Aliens Have Already Visited Earth, A NASA Expert Says

Christopher Davidson
December 7, 2018

In a research paper, released earlier this week, a NASA scientist suggested that aliens could have already visited earth but evaded detection due to their appearance. Colombano also suggested that extraterrestrials may have found out technology that human can not yet comprehend, such as making interstellar travel a possibility.

"The size of the explorer might be that of an extremely tiny super intelligent entity [far from how humans imagined them]", Colombano added.

However, that hasn't kept one NASA scientist from believing aliens already visited us here on Earth.

He argues that technology as we know it only began development approximately 10,000 years ago, with numerous fundamental scientific methodologies upon which our current understanding of the universe is based coming to light in the past 500 years or so.

Colombano encourages the scientific community to broaden its horizons when looking for aliens, postulating that the current human lifespan may no longer be a problem in the near future as technological advancements continue to dramatically improve both the quality and length of our lives, affording us a different perception of interstellar travel in the process.

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As Colombano points out, the technologies humans use to search for aliens, including radio waves, might not be up to the task of finding these space oddities.

He also thinks scientists focus too much on modern technology and this is why it might be hard to imagine technologies produced by aliens before us. "If we adopt a new set of assumptions about what forms of higher intelligence and technology we might find, some of those phenomena might fit specific hypotheses, and we could start some serious enquiry", he suggested.

Colombano, who holds a doctorate in biophysical sciences according to his LinkedIn page, also said that not every UFO sighting can be "explained or denied" and asked people to look through the "very large of amount of "noise" when it comes to reporting on the subject". In addition to being a computer scientist at NASA's Ames Research Center, he is also a professor.

The paper encourages NASA to have more of an open mind to "speculative physics... with some willingness to stretch possibilities as to the nature of space-time and energy"; to direct technologists to look at "how technology might evolve... and symbiosis of biology with machines"; to have sociologists prepare us for what to expect from more advanced societies; and to take UFO reports more seriously. "We should consider the UFO phenomenon worthy of study in the context of a system with very low signal to noise ratio, but nevertheless with the possibility of challenging some of our assumptions and pointing to new possibilities for communication and discovery".

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