For many people, the most exciting goal is the search for extraterrestrial life. The recent discovery of three life-friendly planets outside our solar system has rekindled discussion of whether intelligent life is unique to Earth. FAST’s sensitivity will be capable of detecting exoplanets like these in ways that other telescopes cannot. “FAST’s potential to discover an alien civilization will be five to 10 (times) that of current equipment, as it can see farther and darker planets,” Peng Bo, director of the NAO Radio Astronomy Technology Laboratory, told Xinhua. Read more
Read more on MSN.com Interestingly, in another article about human evolutionary change, it’ s mentioned that in the last few thousand years, the human genome also changed by 7%, which is at a rate roughly 100 times higher than any other period of human evolution. Read more on dailygalaxy.com RAMAR-NOTE: Something strange is going on here. Why are these evolutionrates so different? Does all biological live evolve at higher rates in the universe? Why is there this huge increase of evolutionrate since only a few thousand years ago in humanity? Could this mean that (our) dna was originaly created or manipulated in zero gravity? What happened a few thousand years ago that accelerated human evolution by a factor of 100 compared to all previous generations?Scott and Mark Kelly are twins and both work at NASA. They are part of an experiment to test the influence of space-travel on the human mind and body. Scott Kelly was onboard the ISS (International Space Station) for one year and after his return, scientists found something very unusual. His DNA was not the same at all anymore but has changed by an astonishing 7%. Many researchers are now analyzing this anomaly in great detail and NASA will release a summary-paper sometime this spring.
In May 2017, Professor Jason Thomas Wright from the stateuniversity of Pennsylvania, published a groundbreaking new scientific paper. In his paper, Prof. Wright basicaly confirms Erich von Dänikens Theories. It’ s clear that more and more scientists change fronts and support the theories of extraterrestrial cultures and interaction with ancient humanity. Read more on phys.org Scientific paper by Prof. Jason Thomas Wright as PDF on arxiv.org
reported anomalous spectral features (234 stars out of 2.5 million with unusual light emissions observed by the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS)) in solar type stars. The Berkeley SETI Research Center (BSRC) team has added several stars from the Borra and Trottier sample to the Breakthrough Listen observing queue on the 2.4-meter Automated Planet Finder (APF) optical telescope. The capabilities of the APF spectrograph are well matched to those of the original detection, and these independent follow-up observations will enable us to verify or refute the reported detections. they look forward to consulting with Professor Borra and his team on these observations, as well as additional follow up investigations using other data sources. Read moreBreakthrough Listen at UC Berkeley will conduct follow up observations of