Date: 9 months ago   Category: Science

Aliens can be behind vagrant stars - the scientist


The astrophysicist believes that representatives of other reasonable civilizations ispolzvut special technology - Dyson's sphere. The scientist Dan Hooper has put forward the new theory for search of extraterrestrial life. According to him, the moved stars can indicate a trace of aliens. Writes TNW about it. He has said that the technology under the name "Dyson's sphere" can be used by reasonable civilizations in the Universe already today. Instead of exhausting resources from other planets (in far prospect) as we did it with Earth, the technology will help to turn a star into "power plant". It, in turn, will allow on full to involve its energy potential. The scientist considers that through tens of millions of years this technology will become guarantee of survival of mankind. Aliens, according to him, equipped Dyson's spheres with huge engines to move power sources to the right places of the galaxy. As a result, the moved stars can mean existence of alien life there. Earlier it was reported that in Network has caused video controversy with "newcomers". Strange fires have been removed over the American city. News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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