it was but I did have a mild issue with the way they were attempting to discredit Gruschs testimony. He is an intelligence officer who served in the position for 14 years. He conducted his investigation after being denied access to certain programs. Then he made the decision to take the whistleblower route because it was the only way to bring attention to the issue without compromising national security. Members of Congress on both sides of the aisle agreed this was whack and the UAP Disclosure Act of 2023 was created.

    Calling this “headline grabbing” and a “revamp of Roswell” to “annoy skeptics anew” is an attempt to discredit and minimize the situation at hand. It ticks me off a bit. This is irresponsible journalism. For an article titled “what we really know” or whatever, it seems the author doesn’t really know much and it’s just trying to write the subject off as a fun pastime for a bunch of loonies.

    “Oh poor silly people who don’t have tangible evidence from NASA telescopes- they are so dumb” would have been more honest.

    Additionally, everyone and their mother should care about a government program being funded by tax dollars that Congress doesn’t have access to. It’s wrong. Aliens or not.

  4. **From Joel Achenbach:**

    GREEN BANK, W.Va. — It came from space, hurtling at tremendous speed: a mystery object, reddish, rocky, shaped like a cigar. Its velocity was so extreme it had to have come from somewhere far away, in the interstellar realm. The astronomers in Hawaii who spotted it in 2017 named it ‘Oumuamua, Hawaiian for “a messenger from afar arriving first.”

    But what was it, exactly? A comet? An asteroid?

    Or maybe … [an alien spacecraft](https://arxiv.org/pdf/1810.11490.pdf)?

    That conjecture incited headlines, as well as eyerolls from most scientists. But here in West Virginia, the people involved in the search for extraterrestrial intelligence — commonly called SETI — decided to aim a giant radio telescope at it, just to be sure.

    Aliens are having a moment. Fascination with the concept of extraterrestrial visitors isn’t new, but it has enjoyed a 21st-century efflorescence. Military pilots have seen things that look otherworldly. The Pentagon has established an office to look into the sightings. Congress has held hearings. Even NASA got into the game, training the cool logic of science onto a scorching-hot cultural topic.

    Somewhere along the line, UFOs got rebranded. Unidentified flying objects are now, per government edict, unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAPs).

    For SETI researchers, the hypothetical existence of aliens is foundational. Nestled in the remote mountain town of Green Bank, the National Radio Astronomy Observatory has a role in one of the most ambitious SETI projects, called Breakthrough Listen. The project buys time on the towering Robert C. Byrd Green Bank Telescope, which has a steerable dish 300 feet in diameter. If there are aliens transmitting radio signals anywhere near us in the galaxy, that big dish is all ear.

    Confirming an alien radio signal would be possibly the most consequential and disruptive scientific discovery of all time. SETI scientists have no doubt that the search is worth the effort.

    “I think if we didn’t do that, and turned our back on our cosmological neighbors, that would be a sad thing for me,” David MacMahon, the chief scientist on Breakthrough Listen, said this fall during a visit to Green Bank.

    That’s why the Breakthrough Listen team pointed the big telescope at the mystery object ‘Oumuamua, listening for signs of intelligent life.

    “It was absolutely silent,” reports Matt Lebofsky, lead engineer on the project.

    Silence: That is all astronomers have heard since the first SETI search was conducted at Green Bank in 1960.

    Only a small fraction of our galaxy has been studied. Absence of evidence, as everyone knows, is not evidence of absence. Aliens may not consider radio waves to be a useful or dignified way to communicate. They could be pathologically shy. Or, at least with the kind of technology we have today, they could be just a little bit out of range.

    **Read the full story here, and skip the paywall with email registration:** [**https://www.washingtonpost.com/science/2023/11/25/aliens-uaps-scientific-evidence/?utm_campaign=wp_main&utm_medium=social&utm_source=reddit.com**](https://www.washingtonpost.com/science/2023/11/25/aliens-uaps-scientific-evidence/?utm_campaign=wp_main&utm_medium=social&utm_source=reddit.com)

  5. Well if the they found a alien signals from space we would not be on the list of people they would tell about it. Protocol was that if a signal is authenticated then seti etc. would first seek leadership from the UN. Now from what remember someone was introducing new guidelines for protocol but what they actually are is unknown at this time. The article was unclear but the message was that it would be serious if they did find one and be more precautionary. Yeah they won’t tell us a damn thing in my opinion.

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