A new report from the U.S. National Academics of Sciences has announced they are going back to their gravity wave hunting ways. Now, NASA hopes to finish what it started and receive alien messages in space.
NASA USES LASERS TO FIND ALIEN MESSAGES
Despite making progress in years past, NASA stopped their laser antenna operation. Now, the committee is saying the agency should get back on it. Originally, they used the experiment to hunt gravity waves even bigger than black holes. This is done by sending lasers between three spacecraft arranged in a triangle. It seems like something out of Stargate but the space agency was just about there. However, in 2011, the government cut funding for mysterious reasons and halting their progress. The laser technology is making a big comeback though which puts alien messages back in the forefront of reality.
ASTRONOMER SAYS NASA CAN TALK TO ALIEN LIFE WITH GRAVITY WAVES
According to astronomer Seth Shostak, we can use gravity waves to contact aliens. Others think that radio signals or laser flashes are a bad approach to hunting down E.T. However, Shostak is convinced NASA has the technology. Gravity waves can travel far throughout space and without any interruption. Furthermore, you don’t even have to aim the gravity waves in any direction. Just send them out and off they go. Shostak also goes on to say that even if we don’t find an alien with gravity waves, they make for a great method of space exploration.
NASA TO USE ALIEN TECHNOLOGY TO EXPLORE DEEP SPACE
We don’t yet know whether gravity waves are the first method of choice for aliens. However, regardless of that, the space agency can use this power to study space in an entirely new way. With this technology, it’s possible to study the earliest history of space and answer our deepest question: how did we get here? In the past, gravity waves and science fiction went hand in hand. However, now it’s becoming a reality, and that is exciting for us all. So start thinking about what you’re going to ask aliens someday. Do they like pizza, the Beatles and Pokemon Go? Well, hopefully, they are better questions than that but you get the point.