Hacking group believes NASA will announce discovery of aliens

Hacking group believes NASA will announce discovery of aliens

Hacking group believes NASA will announce discovery of aliens

The famous hacker group known as Anonymous just released a video claiming that NASA discovered alien life, but the group didn't actually found new evidence to support that claim.

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"This was stated by the spokesman of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration during one of the last hearings of the Committee for Science, Space, and Technology of the United States".

"NASA says aliens are coming!" the group wrote on their website. NASA has also discovered that most stars have at least one planet. Even Russia's Sputnik News gave the rumor some credibility by speculating that the USA government might really have discovered life on other planets.

Anonymous quotes Dr. Thomas Zurbuchen, NASA's associate administrator for the Science Mission Directorate in Washington.

You read that right: Mankind is about to discover extraterrestrial life. This is what Zurbuchen said before Congress back in April.

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And even better tools are about to come online to aid in the search for aliens. He cited, among other things, the thousands of exoplanets spotted by the agency's Kepler space telescope.

NASA has spent a considerable amount of time and effort trying to find evidence of extraterrestrial life, and in some ways that search is paying off. The video that was shared widely prompting questions such as "are we alone in the world?" while the researchers are still carrying out the studies to uncover the truth, the findings could help answer the fundamental question.

For one, NASA representatives have never in the past illustrated their findings as concrete forms of evidence.

Taken together, this suggests there's a good chance that life of some kind exists elsewhere in the universe.

"For astrobiology, the key thing to remember is that answering the fundamental question of 'is there life out there?' will require scientific breakthroughs from many different science fields, including ones that are not now engaged in this exciting endeavour", Zurbuchen said.

There have been recent discoveries in our solar system and beyond that have raised the hopes of alien hunters who are just waiting to have the first contact with the alien life.

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