Wednesday, October 14, 2015

....And Oh, Yeah, Aliens: "The Most Mysterious Star in Our Galaxy - The Atlantic"

From the "Disclosure Will Be Incremental" stack:

Creepily, the same sentence about SETI pops-up word for word in the Daily Mail article on the same subject.
Creepy because it could be lazy writers, automated writers, or .....planted?
Probably laziness.




The Most Mysterious Star in Our Galaxy - The Atlantic:

"Astronomers have spotted a strange mess of objects whirling around a distant star. Scientists who search for extraterrestrial civilizations are scrambling to get a closer look.


SETI researchers have long suggested that we might be able to detect distant extraterrestrial civilizations, by looking for enormous technological artifacts orbiting other stars."



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