China Says They May Have Found Traces Of Alien Life -SlashGear June 15, 2022

I saw this recenly on SlashGear – China Says They May Have Found Traces Of Alien Life: Longer article.


Chinese authorities claim they may have discovered signs of alien life. This is not the first time a source close to the Chinese Government has said they may have evidence of life on other planets. In 2021, an unverified account allegedly belonging to the Chinese National Space Administration tweeted: “With great ceremony we announce the confirmation of intelligent life!” This, as you’d expect, surprised and confused many people who are trying to figure out what it means. Although the account was not verified, it was followed by other space agencies with verified accounts, including the U.K. Space Agency and U.S. Space Command.

The Galileo Project, which is a Harvard-led attempt by a group of scientists to actively seek out life beyond Earth, also launched the same year. The project uses a combination of research, artificial intelligence, and ground-based telescopes to “known physics to explain newly-observed physical objects.” The Galileo Project is not going to comb through previous evidence of alien interaction, but several different agencies are already doing that. In June 2021, the US Government’s Office of the Director of National Intelligence announced a task force designed to comb through previous evidence of UFOs.


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