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Harvard Astrophysicist Denies Idea Of Alien Spacecraft Reaching Earth Carrying ‘Biological Creatures’

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Renowned astrophysicist Avi Loeb disputed reports of alien sightings, citing the impracticality of biological creatures surviving interstellar travel.

He suggested that any potential alien craft would likely be driven by artificial intelligence.

NASA’s recent study also dismissed extraterrestrial origins for UFOs. (Trending: First Moon Mission In 50 Years Blasts Off)

Loeb urges the US government to be transparent about UFO evidence to aid scientific inquiry.

“It would take about a billion years to cross from one side of the Milky Way galaxy to the other,” Harvard astrophysicist Avi Loeb said. “Given that, I don’t think any spacecraft that would arrive to us from another star would carry biological creatures.”

“The NASA independent study team did not find any evidence that UAP have an extraterrestrial origin, but we don’t know what these UAP are,” NASA Administrator Bill Nelson said.

“They wouldn’t survive the journey being bombarded by very energetic particles in interstellar space for so long,” Loeb added.

“It’s more likely, if they are autonomous, they have an artificial brain, artificial intelligence. … We have already developed that on Earth, we haven’t launched it to space, but that would be the next step.”

“There is a possibility that AI will open up space travel both for manned and unmanned vehicles by reducing costs and increasing safety,” Bull Moose Project’s Ziven Havens said.

“The possibilities are truly endless, and that makes the future of AI more exciting.”

“The government monitors the sky for national security purposes,” Loeb said, “whereas scientists [and] astronomers, for example, look at small regions of the sky at very distant sources of light.”

“If something flies overhead, astronomers ignore it. If there is something over there, it’s the government that would be the first to notice it.”

“As a scientist, I respond to evidence,” Loeb said.

“That’s what we are waiting for: the government to disclose what it knows. … It’s really important for me because I’m trying to find the evidence myself, but the government can save me a lot of time.”

“Why should I spend decades of my life looking for something when the government already has it?”

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